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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!
Kicking off their Super Smash Con panel, the team behind Rivals of Aether released the trailer for one of their future DLC characters: Ranno, a poison-themed water elemental character. Alongside Ranno, the trailer also announced that the Ori and Sein DLC will launch on August 23rd.
Bigger Balc, one of the largest Project M tournaments of the year, is closing registration this Friday! Here's why you should enter.
While Rivals of Aether has many of the core aspects of Smash, it features a few key differences.
Featuring an $11,000 prize pool and talent from all over the world, here's everything you need to know about Rivals of Aether at Genesis 4.
The rumors have been confirmed: CEO Gaming's Alex Jebailey has just announced CEO Dreamland for April 14-16, 2017. This new installment in the long-running CEO series focuses specifically on Smash and Smash-related titles. Confirmed games include Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, Super Smash Bros. Melee, Super Smash Bros., Brawlhaha and Rivals of Aether. All games will feature both doubles (on Friday) and singles (Saturday and Sunday) brackets. This tournament will not be replacing Smash at CEO 2017; instead, it is to serve as spin-off in the CEO series.
The indie team behind Rivals of Aether have opened on an eSports circuit a month ago. The key difference in this eSports circuit is it’s heavily online centered. Every Saturday, matches take place online as part of the Rivals of Aether circuit.
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