Nintendo had a ton of game announcements with Fortnite for Switch, Super Mario Party, Dragon Ball Fighter Z, and Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna, but none were bigger than the announcement of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
With nearly ever character in the Nintendo universe entering the ring, it's only fitting for company's booth at E3 2018 to be a celebration of those characters -- which is why they built made real props out of the character's clothing, items and weapons!
Oh this? Just the sword of evil's bane, that's all.
It's not a Super Smash Bros. game without a sandbag to beat up on.
If you want to learn to fly an Arwing, you're going to need one of these.
Oh, you're not learning to fly an Arwing? Okay. You'll need this.
Dress like a princess.
It downloads maps. It detonates bombs. It's the iPad of the kingdom of Hyrule!
Captain Falcon: safety first.
DeDeDe's mallet looks awesome in person -- sadly, this model does not have a built-in rocket booster.
A closer look at the can Duck Hunt keeps throwing at you.
Shulk's Monado looks kind of heavy in person.
If only it wasn't under glass...
There's nothing like grabbing a Smash Hammer and clearing the stage!
Cappy? Is that you?
Second only to the Master Sword.
Want to dress like a witch? You just need to get your hands on this kit: Bayonetta's glasses, earrings, boots, necklace and bracelets.
Don't forget to accessorize.
They're not guns -- they're boot accessories. Okay, okay, they're also guns.
An essential tool for any squid kid looking to win a Splatoon 2 Turf-War: The Splattershot.