Pokemon: Let’s Go Eevee-Bringing Families Closer Together

This new game has done what I thought not possible.

I am a huge gamer and was in third grade when Pokemon took over the world. I loved the cards, the show, and especially the games…that is…red, blue and yellow. I lost interest in the games a little after Silver and Gold came out, because like a dumb kid, I was like “How dare they expand upon something I love and insult my nostalgia!?!?!”

But a few years ago I picked up where I left off, reentering the games with HeartGold/ SoulSilver and now have every mainline Pokemon game except the Sun and Moon ones. And I now love the series more than I ever did as a child.

Then Pokemon Go comes out, and I had no interest at all in playing it. But my wife, who despises everything about video games and yells out me regularly for my hobby, has been playing Go nonstop since it came out and absolutely loves it.

I appreciated the game for bringing her into something I have more or less loved my whole life. Suddenly, she became just as knowledgeable as me, if not more so, on the franchise.

So naturally, I tried to get her to play the mainline games, which she will never ever do and gets mad every time I ask. At the same time, she always asks me to play Pokemon Go, which I still have no interest in doing either. This frustrates my wife, as she claims “You have a thousand video games, yet you won’t play the one I actually do!”

Enter Pokemon Let’s Go Eevee. Eevee happens to be my wife’s favorite Pokemon, and here comes this game that let’s you have one walk around with you.

When I first saw the trailer, I thought it looked very good, was a smart business decision and pretty fun looking. I had no interest in it for myself, but I wondered what my wife would think, and so I showed her the trailer, and she loved it.

I just recently got it for her birthday and it has changed our lives (slight dramatization there). Here we are, playing co-op in a remade game that I cherished as a kid (and still do, really) with my wife in control. I don’t always play with her, cuz I find it kind of boring being the second player, but I find it so much more fascinating to watch her travel through Viridian Forest, battle Brock and all that, sharing the same experiences I had 20 years ago, but now with better graphics and different gameplay. It reminds me of my first time playing the first Pokemon games as I watch her play through it for the first time.  What’s more is she loves it. She actually likes it better than Pokemon Go, which I would have never thought possible.

It is truly baffling to me that when I go to bed, she goes and turns on my Switch and plays Pokemon for hours. Thanks to this new rendition of Pokemon, our similar interest, but on branching paths, have been joined and we can actually enjoy one of our greatest passions together, and for that, Nintendo, I thank you.

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My Top 10 PlayStation 2 Games

PS2 is the best selling console of all time, and really is a much better console than the PS1, though still far from my favorite, but I do love it anyway. I have 51 games for the sequel console and have played 41 of them so far. So which are my top 10? Let’s take a look!

#10

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Mega Man X8

Valuewave Co., Ltd/ Capcom

2004

The last game in the X series is pretty solid and a huge step up from 7, bringing back more of the roots of the series.

#9

king kong

Peter Jackson’s King Kong: The Official Game of the Movie

Ubisoft Montpellier/ Ubisoft

2005

I was gifted this randomly by someone and I thought it was going to be terrible like most movie games are. But it turned out to be an exciting, unique mostly first person shooter, and you even get to play as Kong on occasion which were great segments. A very solid and fun game. Now I know why…I had no idea it was made by Ubisoft.

#8

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Call of Duty 2: Big Red One

Treyarch/ Activision

2005

This is by far my favorite Call of Duty game. It was made in the height of first person shooters, a few years before their decline. So in addition to that, what really set this one apart for me was the story, or rather the character development of your group of soldiers. You actually get to learn about the people in your squad and develop an attachment of sorts to them, making you actually feel like part of the team. This has never been done before and never has again…as far as I know anyway.

#7

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Dragon Ball Z Budokai Tenkaichi 3

Spike/ Atari SA

2007

This is easily my favorite Dragon Ball game of all time, and mainly because of the enormous roster. I can always sit and play a few matches thanks to the endless amount of characters, crazy attack moves and transformations.

