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PMRank 2018: Recap
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Hello everyone, Pikmon here! PMRank 2018 has been released in full, so we want to take a step back and peruse some fun facts and statistics. Today we'll be analyzing the character diversity and regional representation of the top 50 players from this year. And at the end, we have a special treat to share with you all.
Nintendo Direct Announced for 2/13 (2:00 p.m. PT/5:00 p.m. ET)
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The first Nintendo Direct of 2019 is set to air tomorrow evening.
Delzethin Breaks Down Piranha Plant's Moveset
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Now that Piranha Plant is in players' hands and the community has had a chance to get a feel for the character, we're starting to see more and more content focused on the character. As with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's previous newcomers, Delzethin has put together a breakdown of Piranha Plant's moveset.
Know Your Moves Returns in a Big Way
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After putting the series on hiatus for over a year, RelaxAlax has returned with a new installment of Know Your Moves, this time focusing on Ridley. Unlike previous episodes, this one was produced in collaboration with Source Gaming, who will also be helping RelaxAlax with future videos in the series.
PMRank 2018: 3-1
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Ladies and gentlemen, we have arrived. Today's article concludes PMRank 2018 with the top 3 Project M players in the world. We hope to do each of their stories justice.
PMRank 2018: 6-4
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Our journey to the top approaches its climax. PMRank 2018 ranks 6-4 are here, and each of them are highly impressive for very distinct reasons.
PMRank 2018: 10-7
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PMRank 2018's top 10 begins to take shape! We're going up to rank #7 today, and at this point, it's astonishing when any of these players don't make it to top 8 of even the most stacked tournaments.
PMRank 2018: 20-11
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Ranks 20-11 are here! Today's batch of competitors is a truly awe-inspiring group, with heavy representation from NorCal and the East Coast.
Everything You Need to Know About the North America Open
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Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. Ultimate North America Open is right around the corner. Here’s what you need to know if you want to compete in it!
PMRank 2018: 30-21
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PMRank 2018 crosses the halfway mark with ranks 30-21! These ten players pilot a whopping fourteen different characters!
Delzethin Offers Up First-Party DLC Predictions
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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate may be out already, there's still speculation to be had with its lineup of DLC characters, and as with the base roster, Delzethin is continuing to offer up his predictions for likely picks, starting off with potential first-party characters.
PMRank 2018: 40-31
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PMRank 2018 continues with ranks 40-31! Many players in this section have seen quite a bit of movement up and down the rankings since last year.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Patch 2.0.0 Released
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A new patch for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate just went live, containing the long-awaited playable character, Piranha Plant!
PMRank 2018: 50-41
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At long last, the main course! PMRank 2018 begins it top 50 today with ten elite players ranked 50-41.
PMRank 2018: The Edge of Glory
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Welcome one and all to the beginning of PMRank 2018! For the third year running, we will be releasing our rankings of the top 50 Project M players in the world based on tournament performances from the previous year. But before we dig into the main course, we have an appetizer to share with you all.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Patch 2.0.0 is Almost Here
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On January 25th, 2019, Nintendo announced that the patch 2.0.0 update for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will be distributed sometime within a week from now.
Nintendo Announces European Championship
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On Tuesday, January 22nd, 2019, Nintendo announced their very first European championship for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, with a weird choice of rules.
Glitch 6: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Top 8 Results
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Glitch, one of the more unique tournament series for Super Smash Bros., returned for its sixth and largest iteration on January 19th. Each tournament, organized by VGBootCamp and Xanadu Games, has a decent focus on side events that are a bit unconventional, such as 3v3 or Morph-Meter. The game of focus for past events has been Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, but Glitch 6 was the first to mainline Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. It’s also the first of the series to break over 255 entrants, and more than double it with 551 sign-ups. Here, we will give a brief overview of the players who finished Top 8, and the journeys they took through Top 128.
PushDustIn Announces Leadership Changes in Source Gaming
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On January 15th, 2019, PushDustIn announced that he will no longer be running the beloved website Source Gaming.
Panda Global Launches Ultimate Gamecube Adapter Kickstarter
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After several early teasers, Panda Global has launched a Kickstarter campaign for the Ultimate Gamecube Adapter, a Gamecube controller adapter for the Nintendo Switch developed in collaboration with GearHawk Studio.
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