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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, we'll be looking at the most current game, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo Switch

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. for Wii U and 3DS

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.

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.

Nintendo has revealed their plans for E3 and in a similar vein to last year with Mario Odyssey, this year is going to heavily be focused on Super Smash Bros. Needless to say, this year's E3 will be jam packed.

Your destination for Nintendo social competitive updates is here! Besides Smash, at least for now.
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A few years ago, we saw the story of top Melee players documented in a 9-part series called "The Smash Brothers". Those videos gathered the history of 7 of the most dangerous Melee players and their road to glory and fame, from the times when DI was witchcraft and a certain Forward Air to Down Air string had no name, to the era when Melee got a revival and the true leaders showed their moves.

Recently, Corey "False" Shin from Rush Hour Smash started a Kickstarter campaign to produce a sequel to this documentary, but instead of focusing on Melee, False would like to take a look at the controversial Smash game that divided the community. Yes, a Brawl documentary. The goal of the Kickstarter campaign is $6,303; currently, it has collected over $1,100 with 29 days left to donate.​
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