It is 2016, and the Year of Luigi still hasn’t ended.
I still can’t believe that all of these characters are in the same game.
Nintendo thought it was a good idea to add Platinum’s M-rated action heroine to the Super Smash Bros. roster. I agree with this decision. In fact, I think she should be in every game. Let’s put her there!
Just look at him. Where’s the sportsmanship, bro?
Today, we saw the last Smash Bros. focused Nintendo Direct broadcast. At the end, Smash Bros. designer Masahiro Sakurai gave a great shout-out to all the folks who love and play his game.
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.
Meet Corrin. The protagonist of Fire Emblem Fates will be joining the cast of Smash Bros.
The hype for tonight’s Smash Bros. presentation, possibly the game’s final Nintendo Direct, is real. So real, people are trying to avoid spoilers for what’s basically a marketing video. It initially struck me as odd, but as someone who’s avoiding spoilers for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, maybe it shouldn’t.
Tomorrow is the final Nintendo Direct focusing entirely on Smash Bros. You know what that means, right? An avalanche of fake leaks! Hooray.
The sudden end to Project M’s development yesterday has turned the Super Smash Bros. community on its head. No one’s quite sure what the next step should be, resulting in a lot of conspiracy theories, yelling, and confusion.
The controversial Project M, a fan effort to make Super Smash Bros. Brawl more like Super Smash Bros. Melee, has ceased development after six years. The developers are reportedly turning their focus to a mysterious “new venture.”
Star Super Smash Bros. player Juan “Hungrybox” Debiedma won first place in the fighting game’s Dreamhack tournament this weekend, making him the first American Smash pro to do so on European soil. The post-game interview he gave immediately after winning quickly turned personal.
Nothing beats the adrenaline high of watching a close call in a competitive match—and that’s especially true with Smash Bros., a chaotic game where unexpected things happen all the time.
Final Fantasy VII’s Cloud being announced for Super Smash Bros. got me thinking—what other games could benefit from the addition of stoic little Clouds? That’s right, this week you’re all the evil anti-Bob Ross.