#6

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Kingdom Hearts: Re:Chain of Memories

Jupiter Corporation/ Square Enix

2008

A full remake of the original GBA game, this version of the first sequel to Kingdom Hearts is quite impressive. Thanks to the clever use of cards, this is one of the best strategy games out there. But it’s easily the worst game in the KH series, mainly because it’s very slow moving, grindy and getting your cards broken all the time is super annoying. But it has a great story and introduces a butt load of important characters.

#5

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Star Wars: Battlefront II

Pandemic Studios/ LucasArts

2005

This is definitely my most played game on PS2. I played the crap out of it. Alone or with a friend, this game is so much fun. There’s nothing like whittling away a few hours by blowing up space ships or slaughtering armies of droids or troopers.

#4

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God of War

SCE Santa Monica/ SCEA

2005

This game set the standard for all future action games. Smooth, responsive controls, exhilarating combat, light puzzle solving, banging chicks, killing gods…this is the most macho game ever, and Kratos is easily the most bad ass character ever created. Such a fun game. Oh, and a good story.

#3

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God of War II

SCE Santa Monica/ SCEA

2007

This game doesn’t F around. You start with everything you had in the first game and just get stronger. All the perfection from the first game is brought back and somehow improved upon, making this one of the best games ever made.

#2

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Kingdom Hearts

Squaresoft

2002

I was hooked the moment I played this game. This was the best RPG I ever played at the time, because it took all the good stuff from the genre and left out all that complicated crap. The gameplay is excellent, the game satisfyingly challenging, and the start of the best story ever. Oh and the incredible wacky idea of combining Disney and Final Fantasy is geniusly bizzare.mIt’s hard to believe that 16 years later, we still have not seen the conclusion of said story.

#1

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Kingdom Hearts II

Square Enix

2006

And here is my favorite PS2 game of all time! This game makes the first one look crappy beyond belief when compared to this one. It is hard to believe just how much they improved this game over it’s prequels. It’s just so good…the story, the world’s, the gameplay…my god the combat is so much fun. This is the only game I can think of that I would willingly grind just because it’s so much fun to kill stuff. It’s just a masterpiece…sniff…

 

 

 

All These Classic Mini Consoles With Pre-loaded Games Need To Stop!!!

Don’t get me wrong, I like the idea of re-releasing old consoles in a miniature form for all the people who missed them. But most of them are quite pointless since you can get most of these games on every system for the last 2 generations, except for the upcoming Sega Genesis Classic. But even that, there have been so many Genesis collections that it is completely redundant.

Why not, instead, do these video game companies just release a dedicated mini console that has nothing preloaded on it at all? Instead just let it have an internet connection to something like the PlayStation Store or Nintendo eShop where games of that console can be purchased for cheap. Instead of being forced to have 20-30 games, why not give gamers a huge selection, ideally eventually getting the whole libraries of these systems on there. Yes, I know that is an unrealistic amount of work, but it’s better than releasing the same classic games over and over again on every new console, scamming people into buying them multiple times.

Imagine just buying a cheap NES Classic with no games. You plug it in, hook it up to the internet, search for a game you want, and bam! it is there. Now you have the liberty of searching for every game that ever came out on the system, and you have it forever. If these companies continued to support these mini consoles, then there would be no need to re-release these games every few years on different consoles.

It would be great to buy an SNES classic with nothing preloaded onto it, because I have almost every game on the classic. Instead of buying games I already own, I can search for the games I missed and play them on a dedicated SNES platform where I can digitally buy any SNES game ever made.

Right now I am at the mercy of what has been ported to Wii and Wii U, or else finding a very old copy on eBay or a very expensive copy.

Just think of these companies as physically re-releasing these consoles all over again, and now you have the ability to buy any and all the games you desire, on a system that is capable of running with today’s technology. And if possible, have it able to play all the old cartridges and disks from the original system, which would mean compromising the “mini” part to an extent, but oh well, that’s something we are not really worried about I would venture to say.

Super Smash Bros Ultimate- Who Will The DLC Characters Be?

A few months ago, I posted a list of some of my most wanted characters.

