E3 2018 Attendees Will Need to Register to Play Super Smash Bros

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Nintendo will showcase other games at E3 2018, so registering a time slot to play Super Smash Bros. will maximize your time at the company's booth.

REDMOND, Wash., May 16, 2018 - Nintendo fans always generate a lot of enthusiasm for the E3 video game trade show in Los Angeles, and excitement for the E3 2018 debut of the Super Smash Bros. game for the Nintendo Switch system is already at a fever pitch. Nintendo said on Wednesday that it's offering reserved play slots to shorten the time people will spend waiting in line on the show floor. You can reserve a "for fun" ticket to play casual matches, or a "for glory" ticket that puts you in a more competitive match.

Given the timing of these events, it's fair to assume we'll be seeing a lot of this game at E3, which takes place on June 12th.

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Here's how it works: If you buy a ticket to E3 2018 by May 31 you'll get an email from the ESA-which organises E3-on June 5 with details on how you can reserve an electronic ticket to play. It's very important to register because Nintendo will not be allowing on-site registration. Whether you've played the game before, are somewhat familiar with Japanese myths, or diving in head-first, the breathtaking artistic expression is guaranteed to satisfy.

For more details about ticketing, visit https://e3.nintendo.com/attendee-faq for continuing updates.

All of Nintendo's other games at E3 will be available to demo on a first-come, first-served basis. No one is going to want to be left out of new Smash, that's for sure.

Nintendo is also encouraging people to bring their Nintendo Switch systems to the show with them.

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