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People Are Putting Mai Shiranui In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

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Since Nintendo isn’t including King of Fighters character Mai Shiranui in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, fans have started adding Mai any way they can.

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As previously reported, director Masahiro Sakurai said Mai would not be added to the game because, as he explained, “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is for good boys and girls of many different ages.” Inevitable reactions followed.

As Automaton Media reports, players are naming their Mii Fighters after the missing Mai.

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Players are building Mai custom stages.

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Twitter user Crystalonaona shows off the most impressive Mai stage of all:

Originally from Texas, Ashcraft has called Osaka home since 2001. He has authored six books, including most recently, The Japanese Sake Bible.

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ScubaSteeeve
Scuba Steeeve

They could easily give her a new outfit that tones down her design just for Smash. Add a white undershirt and short leggings to her outfit, and boom.