So now that the entire roster has been revealed, save for the 5 mysterious post launch characters, let’s see how I lucked out.

First off I said I hoped all the characters come back, and what do you know? They are. I said everyone except Young Link and Pichu, but we even got them, so it’s pretty awesome.

Paper Mario

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Nowhere to be seen. He has been my most wanted since Brawl was announced. I hope they make him one of the characters.

Dark Samus

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Well here is a win…sort of. While I am happy she…he…it?… is in the game, they made her an echo of Samus, which is disappointing because she has such an incredible move set to pull from. I mean, her assist trophy displayed that in Wii U/3DS.

Simon Belmont

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Another long time wanted is in the game! Can’t wait, he looks awesome!

Sora

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Nothing yet, but maybe they will time his release around that with Kingdom Hearts 3? That would be incredible.

Luigi from Luigi’s Mansion

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Nope. Luigi is still just the weird slight Mario clone that isn’t anything like Mario anymore.

Sonic & Tails

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My dream team is not a reality. Bummer.

Viewtiful Joe

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Another perfect character for the smash bros universe is nowhere to be seen. Henshin a no no baby.

Wonder Red

Wonder-Red

A great game on Wii U that went completely under the radar. I guess it’s not surprising he didn’t make it in. But maybe DLC alongside a surprise Switch port would be nice.

Dixie Kong

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Not as a stand alone or tag team with Diddy. Just a spirit. But they just might deem her as a worthy extra…

Zero

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Well he made it in as an assist trophy at least. I guess that’s better than nothing.

So looking at this, none of my hopes were fulfilled for the most part. I got Simon, an echo fighter and an assist trophy, and the rest…nothing. Oh well, I’m still excited about all the new additions anyway.

Hopefully I will get lucky and a few of these guys will join the roster with the DLC content.

My Top 10 PlayStation Games

I’m not going to lie. PlayStation is my least favorite console of all time. Probably because when I was a kid, all the games I had were terrible. We somehow lost all of those games when my family moved, so I guess it wasn’t a total loss. Since then, I have grown my collection with new games, and I’m still not overly impressed. I now have 30 games for the console, and have played 21 of them so far. So of those, here are my top 10.

#10

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Fear Effect 2: Retro Helix

Kronos Digital Entertainment/ Eidos Interactive

2001

 

 

I tried to play through this game at least 5 times, but always got sidetracked and never finished it. It’s hard as hell, both in combat and puzzle solving. Each time I played I got a bit further before stopping again…darn those commitment issues. I gave up last time because I somehow saved when I walked into a room while getting shot at so every time I load, I die immediately.

Annoying, but still a fun game, and you play as a few sexy protagonists, so that’s always a plus.

#9

ChronocrossboxChrono Cross

SquareSoft/ Square EA

2000

 

 

This a pretty good game with a unique combat system that I didn’t really understand, but the story was good and the characters were fun and different. A pretty solid JRPG in any case. The light nods to Chrono Trigger are cool too.

#8

ff7Final Fantasy VII

SquareSoft/ SCEA

1997

 

 

This has a great story, awesome characters and decent enough gameplay. I never beat it though. Commitment issues…

#7

mega-man-8-anniversary-edition-playstation-front-coverMega Man 8

Capcom

1997

 

 

This is actually probably the worst Mega Man game, but it is still quite a lot of fun. I just wish they did away with the annoying high pitched voice of our hero.

 

#6

ff9boxFinal Fantasy IX

SquareSoft/ Square EA

2000

 

 

This is probably my favorite Final Fantasy of all time. It has a great story, interesting characters and the overall game isn’t overly complicated at all.

#5

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Capcom

2001

 

 

It’s Mega Man X. They are great games. Though this one doesn’t really compare to other games in the series, it’s still highly enjoyable.

#4

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Capcom

2001

 

While this is a huge improvement over 5, it is still lacking compared to other titles in the series, but again, it’s still a MMX game, and they are hard to screw up.

