Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

The Switch debut of Nintendo's flagship fighting game series brings together every character from the series' history, bringing the roster to over 70 fighters.


Everyone is here!
Everyone is here!

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (known in Japan as Dairantou Smash Brothers SPECIAL, loosely translated to "Great Melee Smash Brothers Special") is a 2.5D crossover platformer-fighting game developed by both Bandai Namco and Sora and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Switch worldwide on December 7, 2018.

The fifth installment of the Super Smash Bros. series (and the sequel to Super Smash Bros. for Wii U / Nintendo 3DS), Ultimate features the largest roster to date (including all characters and stages from all previous games in the series), with over 100 stages (and their Omega and new Battlefield variants) playable and over 800 songs in its soundtrack.

The game includes numerous gameplay and aesthetic changes (including updated UI, the ability to disable stage hazards, music tracks being organized by series rather than by stage, and an optional Final Smash meter that fills over time), along with new bonus game modes, a new single-player campaign mode (with the new "Spirits" system), and updated online matchmaking. The Character Customization feature of the previous game has been removed (with the exception of Mii Fighters, who now have a more limited version of the feature).

This game's version of Adventure Mode, also called "World of Light", involves a mysterious being named Galeem using the power of the Master Hand to consume the universe and rebuild it under its image (the "World of Light"). Other than the sole survivor (Kirby), all of the universe's inhabitants have been turned into "Spirits", who have been forced to puppet clones of the universe's strongest fighters (who have been put on stasis).


The unlocked roster (excluding DLC).
The unlocked roster (excluding DLC).

The game's base roster includes 72 playable characters (76 if counting all three Pokémon Trainer characters and all three Mii Fighter variants as separate characters). More will be added as downloadable content.

All playable characters from the series' history have returned, with Charizard reverted to being part of Pokémon Trainer. In addition, the game includes new characters (including some from Konami's Castlevania series and Atlus's Persona series) and a new classification of characters: Echo Fighters. Building upon the "clone character" concept from previous games, Echo Fighters have most of the same moves and properties as other characters (for example, Dark Pit is now classified as an Echo Fighter to Pit).

Unlike previous games of the series, Ultimate has most of the characters locked from the start (with the original 8 unlocked). Players can unlock new characters by either playing VS. matches, by clearing Classic Mode with other characters, or by encountering them in Adventure Mode. Mii Fighters are unique in that they are only unlocked by creating them in the Create Mii Fighters mode.

New Additions

Fighters Pass

Fighters Pass Vol. 2

Other DLC

  • Piranha Plant (Mario) - Known as Packun Flower in the Japanese version. Added on January 29, 2019. Free to those who registered their copy of the game before January 31, 2019.

Returning Characters

Unplayable Bosses

Similar to the bosses from previous games, players cannot defeat these bosses by knocking them off the stage. Instead, they must defeat them by depleting their Stamina.

DLC Mii Fighter Costumes




All Types (Headgear)

Game Modes

The menu shown when the game begins.
The menu shown when the game begins.

Mechanically, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is very similar to previous entries. Players fight with a variety of basic and special moves in order to build up the opponent's damage and send them off the screen. Final Smashes return as each character's most devastating attack. Some have been modified to be more cinematic and quicker. Instead of using the Smash Ball item, players can opt for weaker Final Smashes that charge over time.


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The standard, traditional game mode. Up to eight players can fight together in free-for-all battles or on teams with a suite of options for rule customization.

When playing this mode, players now select their preferred ruleset, then the stage, and finally their characters.

Special Smash

Players fight with special modifiers to their fighters.


Up to 32 players compete in a tournament bracket automatically created by the game.

Squad Strike

A 5-on-5 or 3-on-3 showdown. Players use consecutive fighters in an elimination style mode. When one fighter is KO'd, the next one takes its place.


Each fighter can only be used once before they are no longer selectable for future battles.


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The original single-player mode. Each character has a set, themed sequence of fights leading to the boss, unlike previous entries where Classic Mode was randomized and always ended with a battle against Master Hand.

Rulesets are also variable between characters- for example, Ryu's classic mode features only 1-on-1 stamina matches to evoke the Street Fighter series.

Mob Smash

The incarnation of Multi-Man Smash from past games. This is also where the All-Star Mode of this game lies - all currently available fighters will spawn endlessly.


