Nintendo launched a Nintendo Direct presentation focusing on the upcoming Switch-game Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Among many other news, the company announced that Donkey Kong Country villain King K. Rool will be a playable character in the game – the hook's first appearance in the series.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is set to land on Nintendo Switch on December 7th. In addition to many other characters announced in Nintendo Direct, it will also have all the characters that have ever appeared throughout the series, giving it the very biggest role of any Smash Bros. game in history.  No caption given "src =" https://static.gamespot.com/uploads/original/1165/11653967/3423789-ss_1
Kong K. Rool made his first appearance in 1994 Super Nintendo game Donkey Kong Country. He is the head of a gang of crocodile enemies known as Kremlings, and one of his eyes is lively and waving. He is a pretty goofy villain, using tactics like pretending to be defeated to get a leg on the King crew. In Ultimate he will be able to throw his boomerang-like crown against opponents and use a cannonball cannonball .  Other new characters shown for the first time in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate includes Castlevania's Simon Belmont and Richter, who will be Simon's echo, which means he will control Simon. Also announced was Dark Samus, an echo character for Samus that first appeared in the Metroid Prime series.