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3、<p>Smash Bros. isn't complete without a GameCube controller in your hand, but don't fret - Nintendo's got you covered, and support for the devices is coming to the Switch.</p><p>You'll be able to use the existing GameCube controller converter released for the Wii U, which makes sense given that it runs off USB.</p><p>Of course, it'll also take up both your USB ports on your Switch dock, so keep that in mind if you want to play with the classic controller.</p><p>So if you've already got the hardware, you're good to go! All you'll need is a copy of Super Smash Bros Ultimate, which launches December 7th on the Switch.</p><p>Cast your mind back and you might remember the bite-sized RPG Postknight. Happy news - it's coming to mobile on February 9th.</p><p>Postknight re-imagines the role playing genre, sticking it into bite-sized chunks instead of lengthier campaigns in this delivery-driven adventure. As the title suggests, we play as a plucky Postknight - a knight charged and entrusted with difficult and dangerous deliveries - and venture through the kingdom of Kurestal.</p><p>What's lovely about the game is that it's accessible to everyone, whether you're a hardcore player, or just casual gamer. Even if you only have time to play the game for ten minutes on the bus, your little knight will continue delivering and reaping rewards, meaning the next time you launch the game you'll have a nice surprise waiting.</p><p>As mentioned on the Touch Arcade forums, Postknight is slated to launch on iOS and Android on the 9th February. From what I understand the game will be free-to-play with the use of IAPs.</p>