An improved version of the training mode that now shows more technical data for moves.


In-game achievements that offer various rewards on completion.


Spirits each give special effects during gameplay.
Spirits each give special effects during gameplay.

Spirits mode takes aspects of trophies, custom moves, events and stickers from past games. Hundreds of spirits representing characters from Nintendo games (and the third-party franchises) can be collected and used to boost the abilities of fighters. Spirits have rarity levels, and can give additional buffs when equipped. They can also be leveled up, combined, and sent on expeditions.

To earn a spirit, players fight a match that is intended to invoke some aspects of the spirit's personality. This can include COM behavior, items, and other special effects. For example, the Guts Man spirit pits the player against a giant Mega Man who uses throw moves often.

Spirits can also be used in battles with other players.

Adventure Mode - World of Light

Introduction to World of Light
Introduction to World of Light

While Ultimate's adventure mode has much less story than Brawl's Subspace Emissary, it still has some context as to why everyone became spirits. A godlike being, using an army of Master Hands, attacks the world. The smash fighters are unable to stop it, and they, along with the rest of the universe, lose their physical forms and become spirits. Only Kirby manages to escape, and finds himself in a new world where the other fighters have once again been corrupted.

In the game mode, players travel through several overworld maps fighting battles to reclaim spirits. Those spirits can be used to progress and explore more of the map. When a player wins a battle against a puppet fighter, that fighter is unlocked and joins the team. The mode goes through several locales, including outer space.

Online Play

The simplified online menu
The simplified online menu

Online battles return with some notable changes. Matchmaking is no longer separated into "For Fun" and "For Glory" modes. Instead, players select their preferred rules for matches. The game will attempt to match players with similar settings. Matchmaking is also determined in part by Global Smash Power, a number representing how good the player is.

Once a player has a high enough Global Smash Power, they can play Elite Smash, a place where the best of the best can fight. The results of these battles will impact balance changes to the game made in the future.

Players can also make online tags, and earn the tags of opponents they beat. Other options include spectating matches, forming a two-player team, and creating online lobbies where they can set the rules and play with friends.


Final Destination's newest incarnation
Final Destination's newest incarnation

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate contains 103 stages from gaming history, most of them returning from previous games. Each stage can be reconfigured into layouts resembling Final Destination and Battlefield, for close to 300 possibilities overall. Even Masahiro Sakurai admitted "we must be crazy" to include so many stages.

For stages from the original Super Smash Bros., the team wanted to preserve the feeling of nostalgic 64-bit visuals and sound. For all other stages, the environments have been vastly overhauled for modern graphics and lighting.

Stages are also listed in the order they first appeared in the series. However, in a series first, every stage is unlocked from the beginning, and each supports up to eight player battles. Players can also activate a Stage Morph feature, where any two stages can transition between each other.

Each DLC character (other than Piranha Plant) comes bundled with an additional stage and accompanying music.

New Stages

Stage NameOrigin
BattlefieldSuper Smash Bros. Ultimate
Big BattlefieldSuper Smash Bros. Ultimate
Small BattlefieldSuper Smash Bros. Ultimate
Final DestinationSuper Smash Bros. Ultimate
New Donk City HallSuper Mario Odyssey
Great Plateau TowerThe Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Moray TowersSplatoon
Dracula's CastleCastlevania
MementosPersona 5
Yggdrasil's AltarDragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age
Spiral MountainBanjo-Kazooie
King of Fighters StadiumFatal Fury
Garreg Mach MonasteryFire Emblem: Three Houses
Spring StadiumARMS
Minecraft WorldMinecraft
Northern CaveFinal Fantasy VII
Cloud Sea of AlrestXenoblade Chronicles 2
Mishima DojoTekken 7
Hollow BastionKingdom Hearts
Stage NameOrigin
Peach's CastleSuper Mario 64
Kongo JungleDonkey Kong Country
Hyrule CastleThe Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
Super Happy TreeYoshi's Story
Saffron CityPokémon Red/Blue
Dream LandKirby's Dream Land
Mushroom KingdomSuper Mario Bros.

