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  • Summary: The 1st new DLC fighter from the Fighters Pass Vol. 2 is available now in Smash Bros. Ultimate and she offers a very different style of combat. - Metro

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  1. Jul 1, 2020
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    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's Latest DLC character Min Min is one part Dhalsim, one part Pokemon Trainer, and one of the more exciting (if tricky to wield) concepts for a Smash character yet.
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  1. Jun 29, 2020
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    The idea of having an ARMS character become playable post-launch was quite bizarre, especially with Spring Man (arguably the most recognisableThe idea of having an ARMS character become playable post-launch was quite bizarre, especially with Spring Man (arguably the most recognisable character) already an Assist Trophy. We ended up with Min Min; a character whose inclusion feels incredibly forced, both by her role in the base game as a spirit and by her being the first ARMS character to be playable in the series (it's like if Diddy Kong became playable before Donkey Kong). In a nutshell, I don't have a favourable opinion of Min Min as a fighter choice.

    The stage she comes with; Spring Stadium, is visually appealing. It of course comes with music from ARMS; these tracks get the job done, even if they're a bit underwhelming in some cases. Gameplay-wise, Min Min is a unique fighter with massive range.

    Overall, this is the worst Challenger Pack thus far in my opinion. Between Byleth and Min Min, and with five more packs on the way, I hope that they can re-ignite the hype factor that Super Smash Bros. is known for.
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