Five characters I want to see in the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Fighters Pass 2
This week, Nintendo announced Min Min from the game ARMS is going to be the next character in Super Smash Bro. Ultimate. She is also the first of the characters appearing with the Fighters Pass 2.
This leaves five characters and, while I know that I’m rarely right on who gets picked (though I absolutely think they’re going to add the Ring Fit Trainer at some point) I have some characters that I would love to see.
I’m making sure that these five characters are all from different franchises and, don’t worry, this list is absolutely devoid of anyone from Fire Emblem. While the franchise is nice and all, Smash has almost as many Fire Emblem characters as Fire Emblem Three Houses and we know that game had too many damn characters.
Hatsune Miku (from the Project Diva games)
Whoa, come back. Here me out.
So, Hatsune Miku recently had a Switch exclusive game come out. Project Diva MegaMix was an excellent collection of her work and, well, you can read my review if you want to know more about that particular title.
But here’s the thing, Hatsune Miku may be an adorable pop singer but she kinda kicks a lot of ass. In many of her videos, she’s flying through the air battling chains, dealing with maniacal puppet masters, dealing with weird space creatures, threatening people with death and torture for not smiling and, being a sadistic House of the Dead style overlord.
Not only that but, much like Smash, Hatsune Miku has met a ton of video game characters. Valkyria Chronicles, Phantasy Star Online, Virtua Fighter, and, as far as Smash is concerned, she’s appeared as an unlockable character in a Persona game (where Joker is from) and you can’t tell me she’s not a Sonic stan.
Her alternate costumes could feature the other characters such as Rin, Len, and Kaito each with an alternate costume since, like in her games, if you pick a different character that character will still replicate her moves dead-on so having other characters using her moves would not be out of place.