Super Smash Bros. Melee

Stage NameOrigin
Princess Peach's CastleSuper Mario 64
Rainbow CruiseSuper Mario 64
Kongo FallsDonkey Kong Country
Jungle JapesDonkey Kong 64
Great BayThe Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
TempleZelda II: The Adventure of Link
Yoshi's Island (Melee)Super Mario World
Yoshi's StoryYoshi's Story
Fountain of DreamsKirby's Adventure
Green GreensKirby's Dream Land
CorneriaStar Fox 64
VenomStar Fox 64
Pokémon StadiumPokémon
Mushroom Kingdom IISuper Mario Bros. 2
Brinstar DepthsMetroid
Big BlueF-Zero

Super Smash Bros. Brawl

Stage NameOrigin
Delfino PlazaSuper Mario Sunshine
Mushroomy KingdomSuper Mario Bros.
Figure-8 CircuitMario Kart DS
WarioWare, Inc.WarioWare
Bridge of EldinThe Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
Frigate OrpheonMetroid Prime
Yoshi's IslandSuper Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island
HalberdKirby Super Star
Lylat CruiseStar Fox Assault
Pokémon Stadium 2Pokémon
Port Town Aero DiveF-Zero GX
Castle SeigeFire Emblem
Distant PlanetPikmin
SmashvilleAnimal Crossing: Wild World
New Pork CityMother 3
SummitIce Climber
SkyworldKid Icarus
Shadow Moses IslandMetal Gear Solid
Luigi's MansionLuigi's Mansion
Pirate ShipThe Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker
Spear PillarPokémon Diamond/Pearl
75 mDonkey Kong
Mario Bros.Mario Bros.
Green Hill ZoneSonic the Hedgehog

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U

Stage NameOrigin
3D LandSuper Mario 3D Land
Golden PlainsNew Super Mario Bros. 2
Paper MarioPaper Mario: Sticker Star/Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door
Gerudo ValleyThe Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
Spirit TrainThe Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks
Dream Land GBKirby's Dream Land
Unova Pokémon LeaguePokémon Black/White
Prism TowerPokémon X/Y
Mute City SNESF-Zero
Arena FeroxFire Emblem Awakening
Reset Bomb ForestKid Icarus Uprising
Tortimer IslandAnimal Crossing: New Leaf
Balloon FightBalloon Fight
Living RoomNintendogs
Find MiiFind Mii
Tomodachi LifeTomodachi Life
Pictochat 2Pictochat
Mushroom Kingdom UNew Super Mario Bros. U
Mario GalaxySuper Mario Galaxy
Mario CircuitMario Kart 8
SkyloftThe Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
The Great Cave OffensiveKirby Super Star
Kalos Pokémon LeaguePokémon X/Y
ColiseumFire Emblem
Flat Zone XGame & Watch
Palutena's TempleKid Icarus Uprising
GamerGame & Wario
Garden of HopePikmin 3
Town and CityAnimal Crossing: City Folk
Wii Fit StudioWii Fit
Boxing RingPunch-Out
Gaur PlainXenoblade Chronicles
Duck HuntDuck Hunt
Wrecking CrewWrecking Crew
PilotwingsPilotwings/Pilotwings Resort
Wuhu IslandWii Sports Resort
Windy Hill ZoneSonic Lost World
Wily CastleMega Man 2
Super Mario MakerSuper Mario Maker
Suzaku CastleStreet Fighter II
MidgarFinal Fantasy VII
Umbra Clock TowerBayonetta


The Super Smash Bros. series is known for its chaotic items which can change the flow of matches, and Ultimate is no exception. Ultimate also sees the return of Assist Trophies and Poké balls, items that summon another character to aid the player who used it. The roster of possible characters has also grown from past games, with 55 Pokémon and 59 Assist Trophies. Assist Trophies can now be KO'd, which adds a point to the score of the player who did so. As always, these items and the many others in the game can be turned off at will.

