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October 7–9 marks one of the largest tournaments ever for both Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. The Big House 6 will bring players from all over the world to Dearborn, MI for an incredible weekend of competition and camaraderie. Of the many countries showing up, Japan has some of the strongest odds at winning Smash 4, and could potentially fare well in Melee too. Read on to learn who and what you should look out for!
PushDustIn and Spazzy_D interview Kyle Hebert, the voice of Ryu in Smash!
Player Takuto "Kamemushi" Ono has just been signed by Japanese eSports team DetonatioN. This is followed by some top placings by the Mega Man main extraordinaire, including various 1st places at the Umebura tournament series, and a second place at EVO 2016 after defeating Gonzalo "ZeRo" Barrios.
Once considered a "weaker" continent compared to North America, Europe has been pushing the limits of Smash in recent years. Whether it's the reinvention of Fox in Super Smash Bros. Melee or the refinement of Sheik in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, you can always find Europeans among those pushing character development. A premier tournament such as The Big House 6 is the perfect place for their top talent to show all their most recent innovations. Next weekend from October 7–9, they'll join competitors from all over the globe in Dearborn, MI, hopefully showing everyone just what they're capable of.
Earlier today, professional Super Smash Bros. Melee player Julian "Zhu" Zhu was signed by Team BOXR. And what is Team BOXR, you may be asking.
Historically one of the strongest overall countries in Smash, Canada will be bringing their best to compete in Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U at The Big House 6. Here's some of top Canadian players to watch out for next weekend.
Last month, the 4BR released their second official tier list for Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. After in-house discussion from 4BR members and some common outside opinions opening up, we'd like to address some frequently asked questions and talk a bit more about results.
"Happy feet, Wombo Combo". Maybe one of the most famous sentences in Super Smash Bros. Melee. It belongs to the narration of the match between Julian "Zhu" Zhu teamed with Joey "Lucky" Aldama and Mitchell "Tang" Tang teamed with Jeff "Silent Spectre" Leung.
After a single action-packed afternoon, only 8 of 563 entrants remained in bracket at 2GGT: Abadango Saga. Read on for a recap of finals and top 8 results!
Comedy Corner VI. How do Pro Smash players explain their wrist problems to their doctors? We imagine it goes something like this, probably.
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