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Japanese Nintendo has uncovered a number of Nintendo trademark applications that cover a variety of different series.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey are now available on the hybrid console, while new Nintendo Switch games for the Kirby, Yoshi, Pokémon, and Metroid Prime franchises are coming soon. We may learn about it in a year or two, or even longer than that considering the gap between Super Smash Bros Brawl and the Wii U game, but even so, the Switch could definitely use a Super Smash Bros game.

In truth, these trademark applications could mean anything.

The trademark for Smash Bros. reveals no information on what the game could be, only showing off a logo for the game.

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The rumors about Super Smash Bros. for Switch emerged from January 2016, when the console still had the Nintendo NX codename.

A new Smash Bros. game could be in the works if new trademarks apparently from Nintendo of Japan are found to be legitimate, according to news site GoNintendo. That feels like the route Nintendo will ultimately opt to go - not only would the port be relatively light on resources, but it would also get the excellent Wii U release in front of more people.

Whatever the case may be, and whenever it arrives, Super Smash Bros. for the Nintendo Switch will surely further drive up sales for the already successful console. The Nintendo Switch has now been out for eight months, but there have still been no signs of the fighting game. Super Smash Bros could slot in nicely, so we'll keep an ear to the ground for more. Would you like to see a Super Smash Bros. on Nintendo Switch?