Assist Trophies

AkiraVirtua Fighter
AndrossStar Fox
Arcade BunnyNintendo Badge Arcade
Black KnightFire Emblem
Burrowing SnagretPikmin
Chain ChompSuper Mario
Chef KawasakiKirby
Color TV-Game 15Color TV-Game
DevilDevil World
DillonDillon's Rolling Western
Dr. KawashimaBrain Age
Dr. WrightSimCity
Flies & HandMario Paint
GhirahimThe Legend of Zelda
Gray FoxMetal Gear
GuileStreet Fighter
Hammer BroSuper Mario
IsaacGolden Sun
Kapp'nAnimal Crossing
Knuckle JoeKirby
KnucklesSonic the Hedgehog
KlaptrapDonkey Kong
KrystalStar Fox
LynFire Emblem
MidnaThe Legend of Zelda
MoonThe Legend of Zelda
Mother BrainMetroid
PhosphoraKid Icarus
Prince of SabléKaeru no Tame ni Kane wa Naru
RathalosMonster Hunter
RikiXenoblade Chronicles
Samurai GorohF-Zero
ShadowSonic the Hedgehog
Shovel KnightShovel Knight
Skull KidThe Legend of Zelda
Spring ManARMS
SukaponJoy Mecha Fight
Squid SistersSplatoon
TakamaruThe Mysterious Murasame Castle
ThwompSuper Mario
TikiFire Emblem
VinceArt Academy
WaluigiSuper Mario
Wily CapsuleMega Man
Yuri KozukataFatal Frame
ZeroMega Man


Super Smash Bros. Ultimate makes history with over 800 music tracks (around 28 hours) available to listen while playing the game. The My Music function returns, allowing players to adjust how often individual songs play on each stage. In past games, each stage had its own exclusive group of songs. In Ultimate, however, a stage can play any track from its own franchise.

The game also contains a sort of music player for the songs in game. Music can be organized into custom playlists. Players can then listen to music with earbuds when the Switch is in sleep mode. Despite the astronomical amount of music in Ultimate, Sakurai remarked that compression technology has advanced so that music only takes up a fourth of the space it did in the previous game.

Notably, the music staff was given nearly free reign to arrange whatever franchises they chose. As a result, Castlevania and Mega Man have many new songs, while franchises like WarioWare and Bayonetta were not so lucky. Final Fantasy's music is still limited to two songs ripped from Final Fantasy VII, likely due to rights complications.

Additional music is included in the DLC packs.

New Original Music

  • Lifelight (JP)
  • Lifelight
  • Menu
  • Battlefield
  • Final Destination
  • Mob Smash
  • Classic Mode: Mural
  • Classic Mode: Defeat
  • Classic Mode: Final Results
  • Classic Mode: Bonus Stage
  • Master Hand
  • Crazy Hand
  • Master Hand / Crazy Hand
  • The Light Realm: Prologue
  • The Light Realm: March
  • The Light Realm: Base
  • The Dark Realm
  • The Dark Realm: Mysterious Space
  • The Final Battle
  • The Final Battle: After the Transformation
  • Galeem
  • Dharkon
  • Galeem / Dharkon
  • Main Theme Piano Solo
  • Free the Spirit!
  • Spirits: Collection
  • Spirits: Inventory/Items
  • Tourney: Battle List
  • Tourney: Winner Announcement
  • Training
  • Vault
  • Shop
  • Practice Fights
  • Spectate

New Arrangements

Super Smash Bros. series:

Mario series:

Yoshi series:

Donkey Kong series:

The Legend of Zelda series

Metroid series:

Kirby series:

Pokémon series:

  • Battle! (Steven) - Pokémon Omega Ruby / Pokémon Alpha Sapphire
  • Battle! (Lorekeeper Zinnia) - Pokémon Omega Ruby / Pokémon Alpha Sapphire
  • Battle! (Wild Pokémon) - Pokémon Sun / Pokémon Moon
  • Battle! (Trainer) - Pokémon Sun / Pokémon Moon
  • Battle! (Island Kahuna) - Pokémon Sun / Pokémon Moon
  • Battle! (Gladion) - Pokémon Sun / Pokémon Moon
  • Battle! (Elite Four) / Battle! (Solgaleo / Lunala) - Pokémon Sun / Pokémon Moon
  • The Battle at the Summit! - Pokémon Sun / Pokémon Moon

F-Zero series:

  • Big Blue - F-Zero
  • Sand Ocean - F-Zero
  • Medley - F-Zero

Earthbound series:

Fire Emblem series:

Pikmin series:

Animal Crossing series:

Wii Fit series:

Xenoblade series:

  • Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Medley - Xenoblade Chronicles 2
  • Tiger! Tiger! - Xenoblade Chronicles 2
  • Counterattack - Xenoblade Chronicles 2

Splatoon series:

  • Splattack! - Splatoon
  • Seaskape - Splatoon
  • Now or Never! - Splatoon
  • Bomb Rush Blush - Splatoon

Metal Gear series:

Mega Man series:

