Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Director approaches Bat for Divisive Piranha Plant Fighter

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Director

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate huge roster packs characters for almost every taste one could imagine. However, if has not stopped the enthusiasts from getting a little salty about a new addition. During the most recent Smash Bros. Ultimate Direct it was disclosed that the game’s first post-launch fighter would be a Piranha Plant. Howbeit the plant would not be a special Piranha Plant, just a regular one. Not everyone was impressed. Of course, there are lots of Piranha Plant supporters who would be out there too. Sadly you would too consider me a part of the team PP.

In an interview with the Game Informer, Smash Bros. mastermind Masahiro explained his reason behind adding Piranha Plant to the roaster.

Ultimate Director

“I believe it’s important to have a good balance as a game. In the past titles in the series, Mr. Game & Watch, R.O.B., and Duck Hunt Dog were some of the examples we offered outside of people’s typical expectations. If we don’t have these types of fighters, and we only had typical “hero/heroine” type fighters in the lineup […] it’s probably not very interesting. Correct? Also, unlike some main characters from some (not widely known) franchises, Piranha Plant is a character everyone knows well.” – said the Game Informer in a statement.

If you would jumble the words you would find that Sakurai prefers to be playing around toys with unexpected fighters. Of course, Mr. Game & watch and the Duck Hunt have been pretty widely praised. While the Piranha Plant has not been the guess of the Sakurai’s trolling.

Sakurai prefers to be around toys and fans with unexpected fighters. Mr. Game & watch and the Hunt Dog were both praised pretty widely. In the meantime, Piranha Plant has not been. Probably Sakurai’s trolling backfired at this time.

The brawl has been brought by Nintendo Switch on December 4. Everyone who purchases and plays the game before January 31, 2019 will get free access to the Plant.

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