If Sega Made a Smash Bros. Game, I Would Die a Happy Man

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A criticism levelled at Sony's upcoming PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale (aside from the name) is the fact that the brand is lacking in the star power of Nintendo's Smash Bros. series.

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Which it is, no question. Nobody can match Nintendo for the number of famous mascots it has under its wing. But if one company can come close, it's Sega, and while the publisher has let its characters play in series like Smash Bros. before, and has even made a wacky fighting game, it'd be a lot cooler to see it come up with its own entry in the genre.

So thank Chilean artists Maximiliano and Leonardo for this fantasy series, showing characters like Ulala, Kazuma, Axel and Billy Hatcher get their time in the ass-kicking sun.

SONIC and SEGA ALL STAR WARZONE [DeviantArt, via Destructoid]


Illustration for article titled If Sega Made a Smash Bros. Game, I Would Die a Happy Man
Illustration for article titled If Sega Made a Smash Bros. Game, I Would Die a Happy Man

DISCUSSION

Chad_Sexington
Chad_Sexington

the sony game lacks star power? unlike smash brothers? I mean with the exception of Mario, Luigi and Pikachu the rest are hardly house hold names...in fact most of them are only really known because of smash bros, like seriously how many people knew who captain falcon was before smash bros?

anyways, my point is smash bros characters (for the most part) are well known because of smash bros