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PMRank 2022: Recap
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With 2022’s edition of PMRank released in full, we’d like to devote an article to present some summary data, both from this year’s iteration and from the history of the series.
PMRank 2022: 3-1
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PMRank 2022 has reached its conclusion, and today we honor the greatest players of the modern era.
PMRank 2022: 6-4
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Two returning veterans continue their rise through the ranks, with one new face joining them in the top 10.
PMRank 2022: 10-7
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Today we begin to reveal the long-awaited top ten on PMRank 2022!
PMRank 2022: 20-11
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Today's article features a number of longtime Project+ legends, and one of the season's biggest breakout stars.
PMRank 2022: 30-21
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Many of this season's breakout stars make their proper PMRank debuts, as well as some seasoned veterans.
PMRank 2022: 40-31
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Today, some strong competitors make their PMRank debuts, as well as the return of some seasoned veterans.
PMRank 2022: 50-41
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After three years, the first full PMRank of the 2020s begins today with our first chapter of players.
PMRank 2022: The Edge of Glory
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Before we take a look at the 50 players who made it onto this year's PMRank, we'd like to highlight the stories of three who narrowly missed the cut.
SSBMRank 2022 and ULTRank 2022 are Here!
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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and Super Smash Bros. Melee sure had one hectic year! And, with such a crazy year, it’s natural to want to know who did the best in each game.
3.6Rank: 30-21
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Welcome back to my third article on the greatest players of Project M 3.6! Today I’ll be running through #30-21 on my list.
3.6Rank: 40-31
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Welcome back to my second article on the greatest players of Project M 3.6! Today I’ll be running through #40-31 on my list. If you missed my last article, which includes a more extensive introduction to the series, you can catch that here. Without further ado, let’s get into it!
The Greatest Project M 3.6 Players of All Time: #50–41
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Hey everyone, welcome to my attempt at recapping the histories of some of the greatest players in Project M 3.6 history. With the advent of Project + over the last year, and the general slowdown of the Project M/+ scene, I’d like to take some time and talk about the players who defined the past, present, and hopefully, future of the game. While these articles are, and will be presented as, rankings of the greatest PM 3.6 players of all time, my goal is primarily to remember and celebrate the narratives that everyone on this list, from #50 to #1, helped to create over the last four years.
The Big House 9: Melee and Ultimate Top 8 Recap
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The Big House 9 boasted a massive 1,017 entrants in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate singles and 909 in Super Smash Bros. Melee singles. With so many players at the famous event, it showed us some of the best gameplay Ultimate and Melee have to offer.
Smash at EVO 2019 Recap
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Missed Melee's Top 3 and Ultimate's Top 8 at EVO? We've got you covered for a recap.
Inka Fest 2019 Recap
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Tacna is known for three things: the independence movement, la Semana de Tacna, and of course, Smash 64.
MomoCon 2019: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Recap
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Momocon 2019 was the second summer major of this year and boasting over 1,200 entrants. Momocon 2019 will surely be a tournament to remember with a great con and a memorable Top 8!
Get on My Level 2019: Smash Bros. Ultimate Top 8 Recap
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Get On My Level 2019 was a hype event, an explosive kick-start to 2019’s summer of Smash, as well as Canada’s largest Smash tournament ever, a promising first window into the epic stories remaining to unfold in these next months.
MKLeo Wins the First Smash Ultimate Summit
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After seven runs of Super Smash Bros. Melee at Smash Summit, Beyond the Summit (BTS) has brought the invitational to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. With talent from Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Melee, Smash Ultimate Summit was a production bonanza. As always, the team behind BTS brought their best forward to entertain fans and players alike. With several events, including 1 vs. 1 Randoms, Squad Strike Crew Battles and Commentator Crew Battles, it was a full weekend of Ultimate fun and competitive spirit. Below are the final results, and some takeaways that will likely give insight to the future meta.
Frostbite 2019 Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Top 8 Results and Highlights
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Frostbite 2019, the latest of the now three year old series, was a great showcase of where the current meta of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is headed. While Genesis was the first major to feature Ultimate, Frostbite is a whole patch removed, and players are more intimate with the game than before. In other words, Genesis was a good chance for high-level play to be explored, while Frostbite was a good look at how high-level play has adapted and will adapt. Beyond that, its high quality production was a delight to behold, and its Top 8 was a rollercoaster of close calls, flashy finishes and brilliant strategy. Here, we will look over the Top 8 finalists, and the journeys they took through Top 48.
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