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Shine 2016 has been, without a doubt, one of the brightest tournaments Super Smash Bros. for Wii U has had this year, with some absolutely outstanding performances from players on all ends. The event has gone by in a flash, leaving us all more than a little dazzled, but what’s happened until now seems to be nothing compared to what’s brewing for today’s matches.
Source Gaming has published an interview with Pat Cashman, the announcer for Brawl! In it Mr. Cashman discusses auditioning for the role, and his unique approach to the role.
Welcome to the fourth installment of Super Smash Fighter! This week, we analyze the differences in projectiles and their uses in traditional fighters and Super Smash Bros. Melee!
Welcome to the second-edition of Comedy Corner, a new satirical segment here on Smashboards to be uploaded every Saturday morning. We hope you enjoy. You can read last weeks Comedy Corner here.
The competitive Super Smash Bros. for Wii U enterd a new phase of its innovation earlier this month when Panda Global and Smash.gg tournament organizer Bassem "Bear" Dahdouh introduced the "Road to Shine" series, where North American "online warriors" could duke it out for a chance to win a trip to this weekend's major tournament, Shine
This Sunday (August 28), Japan's top Super Smash Bros. Melee players will not only be competing for the gold at Master Hand 17 but also for an all-expenses-paid trip to The Big House 6. Here's what you need to know about Master Hand 17, including the stream info and player profiles.
Professional Super Smash Bros. Melee player William "TSM Leffen" Hjelte is considered to be one of the best players in the world. He is the only persone that has defeated the "Five Gods of Melee" (Joseph "C9 Mang0" Marquez, Juan "Liquid' Hungrybox" Debiedma, Kevin "EG PPMD" Naney, Adam "[A] Armada" Lindgren, and Jason "FOX MVG Mew2king" Zimmerman"), and with this, he has gained the nickname "Godslayer".
Smashboards is here with a new series - Interviews. From this point on, we’ll be releasing more and more video content alongside our standard spread of written ones.

Smashboards’ editor-in-chief, Justin “Popi” Banusing, recently had the chance to talk to Rich "Keitaro" King of Counter Logic Gaming over Skype for the first episode of the series. Talking about organizing tournaments, production values and commentator selection at events, Keitaro shared his thoughts about where Smash is now and where it might and should head...
It's Weekend Watchlist time!

This week we have two featured tournaments: Shine 2016, and Astra 2016. Will you go for some action in the states, or will you choose to watch the Latin American stars?
Some of the best talent from around the country will be competing at Shine 2016 from Friday the 26th to Sunday the 28th. Who knows what's in store? Players will be competing at their hardest ever in order to come off this month with some momentum for The Big House 6. For stream and schedule information read here.
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