One thing that came to mind is that many spin-off's of larger Nintendo IP's (Mario, Pokemon) are outsourced to other, smaller developers and I feel like Smash-content wise they wanna stick to in-house/close relationship developers first, and potential others after that. More spin-off content would definitely be more than welcome though.That's true, the dlc did end in 2015, the year of nothing from GF. Though other than Zelda I could see Xenoblade with a reasonable chance.
I've been thinking about it, and I must ask: why are spin-offs often glanced over in represenation? Other than Mario (which I also feel lacks quite a tad), other series with relativey big spin-offs tend to get next to nothing: Pokemon, Fire Emblem, & Zelda come to mind. Either it's 1 song, few spirits or nothing at all.
I get why they don't want to overdo it, but something substantial at least.
New opening today for the anime reveals some new upcoming stuff:
And Ash caught a Dracovish today.