#3

rayman-2-the-great-escape-playstation-front-coverRayman 2: The Great Escape

Ubisoft

2000

 

 

I don’t even know why this game is so good…it just is. Fun and varied gameplay, great level design and powerups make this a pretty great adventure.

#2

Castlevania_SOTN_PALCastlevania: Symphony of the Night

Konami

1997

 

 

This game blew away any expectations I had, easily destroying all previous games in the series up to that point. It felt like playing a Metroid game more than anything, and when you can say that, you know you are in good shape.

#1

mmx4Mega Man X4

Capcom

1997

 

 

Yep, my favorite PlayStation game also happens to be my favorite Mega Man X game of all time! This game still had the simplicity of the original 3, but improved upon them greatly. The armor expansions probably give you the coolest abilities up to this point and the gameplay is so refined by now. The series constantly tried to top this and that’s when things turned into over-complicated messes.

Shadow of the Colossus Is Colossal Crap

I just played the Ico/Shadow of the Colossus pack for PS3. And I really don’t understand why either of these games are “critically acclaimed”, even for back when they first came out.

icoIco was decent. I don’t love puzzle games, though, but it’s still a good enough game that it kept me entertained enough to finish it without hating it for the most part.

Shadow of the Colossus, on the other hand, lost me in an hour.

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I don’t really like quitting games without finishing them, but I have no drive to do so with this one. I was put off with it right away. Thanks to long, slow moving, boring cut scenes, and abysmal control and camera, I hated the game before I even got to the first boss. 3 bosses later and I had enough completely.

Walking around a boring world with those awful controls was bad enough, but to fight the bosses is another test of patience entirely. Seriously, what is fun about climbing up the hair of a giant monster? This would be okay, but all you do is wait while the dumb thing tries to throw you off. Attack when it finally stops, which the windows are usually pretty short to do so, often times having your charged up attack interrupted by the swinging behemoths. So yeah, none of that sounds remotely fun…and it’s not. I don’t want to play games that make you wait while things endlessly shake. It’s crap and it’s boring and I don’t think a game has ever lost me so quickly. After the third boss, the thought of having to kill 13 more (I think) was unbearable, so I’m going to save myself the frustration.

If you like this game, (which apparently most of the world does) I envy you, but I just can’t get into it. This should change the name to “Shaking Colossal Monsters! Hang On!”

The fact that this game has been remastered twice is just baffling to me.

My Top 10 N64 Games

Back with another top 10 list…this time another Nintendo console I wasn’t all that fond of. But just like the NES, this one is home to some of the best games ever made. I’ve only got 17 games left for the console, having given away many of them (like a fool). Of those, I’ve played 14 of them, and these are my 10 favorite…

#10 Mario Tennis

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Camelot Software Planning/ Nintendo, 2000

This one hasn’t aged well at all, but it still can be picked up to have some fun. I used to have a lot of fun with the family playing this game.

#9 Donkey Kong 64

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Rare Ltd./ Nintendo, 1999

I hated this game at first. I couldn’t understand why Dixie and Kiddy weren’t in it, and I thought the gameplay was terrible. After a while, it grew on me and I realized it’s a pretty solid game, though still nothing spectacular.

#8 Star Fox 64

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Nintendo, 1997

This is a fun game, but probably one of my least favorite in the series. I used to have a lot of fun in the awesome multiplayer mode though.

#7 Mario Kart 64

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Nintendo, 1997

I played the crap out of this game and loved every second of it. It was such a step up from the first game, that it was hard to stop playing. It is pretty crappy nowadays though, but still fun overall.

#6 Super Mario 64

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Nintendo, 1996

I couldn’t wait to play this game. It was the first full 3D game many of us played and it amazed the poop out of us…except I still found myself rather disappointed with it, since Super Mario World is so much better.

#5 Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards

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HAL Labs/ Nintendo, 2000

This game blew me away. It still is one of my favorite Kirby games of all time. The ability to combine powers made the gameplay so much more fun.

