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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
    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.
  2. Jul 15, 2020
    I put my hands together for the few pairs of Arms fans out there, and I’m sorry for all the hate this series is getting but I extend an olive branch to put the “whoas” to rest in hopes the next DLC character is someone better.
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  1. Jul 25, 2020
    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 range from good ("ARMS Grand Prix Official Theme Song", "DNA Lab") to downright annoying ("Ribbon Ring"). Gameplay-wise, Min Min is a unique fighter with massive range.

    So we have the worst DLC character choice thus far but with unique gameplay, a pretty good stage but with a mixed music selection, and a weird Spirit Board with spirits already in the base game (though there are some new ones). Altogether, this makes for a mediocre pack of DLC and thus the game's worst DLC thus far. 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.