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The Super Smash Bros. Ultimate pause menu allows you to move the scene frame by frame.

The Super Smash Bros. Ultimate pause menu allows you to move the scene frame by frame.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, one of the most anticipated titles of the year, goes on sale this Friday, December 7.

However, although it’s still a few days away from release, some of the most interesting details are still emerging. On this occasion, we’ll talk about a curious fact from the pause menu.

As you all know, the pause menu of Super Smash Bros. allows us to enter into a kind of “repeat mode”, which makes it possible to observe each of the characters closely, move or delay the moments to observe the scene, etc..

In this case, it seems that Nintendo has gone further, as in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has added a new feature to this menu. Just by pressing the Z button, you can move the scene frame by frame. See for yourself:

 

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