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@vVvRapture @louman7777777 Uh, not sure if you're trying to say that Melee's time is almost up or that it could last through Smash 4 easily but neither of those are true. Melee came extremely close to dying into Smash 64 status (without netplay too) after Brawl came out untilnit was more or less singlehandedly and spontaneously saved by a single tournament, fittingly named "Revival of Melee". The community is way bigger than it ever has been during the pre-Brawl days and the metagame is still healthy and evolving but it's gonna be a uphill battle again once Smash 4 comes out.
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@Raushad Moore Casual and competitive play can co-exist. All the seemingly subtle things he did with Brawl were hard to notice to casual players (other than "floatier" maybe) but he gave a hardcore middle finger to the veterans.
@vVvRapture To be honest being less like Brawl than Brawl isn't really saying much considering that Sakurai still considers the Melee fanbase as a vocal minority. My worst fear is Smash 4 being a mediocre (mechanics-wise) worse-than-Melee and better-than-Brawl game that will prematurely kill the Melee scene like Brawl almost did.
Look up Super Smash Land. Smash GBC would've been awesome.
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