  • Guts Man Stage - Mega Man
  • Ice Man Stage - Mega Man
  • Bomb Man Stage - Mega Man
  • Fire Man Stage - Mega Man
  • Metal Man Stage - Mega Man 2
  • Crash Man Stage - Mega Man 2
  • Flash Man Stage - Mega Man 2
  • Wood Man Stage - Mega Man 2
  • Hard Man Stage - Mega Man 3
  • Top Man Stage - Mega Man 3
  • Medley - Mega Man 4
  • Gravity Man Stage - Mega Man 5
  • Napalm Man Stage - Mega Man 5
  • Dark Man Stage - Mega Man 5
  • We're the Robots (Dr. Wily Stage 2) - Mega Man 9
  • Opening Stage - Mega Man X

Pac-Man series:

Street Fighter series:

Final Fantasy series:

Castlevania series:

Persona series:

Banjo-Kazooie series:

  • Main Theme - Banjo-Kazooie
  • Spiral Mountain - Banjo-Kazooie
  • Mumbo's Mountain - Banjo-Kazooie
  • Treasure Trove Cove - Banjo-Kazooie
  • Gobi's Valley - Banjo-Kazooie
  • Mad Monster Mansion - Banjo-Kazooie
  • Vs. Klungo - Banjo-Tooie

Fatal Fury series:


  • ARMS Grand Prix Official Theme Song
  • Ramen Bowl

Minecraft series

Tekken series

Other series:

New Additions

Mario series:

Mario Kart series:

  • Excitebike - Mario Kart 8
  • Dragon Driftway - Mario Kart 8
  • Ice Ice Outpost - Mario Kart 8

Donkey Kong series:

The Legend of Zelda series:

Metroid series:

Kirby series:

Star Fox series:

  • Corneria - Star Fox Zero
  • Sector Ω - Star Fox Zero
  • Return to Corneria - Star Fox Zero

F-Zero series:

  • Sand Ocean - F-Zero
  • Silence - F-Zero
  • Port Town - F-Zero
  • White Land - F-Zero
  • White Land II - F-Zero
  • Fire Field - F-Zero

Fire Emblem series:

  • Those Who Challenge Gods - Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia
  • March to Deliverance - Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia
  • Lord of a Dead Empire - Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia
  • The Scions' Dance in Purgatory - Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia
  • Fódlan Winds - Fire Emblem: Three Houses
  • Blue Skies and a Battle - Fire Emblem: Three Houses
  • Tearing Through Heaven - Fire Emblem: Three Houses
  • Chasing Daybreak - Fire Emblem: Three Houses
  • Between Heaven and Earth - Fire Emblem: Three Houses
  • Paths That Will Never Cross - Fire Emblem: Three Houses
  • The Apex of the World - Fire Emblem: Three Houses
  • The Edge of Dawn (Seasons of Warefare) (JP) - Fire Emblem: Three Houses
  • The Edge of Dawn (Seasons of Warefare) - Fire Emblem: Three Houses

Pikmin series:

  • The Keeper of the Lake - Hey! Pikmin
  • Fragment of Hope - Hey! Pikmin
  • Flashes of Fear - Hey! Pikmin
  • Over Wintry Mountains - Hey! Pikmin

Animal Crossing series:

Wii Fit series:

  • Advanced Step - Wii Fit
  • Yoga - Wii Fit

Xenoblade series:

  • Battle!! - Xenoblade Chronicles 2
  • Those Who Stand Against Our Path - Xenoblade Chronicles 2
  • Still, Move Forward! - Xenoblade Chronicles 2
  • Argentum - Xenoblade Chronicles 2
  • A Ship in a Stormy Sea - Xenoblade Chronicles 2
  • Exploration - Xenoblade Chronicles 2
  • Crossing Swords - Xenoblade Chronicles 2
  • Incoming! - Xenoblade Chronicles 2
  • Gormott - Xenoblade Chronicles 2
  • Death Match with Torna - Xenoblade Chronicles 2
  • You Will Recall Our Names - Xenoblade Chronicles 2
  • Driver Vs - Xenoblade Chronicles 2
  • Bringer of Chaos! Ultimate - Xenoblade Chronicles 2
  • Mor Ardain -Roaming the Wastes- - Xenoblade Chronicles 2
  • Praetor Amalthus -The Acting God- - Xenoblade Chronicles 2
  • Battle!!/Torna - Xenoblade Chronicles 2

