High-profile Super Smash Bros. player Cristian “Hyuga” Medina lost his team and sponsorship Sunday at Evo 2016 after allegedly touching another player’s body while she slept.
Juan “Hungrybox” Debiedma has finally taken out top prize at EVO, winning 2016's Smash tournament after beating Sweden’s Adam “Armada” Lindgren in the Grand Final.
EVO 2016 is almost over, fighting game fans, but a lot can happen in the final moments, like a pixel-sliver win or tournament finals for Mortal Kombat X, Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3, Guild Gear Xrd: Revelator, Super Smash Bros. Melee and Street Fighter V.
It’s really quite something else. Slated for mobile, Pocket All-Stars Smash Bros. might sound like Smash Bros. How it plays, though, is totally different.
More than 30 animators brought in their unique styles for the Reanimation Project’s attempt to remake the beloved intro of Super Smash Bros. Melee.
Here’s Caleb, doing a stunning drum performance. And it’s not just random drumming. All the different hits are in sync with all the Smash Bros. moves. You can hear light cymbal hits for Fox’s short hop lasers, for example.
We ALL KNOW that Goku got robbed in that bullshit Smash Bros. poll from last year. But that’s OK. Modders have made everything right again.
Melee players have been complaining about Smash 4’s limited movement options for years, but now a whole new slew of techniques called “bidou” have been discovered to make Smash 4 a whole lot faster.
Fanart is a high form of flattery. Turning scenes from your favorite games into animated clips, each taking hours to days to weeks to finish, has to be the highest form.
It is 2016, and the Year of Luigi still hasn’t ended.
Twitch had a Smash Bros. competition with an unusual challenge as an extra addition. People had to sit on a couch-shaped mechanical bull which was controlled by Twitch chat. There’s no way something like this would end well.
I still can’t believe that all of these characters are in the same game.
Nintendo too skrong? Two Wii U games and a venerable Gamecube release are among the headlining games announced for the world’s biggest fighting game tournament. Along with Pokken Tournament, Smash Bros Wii U and Smash Melee, the 2016 Evo line-up will include Mortal Kombat X, Killer Instinct and Tekken 7 among others
Cloud and a bunch of Smash Bros. trophies. That’s one way to create a new gen Final Fantasy VII.
Just look at him. Where’s the sportsmanship, bro?
What happens when Square Enix and Final Fantasy legend Tetsuya Nomura sits down and draws some official Smash Bros. art? This happens.
The latest fighters for Super Smash Bros.—Bayonetta, Cloud, Corrin—are all getting amiibo sometime next year. The only amiibo I own is the one from Wii Fit, but I might be tempted by Bayonetta.
Cloud, the angsty star of Final Fantasy VII, will be available later today for Smash Bros., limit breaks and all. You can see his various moves and abilities in the above video.