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With the announcement of Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo Switch, many community figures have spoken out to give their thoughts on what they expect from the release. This now includes Calvin "Gimr" Lofton, president of VGBootCamp, who appeared as a guest on Sleep Talk Podcast.

While there are women who are already involved with competitive Smash, the demographic’s organic growth is slow. Smash Sisters wants to attract more women, both cis and trans and especially those who would be hesitant to attend tournaments otherwise, and encourage them to compete beyond just the crew battles.

If there’s one character that drives everyone bananas in Super Smash Bros. Wii U/3DS, it has to be Diddy Kong. With his tongue-in-cheek assessment of Diddy’s fanbase, Smash competitor and YouTuber Mightykeef pokes fun at the arguably broken aspects of Diddy’s playstyle and the behavior of those who play him.

After more than a full year, the Project M Backroom has released a new tier list for Project M 3.6!

As Melee gets older, many propose the idea of a newer, cleaned up reinstallment of the game for the Switch. But this thinking is unrealistic.

Creator Showcase is making a return, but this time we have the interview in the form of a video. For this episode, we reached out to RelaxAlax, a YouTuber known to dig into the analytical side of Smash!​

On Jun 19, Gonzalo "ZeRo" Barrios released a new updated tier list for Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. ZeRo condenses his thoughts and has separated his list in low, mid, high, and top tier format. ZeRo gives reasonable insight for each selection and the characters that inhabit it.

The possibility of a Smash game for the Nintendo Switch is exciting. Consequently, amid the recent release of the Switch there has been much speculation and guesswork concerning the future of our beloved series.

Hit Box, the team behind the creation of the controversial Smash Box fight stick, announced today via Twitter that they will begin a Kickstarter campaign for the device.

When it comes to local Smash communities, women are often treated unfairly and poorly.
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