Colour us all kinds of excited for this Nickelodeon take on the classic beat-em-up formula created by Nintendo.
The 'Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl' gets its first-look trailer, and it boasts a huge catalogue of familiar faces from the TV network.
When 'Super Smash Bros.' launched in 1999, little did we know what over 20 years later we'd still be playing the video game - albeit with a much heftier character roster and featuring some recruits from outside of the Nintendo universe.
Catering more towards the cartoon lovers out there, the newest game inspired by the Nintendo staple features plenty of out-there characters who will be punching their way to victory. The full character roster hasn't yet been revealed, but from the trailer, we can see 'SpongeBob SquarePants' characters Spongebob, Sandy Cheeks and Patrick Star; Leonardo and Michelangelo from 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles'; 'Rugrats' dinosaur Reptar; 'Ren & Stimpy' character Powdered Toast Man; Danny Phantom; Nigel Thornberry from 'The Wild Thornberrys'; Oblina from 'Aaahh!!! Real Monsters'; Helga from 'Hey Arnold!'; 'The Loud House' characters Lincoln Loud and Lucy Loud; and Zim from 'Invader Zim'.
With 14 characters already revealed, chances are there are plenty more on the horizon. With such a vast amount of TV shows which the creator can pull from, the possibilities are fairly endless.
There have to be the remaining two turtles from 'TMNT' at least, if not Splinter; Cosmo and Wanda from 'The Fairly OddParents'; as well as someone from 'Doug', 'Catdog', 'The Angry Beavers' and 'KaBlam!'.
This isn't the first time that we're seeing some of these Nickelodeon characters in a game of this style. The mix-reviewed 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Smash-Up' saw the four turtles brawl their way through their own game inspired by 'Smash Bros.' and featured April O'Neill, Shredder, and Casey Jones as playable characters.
'Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl' is being developed by Ludosity and Fair Play Labs and published by GameMill Entertainment. The game will be available on PlayStation 5, PlayStation PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch this autumn.