Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Doesn't Ship With A Manual, So A Fan Made One For Everyone To Print

Nintendo games don’t ship with paper manuals any more. Bad news for anyone who likes to learn from their lap on the fly, but OharaLibrarianArtur is here with the perfect workaround: they made their own, and it looks just like the real thing.

While this may seem like a lot of work to go to for something so mundane, Smash isn’t like Mario. There’a a lot to learn here, and new players (or even foggy veterans) can find it really helpful to have the manual out with them while they’re playing so they can quickly flip through the parts they need to know.


From legal notices to fonts to layout, it really does look like something Nintendo made. There’s even a “NOTES” page!

If you just want to take a look at the manual, you can check it out here, but if you actually want to print it out, you can download a much better quality version here.


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