New Super Smash Bros. Proximity Documentary Unveiled Today

The new Super Smash Bros. Proximity Documentary Series will premiere on Twitch today. The series, titled Metagames, follows the lives and careers of the world’s five best players.

The eight-part series will premiere today on the official metagame Twitch channel at 2:00 pm PST / eastern EST. The first three episodes will air today, the next three episodes will air on Saturday, and the last two episodes will air on Sunday. The stream runs at the same time every day. According to the documentary author, the VOD release is planned after the premiere.

The metagame was written and produced by Travis Bo Champ, creator of the 2013 Super Smash Bros. documentary “Smash Bros.”. It follows Kevin “PPMD” Nanny, Adam “Armada” Lindgren, Joseph “Mango” Marquez, Jason “Mew2King” Zimmerman, Juan “Hungry Box” Debiedma (also known as the five “Smash Gods”). ..

Last month, Nintendo issued a cease and desist order to the organizers of Big House, one of Super Smash Bros.’s most famous tournaments. The event will be held online for a pandemic, and close quarters will be played through a mod called “Slippi” that provides stable online play for the game. Nintendo said the organizer was forced to cancel the event because it was using an “illegal copied version of the game,” but players said the studio was opposed to using the “Slippi” mod. I believe. The hashtag #FreeMelee started to trend shortly after the tournament was cancelled.

Nintendo canceled the live stream of the Splatoon 2 tournament after several players renamed it to a variation of the trending hashtag. Members of both the Splatoon and Super Smash Bros. communities want to be able to convince Nintendo to change their current stance on the “Slippi” mod.

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