Splatoon series:

  • Splattack! - Splatoon
  • Ink or Sink - Splatoon
  • Kraken Up - Splatoon
  • Metalopod - Splatoon
  • Split & Splat - Splatoon
  • Now or Never! - Splatoon
  • Now or Never! (Splatfest Version) - Splatoon
  • Ink Me Up - Splatoon
  • Octoweaponry - Splatoon
  • I Am Octavio - Splatoon
  • Calamari Inkantation - Splatoon
  • Now or Never! - Splatoon 2
  • Now or Never! (Splatfest Version) - Splatoon 2
  • Inkoming! - Splatoon 2
  • Rip Entry - Splatoon 2
  • Undertow - Splatoon 2
  • Don't Slip - Splatoon 2
  • Endolphin Surge - Splatoon 2
  • Ebb & Flow - Splatoon 2
  • Acid Hues - Splatoon 2
  • Muck Warfare - Splatoon 2
  • Deluge Dirge - Splatoon 2

Metal Gear series:

Sonic the Hedgehog series:

  • Lights, Camera, Action! (Studiopolis Zone Act 1) - Sonic Mania
  • Fist Bump - Sonic Forces
  • Sunset Heights - Sonic Forces

Mega Man series:

Street Fighter series:

All of the following have two versions: "Type A" (from Street Fighter II: The World Warrior and its CPS-1 Arcade variants) and "Type B" (from Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers and its CPS-2 Arcade variants). The Type A versions of "T. Hawk Stage", "Fei Long Stage", "Dee Jay Stage", and "Cammy Stage" are based on the CPS-1 versions in the console versions of Hyper Street Fighter II: The Anniversary Edition.

  • Player Select
  • E. Honda Stage
  • Chun-Li Stage
  • Blanka Stage
  • Zangief Stage
  • Guile Stage
  • Dhalsim Stage
  • Balrog Stage
  • Vega Stage
  • Sagat Stage
  • M. Bison Stage
  • T. Hawk Stage
  • Fei Long Stage
  • Dee Jay Stage
  • Cammy Stage

Final Fantasy series:

Castlevania series:

  • Dwelling of Doom - Castlevania II: Simon's Quest
  • Simon Belmont Theme - Super Castlevania IV
  • Jet Black Incursion - Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow
  • Hail from the Past - Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin
  • Jail of Jewel - Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin
  • Vampire Killer - Castlevania Judgment
  • Mad Forest - Castlevania Judgment
  • Dance of Illusions - Castlevania Judgment
  • Dracula's Castle - Castlevania Judgment
  • Simon Belmont's Theme - Akumajou Dracula: The Arcade
  • Black Night - Akumajou Dracula: The Arcade
  • Nothing to Lose - Castlevania: Harmony of Despair
  • Can't Wait Until Night - Castlevania: Harmony of Despair
  • Slash - Castlevania: Harmony of Despair
  • The Tragic Prince - Castlevania: Harmony of Despair
  • Ruined Castle Gallery - Castlevania: Harmony of Despair
  • Crash in the Dark Night - Castlevania: Harmony of Despair
  • Ripped Silence - Castlevania: Harmony of Despair
  • Twilight Stigmata - Castlevania: Harmony of Despair
  • Jet Black Wings - Castlevania: Harmony of Despair
  • Go! Getsu Fuma - Castlevania: Harmony of Despair

Persona series:

  • Battle Hymn of the Soul - Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3
  • Mass Destruction - Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3
  • Reach Out To The Truth - Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4
  • Time To Make History - Persona 4 Golden
  • Last Surprise - Persona 5
  • Our Beginning - Persona 5
  • Rivers In The Desert - Persona 5
  • Wake Up, Get Up, Get Out There - Persona 5

Dragon Quest series:

Banjo-Kazooie series

Fatal Fury series


  • Spring Stadium
  • Ribbon Ring
  • Ninja College
  • Mausoleum
  • Scrapyard
  • Cinema Deux
  • Buster Beach
  • Snake Park
  • DNA Lab
  • Sky Arena
  • Via Dolce
  • Temple Grounds
  • Sparring Ring
  • Vs. Hedlok
  • ARMS Grand Prix Final Battle

Minecraft series

Tekken series

Kingdom Hearts series:

Other series:

Removed from Previous Installment