#4 The Legend Of Zelda: Majora’s Mask

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Nintendo, 2000

This is one of my least favorite Zelda games, but it is still incredible, giving you a completely different experience than ever before. It had a lot of awesome ideas, and a lot of not so awesome ones. It actually took me three attempts to truly get into the game.

#3 Super Smash Bros

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HAL Labs/ Nintendo, 1999

This game was a dream come true. The hilarious commercial seemed unreal when it first came out, but then to actually have the game and play it, and realize it is the most fun you’ve ever had…just wow.

 

#2 Paper Mario

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Intelligent Systems/ Nintendo, 2001

Again, this had another funny commercial, and again, you were completely blown away by the amazing game that it is. When you stop to think about it, it is such a random, wacky idea, but it is one of the best RPG’s ever made.

#1 The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

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Nintendo, 1998

Were you really expecting anything else? I could play this game every day. It is just perfect. This is the game that made me love 3D gaming. The temples, the time travel, the combat, the bosses, the whole darn adventure is just magical.

And there you have it. That’s almost all of the games I own for the system (that I have played anyway) in my least favorite to favorite. Though I didn’t like the system overall, these games, especially the top 5, are complete masterpieces.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

My Top 10 NES Games

I never really loved the NES, even when it was the only thing out there. But it did have far better options than anything before it, and among all the crap on the console, there were still a few gems. So let’s take a look at my 10 favorite out of the 32 I own, though I have only played 28 of them so far.

 

#10

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Mega Man 4

Capcom

1992

 

 

 

 

All the Mega Man games feel like the same game to me, but just kept getting better slightly, as if it’s one game with DLC being constantly added to it. I was always excited to see what robots they would come out with next.

#9

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Mega Man 5

Capcom

1992

 

 

 

 

Like I said, they just keep getting better.

#8

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Mega Man 6

Capcom

1994

 

 

 

This is the best one on the NES. I told you, I’m not a huge fan of NES, but the Mega Man series is fantastic.

#7

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Kid Icarus

Nintendo

1987

 

 

 

This game is really hard, but also quite satisfying, so that I never really got mad over the countless times I died. The gameplay is just really fun and keeps you wanting more. When you beat it, it’s a great feeling.

#6

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Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest

Konami

1988

 

 

 

This is a ridiculously impossible to figure out game. But with a walkthrough, it is so much fun and one of my favorite Castlevania games of all time.

#5

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Zelda II: The Adventure of Link

Nintendo

1988

 

 

 

This is another really hard game, but again, quite satisfying. It really is a lot of fun once you get strong enough to hold your own.

#4

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Super Mario Bros 2

Nintendo

1988

 

 

 

Quite a turn from the first game, but man is it fun. A really great platformer.

#3

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Kirby’s Adventure

HAL Labs/ Nintendo

1993

 

 

 

What a unique and fantastic platformer. So much fun…

#2

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The Legend of Zelda

Nintendo

1987

 

 

 

Oh. My. God. This was easily the most ambitious and by far the best game to ever come out at it’s time. It’s a huge game packed with secrets, enemies and items and it just was jaw dropping, and still is really…

#1

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Super Mario Bros 3

Nintendo

1990

 

 

 

In the way Zelda shattered everything, this game did just as much. It took a classic and improved upon it 100fold. It’s just so big, with so many paths and items. One of the best platformers out there and one of the best games of all time.

And there you have it. My top 10 must haves for the console that started modern gaming.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

My Top 10 Favorite Game Reveals From e3 2018

Another e3 has just about wrapped up and pretty much everybody revealed some incredible titles, so I am going to share the 10 I am most excited about! Note that I am only listing games that were revealed for the first time, or I had no idea were in the works.

 

#10-NioH 2 (PS4)

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#9- Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 (PS4, XB1, PC)

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#8- For Honor: Marching Fire (PS4, XB1, PC)

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#7- Wolfenstein: Youngblood (PS4, XB1, PC)

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#6- Super Mario Party (Switch)

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#5- Control (PS4)

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#4- Doom Eternal (PS4, XB1, PC)

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#3 Daemon x Machina (Switch)

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#2 Devil May Cry 5 (PS4, XB1)

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#1 Jedi: Fallen Order

This didn’t even really get an actual reveal but was talked about vaguely during EA’s conference. Nonetheless, I am most excited for it because it sounds sort of like Force Unleashed, except you play as a Jedi instead of a Sith apprentice.

