So, does Mewtwo belong in the next Smash Bros? Or elsewhom?

Discussion in 'Gaming' started by Darkwellor, Jan 23, 2012.


Your opinion?

Dood, this was obvious; Mewtwo getting kicked out was rigged 3 vote(s) 100.0%
Yes, but only if they didn't make him bad like in Melee 0 vote(s) 0.0%
I'm so-and-so. 0 vote(s) 0.0%
I'm more hoping that Zoroark gets in. 0 vote(s) 0.0%
The Pokemon didn't deserve being in a Smash Bros game 0 vote(s) 0.0%
  1. Greetings, Empire. I just come back to realizing that two awesome characters being rigged out of a Brawl appearance for a boosted character. I like Roy, but that was only because he was AWESOME in the Fire Emblem games. Mewtwo, on the other hand, wasn't just a Pokemon that 1-shots everything known to man (islands, space stations, whatever), he felt like you were playing a Pokemon in control. Despite the Melee nerf, all of Mewtwo's attacks were original, his animations looked like he was avant garde in being a majestic "sorceror" despite being a man-made Pokemon.

    Now, ever since Brawl was released, all the way to the point where a new Smash Bros. was announced, I still wondered why Mewtwo was just scrapped rather than being removed entirely, or even made playable. This was due to Lucario getting in, yes, but Lucario didn't feel as original as M2 did, plus some of his attacks were false advertisement in Smash Bros. Extremespeed? Right. Not nearly as fun as teleporting all around the stage.

    So, do you think #150 should be brought back into the next Smash? Should Zoroark or Deoxys take the spot instead? (I'm not all that hopeful for the former, Zoroark, believe it or not.) Maybe we'll have a piece of fodder like Magikarp become playable? What do you all think of this???

    (Not my best writing, again, but I really wanted to get this out. My thoughts on the topic were HUGE after Sakurai announced a new SSB.)