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  • The Pokemon series has had the strongest presence in all of the Super Smash Bros games. This is mainly due to the variety of different characters that the series contains, despite all of them being categorized as Pokemon. In the case of the most recent generation of the franchise, Zoroark is the most popular amongst Pokemon fans after having appeared in the Pokemon movie “Master of Illusions” and being a coveted find in Black and White. While some may argue that another generation of Pokemon Trainer may be a better choice to showcase some of the best elements of their game, having Zoroark as an addition could be to the same effect as when Lucario and Pokemon Trainer were both in Brawl. Many of Zoroark’s attacks from the games and movie could come into play for his move’s list, making for one strong and interesting character to play in the next Super Smash Bros game.

    Ubisoft has shown strong support for the Wii U since its launch with games like Zombi U. And while their mascot title Rayman Legends has been delayed and no longer a Wii U exclusive, that doesn’t mean that Rayman can’t appear in the next Super Smash Bros game. A whimsical and comical character at heart, Rayman would make a great addition to the roster being a character with different abilities from the rest of the cast. Rayman’s abilities from his past titles could work well when translated into Super Smash Bros, including his ability to helicopter hover and throw his fist for attacks. . Unlike most of the limbed characters that populate the Smash Bros roster, Rayman can somehow utilize his floating appendages in interesting ways to either avoid attacks or deliver them to enemies. While his appearance wouldn’t be in the style of Rayman Legends, he could look very similar to how he appeared in any of the Raving Rabbids games that were on the Wii. To go even further, his Final Smash could implement the Raving Rabbids in some fashion where they joint attack enemies on screen, making for some crazy albeit funny situations during a match.

  • Ubisoft has shown strong support for the Wii U since its launch with games like Zombi U. And while their mascot title Rayman Legends has been delayed and no longer a Wii U exclusive, that doesn’t mean that Rayman can’t appear in the next Super Smash Bros game. A whimsical and comical character at heart, Rayman would make a great addition to the roster being a character with different abilities from the rest of the cast. Rayman’s abilities from his past titles could work well when translated into Super Smash Bros, including his ability to helicopter hover and throw his fist for attacks. . Unlike most of the limbed characters that populate the Smash Bros roster, Rayman can somehow utilize his floating appendages in interesting ways to either avoid attacks or deliver them to enemies. While his appearance wouldn’t be in the style of Rayman Legends, he could look very similar to how he appeared in any of the Raving Rabbids games that were on the Wii. To go even further, his Final Smash could implement the Raving Rabbids in some fashion where they joint attack enemies on screen, making for some crazy albeit funny situations during a match.

    The Pokemon series has had the strongest presence in all of the Super Smash Bros games. This is mainly due to the variety of different characters that the series contains, despite all of them being categorized as Pokemon. In the case of the most recent generation of the franchise, Zoroark is the most popular amongst Pokemon fans after having appeared in the Pokemon movie “Master of Illusions” and being a coveted find in Black and White. While some may argue that another generation of Pokemon Trainer may be a better choice to showcase some of the best elements of their game, having Zoroark as an addition could be to the same effect as when Lucario and Pokemon Trainer were both in Brawl. Many of Zoroark’s attacks from the games and movie could come into play for his move’s list, making for one strong and interesting character to play in the next Super Smash Bros game.

  • Today’s Nintendo Direct conference revealed that Namco Bandai will be in charge of development for the next Smash Bros. title. The impending release of a new Smash Bros. game is no surprise, the game has already been announced to be in development for both the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U platforms.

Nintendo working with Namco for next Smash Bros

With the success of Fire Emblem Awakening on the 3DS, Chrom seems to be an ideal character to make it into the next game. Since a new character from the Fire Emblem franchise has appeared in both Melee and Brawl, the following entry should follow suit by having Chrom representing Fire Emblem in the next Super Smash Bros. As a character, Chrom can sport many of the moves he used in the cutscenes and battles seen in Awakening on 3DS, while also having a few new tricks to add to the mix. It would be a shame if Chrom didn’t make the cut after having one of the best games released on 3DS.