September Smash Speculation
We’re in a pretty fun position right now. We know a good amount about what’s going to be in the upcoming Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, but not everything. Some leakers have established themselves as legitimate. Some patterns have been broken. Numbers have been given by Sakurai and the rest of the team about stages, music tracks, and development time, but we still have questions, guesses, and wants. Join Mitchell and friend-of-the-show Jeff Onan as they discuss leaks, patterns, and desires pertaining to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate in this week’s Midjump.
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Midjump: September Smash Speculation
We're in a pretty fun position right now. We know a good amount about what's going to be in the upcoming Super Smash…
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