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New Pork City is a stage that, as soon as it was revealed, everyone could easily agree that it would be banned in all forms of tournament play. Nobody knew how much sense it would make in the Smash game after it, and how little sense it made in Brawl.

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?

Omega Stages, while obviously an attempt at appealing to the competitive community, fell short in that regard - enough so that only three are allowed in tournament play. For all of their potential, they felt like an afterthought more than anything else, one based on a very surface level idea of what the community wants. We're here to talk about some ideas for Super Smash Bros. for Switch

How was Smash 64 so intuitive with it's tutorials? Tutorials are something that every game developer struggles with: We want our players to be able to understand as much as possible about our games, but we want to do it intuitively. Find out more here!

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.

With Bigger Balc coming up this weekend, special guest Sabre provides his insight on why Bigger Balc is so important to the Project M community.

With the conclusion of 2GGaming’s grandest event to date, 2GGC: Civil War Saga has set the bar for any and all Super Smash Bros. events.

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.

Compiled by a team of tournament organizers and analysts with input from top players, the 2017 Recommended Ruleset aims to provide a single, unified ruleset for Super Smash Bros. for Wii U tournaments. While its contents are controversial, it may be exactly what the community needs.
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