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The fifth installment of the Get On My Level tournament series will be May 18-20 in the International Centre in Mississauga, Canada. With over 1,000 attendees, Get On My Level 2018 will be sky-high with a diverse array of top Smash talent from all over the world.

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.

Meta Crystal is one of the weirdest and coolest entities in all of Super Smash Bros. We're here to reflect on it a bit.

Pikachu is often underestimated. With enough practice and determination, however, Pika players like Jeffrey “Axe” Williamson and Eric “ESAM” Lew have come to realize his true potential.

The fifth in a series of premier grassroots Super Smash Bros. tournaments, Genesis 5 will take place this year in Oakland, CA, from Friday, January 19th to Sunday, January 21st. Genesis 5 will not only host Super Smash Bros., Super Smash Bros. Melee, and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, but will also host a variety of other games including Rivals of Aether, Street Fighter V, Splatoon 2, and Dance Dance Revolution Extreme.

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!

Love Smash? Love Loot Crate like subscription boxes? Look no further, Smash Crate has you covered! An interview with Smash Crate and their motivations.

This weekend, LA_Smash and the SSB64 League present SNOSA III, the third iteration of their California Super Smash Bros. international with over 102 players in attendance.

With the help of the SSB64 League and the rest of the Super Smash Bros. N64 community, a 150 person international Smash 64 only tournament is happening this weekend known as known as Let's Go.

With the help of the quite large Florida SSB64 community, the 64 community is looking to have a strong showing at CEO Dreamland.
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