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With Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo Switch expected to have a big showing at E3, now is a good time to reflect on the series' previous E3 showings. Today, as part of this series, we'll be looking at Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
EVO 2013 was right around the corner. SSBM had earned itself a second lease on life by being featured on the tournament’s main roster. With all eyes back on the community, it was their time to show they had what it took. There was only one problem: Their most recognizable player was a no-show.
This will be a four part series briefly looking over Smash's presence at E3 before E3 this year; today we're starting with Super Smash Bros. Melee and it's appearance at E3 2001.
2GG announced on Twitter that their upcoming Hyrule Saga tournament will officially be partnered with Nintendo of America. The tournament will take place on June 23rd and 24th, featuring Super Smash Bros. Wii U Singles and Doubles brackets.
Project M 3.6 is not perfect. I would venture to say it’s unfinished. This begs the question, however: what Smash Bros. game is perfect? Does one actually exist?
The U.S. and Japanese versions of the Smash 64 box art are both pretty awesome. Looking at the two through several discussions, it's hard to decide which one is the best - Especially since Smash 64 has some awesome illustrations, but we're here to settle it once and for all with a poll.
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