The second wave of DLC fighters for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has begun with Nintendo officially confirming that Min Min will be the fighter from ARMS. What would have likely been revealed three weeks ago was instead pre-recorded nearly two months ago from series creator Masahiro Sakurai’s home.
I personally still don’t even have all the original fighters unlocked, let alone the DLC. Whenever friends get together to play Smash, we always play someone else’s copy. Excited to see how people take to Min Min next week.
I really enjoy top five or top ten lists. They help to see inside the mind of their creator or the community that fueled them. It can be a real treat to see what points you both agree and disagree on. I have written one top numbered list before, featured on my IGN blog (one day I hope to migrate those posts right here to Go Left Gaming). The list was for the Top 5 Unforgettable Game Introductions of This Generation. This time I have a top ten for you. I started the list with only five in mind, but the list expanded and I even had to make a few cuts. These games are my Top Ten Multiplayer Games of All Time.
This morning at ten o’clock, Nintendo unveiled the next entry in the Super Smash Brothers franchise. Yet to be named, the fourth game is the first to enter the HD era and go portable. Today, new stages were seen and, of course, new characters. The Dojo, the official website for the game, has launched again, promising constant updates about the game, just like it did for Super Smash Bros. Brawl. In response to this, I plan on approaching the Dojo very much like I am approaching Animal Crossing: New Leaf, with weekly summaries of the news and events that occur. Starting today.