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My Dream Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Characters – Reader's Feature



Super Smash Bros. Ultimate – Bomberman is there, but it's not playable

A reader reveals the five characters he's on Smash Bros., from the relatively plausible to the extremely unlikely.

I've loved the Super Smash Bros. series since the very first. I like the game the most when the "Challenger Approaching" screen pops up and you have to fight that character to play him / her. The feeling is amazing, I get goose bumps every time. So I thought I would do a feature on the five characters I would like to see in the game.

1

. Bomberman

Now I know most of this list, if not all likely, will not be in the next game or in another game, but I can but dream. I know Bomberman will be an assist trophy, but I think he would be a great playable character. He would be different with bombs, much like Link, but with different types like the big bomb. Also the kangaroo as a final strike. Awesome!

2. Banjo and Kazooie

This will never happen, but just imagine it, because their power-ups are all their special moves. So the running shoes as a speed boost. If they were hanging from a ledge, they could shoot an egg from behind to hit others below. Maybe even be able to disconnect. Their last hit brings all the jinjos together for a big attack while doing the dance they do when they get a jiggy!

3. Yoda

Smash Bros. is a fast paced game and if you see Yoda fight in the movies, so is he. Jumping around in this game with a lightsaber with Yoda would be just a dream come true. Use the power on characters, push them away and take control of weak-minded trophies. His last blow only stabs her with his lightsaber.

4. Toad

I love Toad! He is my favorite Mario character character and I can not believe he is not a playable character. He could use the toadstool to temporarily shrink people. If he was on objects, he could use the feather to jump higher, and the bullet bill for a big hit, all as his special moves. So many items to choose from. His last throw could be a lot of karts of Mario Kart running characters. I want him playable, come on, Nintendo, make it happen.

5. Mickey Mouse

Finally, who would not like to play as Mickey or simply beat him up? I am surprised that this has not happened already. Steamboat Willie, who crashed onto the stage, could be his last hit! Make different things with the brush for his special movements. Maybe even other characters like Donald making a screeching attack. Similar to Peach Toad.

These are only the ones I dream to be in, even if there is no big chance. But that's the beauty of Smash Bros. – every conceivable character could fit in this game.

By Reader Wolfster

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