- Nov 11, 2017
So no new character announcement during the presentation on Wednesday. But what if he tells us to tune in for a stand alone live stream of Fighter 5’s trailer on Thursday?
Granted, there is no reason to split the costumes up arbitrarily. But it's not Nintendo's job to keep a bunch of weirdo fans on social media in check because a character they want in Smash didn't get in.
Geno fans live in an unending nightmare world.
Technically that's correct. Fighter #5 has already been announced, we just don't know the name.
"We're happy to announce that when you download this Sword & Shield Pokeball update sixty percent of the previously available Pokeball Pokemon will be removed to give you that authentic Galar experience."
It's absolutely god-awful and wretched, and for that reason we must all prepare for it as an eventuality, lest we be disappointed when Sakurai tears out Sora's still-beating heart and eats it in front of us.What reason is there to believe the premium costume leak is real?
Like I think Mondo brought it up but the idea of them getting the rights from major companies including fucking Disney to make Mii Costumes and doing it all in 2 months since Sans' release (which I should bring up the leak even claims Sakurai said Sans was a test for this concept). Like no one is going to be happy with this and it just limits what they could work on for DLC.
hey! don't try to spin the collective pessimism! if we lose, we all lose! Besides, Dixie is already a Mii hat in the base game, so they'll just bring the rest of the costume to make a set and charge for less
Sakurai doesn't really seem to be on the same wavelength as fans when it comes to Mii costumes - for him they're a good consolation for fighters who didn't "make the cut," whereas for fans they're the end of the world and completely destroy a character's chances at getting into the game.
Not to mention that if keeping Sora on the eShop indefinitely is something that Disney won't allow, Sakurai would probably be more okay with a Sora Mii Costume eventually being pulled from the eShop by Disney compared to a full-on character.Sakurai doesn't really seem to be on the same wavelength as fans when it comes to Mii costumes - for him they're a good consolation for fighters who didn't "make the cut," whereas for fans they're the end of the world and completely destroy a character's chances at getting into the game.
I can see him requesting Sora and "settling" for a Mii costume if the deal to get him as a character was too expensive.
Well, unless you want Master Chief. That just ups his odds.