The ‘Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl’ official launch trailer is here

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Fighting game launched today

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Ludosity has released the official launch trailer for Nickelodeon All-Star controversy, featuring its full playable roster.

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Ahead of the launch of the four-player fighting game, the final trailer for Nickelodeon All-Star controversy Featured are released showcasing several of their arenas inspired by Nickelodeon TV shows.

Also featured is a plethora of brawlers who would be playable all-star controversy Fan-favorites include SpongeBob SquarePants, Patrick Starr, Sandy Chicks, Raptor, Michelangelo, Leonardo, and many more.

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The launch trailer showed these characters in action, briefly showing off each of their abilities and the various stages set. The end of the video also teased what’s to come for the fighting game, asking “Who’s next?”, hinting that even more classic characters may arrive after launch.

You can watch the official launch trailer below:

Nickelodeon All-Star controversy Launches today (October 5) for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch.

This weekend (October 2), Ludocity confirmed that Aang and Korra Avatar The Last Airbender And The Legend of Korra will be playable characters in all-star controversy.

Both avatars will be able to use their bending abilities including the water, earth, fire and air elements and each will have their own unique trick set.

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The developer has previously said he would like to see all-star controversy Be a Competitive Sport, with Ludosity CEO Joel Nystrom saying: “Nickelodeon is completely on board because the game is competitively viable”.

In the meantime, someone has recreated a Resident Evil Village fan game in the style of CastlevaniaComplete with 2D pixel art and animations.

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