 

 

 

My Most Wanted For Smash Bros Switch

e3 is less than a week away and I couldn’t be more excited, but mostly I am excited for Tuesdays Nintendo online video, where there is sure to be lots of exciting news, none more so than (hopefully) a good deal of information on the new smash bros game.

Many people still seem doubtful that this is a new game, but rather a port of the Wii U/3DS versions, which would be a huge let down after all the hype, so I seriously doubt it is. Plus when they initially announced it, they seemed to go out of their way to title the trailer “Nintendo Switch Super Smash Bros” instead of Super Smash Bros for Nintendo switch, which were how the Wii U and 3DS games were titled.

So anyway, there are thousands of characters people want to see appear in these games each time one comes out. Brawl gave me several characters I wanted added (Toon Link, Wolf, Sonic). After that game, anything seemed possible, especially since they added so many newcomers (though I think Little Mac was the only one added that I really wanted in 4…oh and Mega Man…and Shulk…k that one delivered too).

So here are some characters I would love to see…and no…Ridley and King K. Rool are not going to be on this list. I am not opposed to literally any character becoming playable, and honestly I get excited for any newcomer, even if I don’t know who they are, but I would be a tad more excited if these upcoming characters appear.

First and foremost, I would love to see every character that has been cut back in it, which means Snake, Wolf and especially the Ice Climbers, who were only cut because of the limitations of the 3DS. The only ones that don’t need to come back are Young Link, Toon Link is a perfect replacement and Pichu…cuz why?

And now onto the newcomers I would love to see.

Paper Mario (Paper Mario series obviously)

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I know, another Mario character, but he would just be so cool. With a ton of partners and sweet special moves to pull from, he could be a whole lot of fun.

 

 

 

 

Dark Samus (Metroid Prime series)

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Aside from looking cool, Dark Samus has an impressive array of powers and abilities, some of them demonstrated as an assist trophy in the last game. Now make it fully playable!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Simon Belmont (Castlevania series)

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This has been a third party character I’ve wanted for a while. His legacy on NES, his chain and special weapons all make him a great candidate for smash.

 

 

 

 

 

Sora (Kingdom Hearts series)

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I love Kingdom Hearts, so to see the main character in one of my favorite games of all time would be magical. Again, he has an enormous move set to pull from to make him a worthy adversary against Nintendo’s finest.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Luigi (Luigi’s Mansion)

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Give Luigi a moveset based off his Mansion games. There is no need to have him a partial Mario clone anymore, though I was thrilled his final smash in 4 used the poltergust.

 

 

 

 

 

Sonic and Tails (Sonic series…duh)

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Instead of just Sonic, let these two be a team like the Ice Climbers, since in the Genesis games, they functioned in the exact way the Ice Climbers do now.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Viewtiful Joe (game with the same name)

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He’s awesome and has a nice, crazy moveset that would fit right in.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wonder Red (Wonderful 101)

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He is from the team that made Viewtiful Joe, so I guess I would rather see Red, for he is actually a Nintendo character. Maybe give him a combination of all the other wonder’s power which would give him a truly awesome moveset.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dixie Kong (Donkey Kong Country Series)

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Either as a team with Diddy or stand alone character, I want her.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Zero (Mega Man X series…not the Zero series look)

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I would love to have X, Mega Man and Zero all be in it, but hey, Zero would be a cool addition if I had to choose one, after Mega Man, that is.

 

 

 

 

 

 

And those are just some of my more hopefuls that came to mind right off the bat. Paper Mario is my most wanted for sure, ever since leading up to Brawl. Of course there are dozens more I would love to see in it too.

But I will not be disappointed with who they add, as long as there are very little cuts and plenty of additions, I will be thrilled.