Smash itself it just a fighting game that's just different from the others. I am not a fan, But holy shit the community, when it comes up in my twitter feed, is hot garbage. I see the appeal but it is what it is, A fighting game that swaps damage from health with a Nintendo cast and a bunch of 3rd party characters, stages and music. its laughable how easy smash fans will be fooled and can cause a fuck fest on Twitter. I've given up on wanting to buy smash now because it is not intresting, the community is to blame.I always like how these smash bros lolcows seem to think the series is a celebration of all things gaming, as opposed to what it actually is; a crossover party fighting game starring Nintendo's all-stars. And despite what Nintendo says otherwise, it has remained that way, just with the addition of third party guest fighters.
Hell, even most of those third party fighters have some kind of connection with Nintendo in some way. The only kind of exception to that nowadays is Joker, but even then, he has a couple of games on the 3DS and Switch.
I find it hilarious how like none of them know how Nintendo switch online works and the amount of legal copyright shit Sakurai and Nintendo have to go through. They just whine, and melee exiting I feel is a root of the problem since every damn smash game has to have the same everything to melee.
The smash and pokemon community have got to be the laughable communities in the Whole Nintendo scope.
most likely updating the bot because it was outdate? They have to finish work on the arms fighter first though, and will be slowed down thanks to the virusTime to bump this thread with actual content, because Ubisoft may have inadvertently leaked Rayman for Fighters Pass 2, as seen by this tweet
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Keep in mind that Ubisoft could have potentially changed this due to non-disclosure agreement.
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But regardless of whether or not this is even the case, expect a shit ton of salt from Smash Spergs over the potential (lack of) reveal