Honestly I didn't expect them to release a DLC fighter trailer at The Game Awards because at this point in time they simply can't have any gameplay ready for unannounced characters. But then I remember the reveal trailer for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate didn't have gameplay either.
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You never saw it coming.
High-profile car maker now rocket-powered.
Oh wow, that's also on the Switch.
You are going down. Hard.
The first world premiere of the night, on Nintendo Switch.
Time to tame the wild.
A fox trying to find her missing family, and a son reconnecting with his father in Alaska.
To this day, aside for marketing purposes of the time, I don't understand why she is in the car.
There is no glory in war, but a human striving for survival.
Everyone is invisible so you have to screencheat.
Over 70 different tournament rules.
I'm really not down with the outpour of violent Western games the Switch's success has attracted lately.
Though that's from the week before, I've just found Bandai Namco's Southeast Asia channel which has basically all the Japanese exclusive trailers with English subtitles.
Now also showcasing DLC characters.
I decided to show a dude from the series for a change.
How the tables have turned.
The Nifl family now reunited.
Unusually enough, the video was released first on Nintendo's channel before it launched on those of SNK and NIS America.