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Smash Bros. Brawl User Online Service Ending

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When Nintendo's Wii fighting game Super Smash Bros. Brawl launched in 2008, it was touted for its user-generated stage designs and replay data. That service, sadly, will soon cease. From the game's official website:

As of June 30th, 2009, the current service that accepts user-generated snapshots, stage designs, and replay data will no longer be available. Please note, however, that we will continue to distribute such data after that date.

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An explanation as to why Nintendo decided to end this service was not provided.

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orionplaya
orionplaya

Nintendo is a joke when it comes to modern gaming. The only reason they are successful is because they found a niche market and ran away with it. You can churn out crap, but as long as people are buying. You're a successful company.

The only thing Nintendo is good at is innovation in controller design. Which just gets rip offed and made better. D-Pad, Shoulder Buttons, Analog stick, Rumble. Have all been stolen and improved upon by other companies. The latest is motion control. Which MS just demonstrated can be done much better without a wiimote. So thanks Nintendo. You're still good for something.