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Full list of upcoming games on the Nintendo Switch (US) (Updated 9/19/2020)

2020.09.19 16:56 CaspianX2 Full list of upcoming games on the Nintendo Switch (US) (Updated 9/19/2020)

Console exclusives (games that are also on PC and/or mobile, but not on other consoles) in Italics. Nintendo exclusives (games that are only on Nintendo platforms) in bold.
For those looking at this list and not sure what's likely to be noteworthy, I have compiled a page with noteworthy releases on Switch for September 2020. Please give them a look if you want to see what games are likely to be some of September's highlights!
As for the full list of upcoming games, here you go:
Games Release date Date confirmed by?
Rebel Galaxy Outlaw 9/22/20 Official Website/Official Website
Castlestorm 2 9/23/20 Nintendo.com
Orbit XL 9/23/20 Nintendo.com
Twin Breaker: A Sacred Symbols Adventure 9/23/20 Nintendo.com
Unrailed! 9/23/20 Nintendo.com
Alluris 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Big-Bobby-Car - The BigRace 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Breakpoint 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Dungreed 9/24/20 Official Trailer
Embracelet 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Going Under 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Gothic Murder: Adventure That Changes Destiny 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Great Conqueror: Rome 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Lost Ember 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Micro Pico Racers 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
My Diggy Dog 2 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Retro Classix Collection #1: Data East 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Rivals of Aether 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Roller Coaster Tycoon 3 Complete Edition 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Secrets of Me 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
This is the Zodiac Speaking 9/24/20 Official Twitter Post
Wartile 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Car Driving School Simulator 9/25/20 Nintendo.com
Jet Set Knights 9/25/20 Nintendo.com
Port Royale 4 9/25/20 Official Twitter Post
TrollHunters: Defenders of Arcadia 9/25/20 Nintendo.com
Bacon Man: An Adventure 9/25/20 Nintendo.com
Undead Darlings ~No Cure For Love~ 9/28/20 Nintendo.com
Umihara Kawase Bazooka! 9/29/20 Official Trailer
Projection: First Light 9/30/20 Nintendo.com
Detective Case and Clown Bot in: Murder in The Hotel Lisbon 9/30/20 Nintendo.com
Sunless Skies: Sovereign Edition August/September 2020 Official Twitter Post
Curved Space September 2020 Official Trailer
Drive Buy September 2020 Official Trailer/Official Twitter Post
Gamer Girl September 2020 Official Trailer (Trailer no longer available)
Alwa's Legacy Summer 2020 Official Twitter Post
Calico Summer 2020 Official Website
Eldest Souls (Timed Console Exclusive) Summer 2020 Nintendo.com
King of the Hat Summer 2020 Nintendo.com
Rogue Heroes: Ruins of Tasos Summer 2020 Official Website
Alter Cosmos Q3 2020 Official Website
Counter Terrorist Agency Q3 2020 Official Website
Crown Trick Q3 2020 Official Website
Driftland: The Magic Revival Q3 2020 Official Website
Dungeon Defenders Awakened (Timed Exclusive) Q3 2020 Official Twitter Post
Farm Mechanic Simulator Q3 2020 Official Website
Lord Winklebottom Investigates Q3 2020 Official Website
Nogunz: Doppelganger Edition Q3 2020 Official Trailer
The Academy: The First Riddle Q3 2020 Official Trailer
Train Mechanic Simulator Q3 2020 Official Website
Candy Raid: The Factory 10/1/20 Nintendo.com
Farm Builder 10/1/20 Nintendo.com
Filament 10/1/20 Nintendo.com
Liege Dragon 10/1/20 Nintendo.com
Smoots World Cup Tennis 10/1/20 Nintendo.com
Super Mario Bros. 35 (Limited Release, Nintendo Switch Online Subscription Required) 10/1/20 Nintendo.com
Warsaw 10/1/20 Nintendo.com
Ys Origin 10/1/20 Nintendo.com
103 10/2/20 Nintendo.com
Make a Killing 10/2/20 Nintendo.com
Agatha Christie - The ABC Murders 10/6/20 Nintendo.com
Let's Sing: Queen 10/6/20 Official Website
Nickelodeon Kart Racers 2 10/6/20 Nintendo.com
Aery: Sky Castle 10/8/20 Nintendo.com
Game Dev Tycoon 10/8/20 Nintendo.com
I Am Dead (Timed Exclusive) 10/8/20 Nintendo.com
Ikenfell 10/8/20 Official Twitter Post
Piofore: Fated Memories 10/8/20 Nintendo.com
Puddle Knights 10/8/20 Nintendo.com
Torn Tales: Rebound Edition 10/8/20 Nintendo.com
Ben 10: Power Trip! 10/9/20 Nintendo.com
FIFA 21 Nintendo Switch Legacy Edition 10/9/20 Nintendo.com
The Survivalists 10/9/20 Nintendo.com
GI Joe: Operation Blackout 10/13/20 Nintendo.com
Prinny 1•2: Exploded and Reloaded 10/13/20 Official Trailer
Prinny: Can I Really Be the Hero? 10/13/20 Nintendo.com
Prinny 2: Dawn of Operation Panties, Dood! 10/13/20 Nintendo.com
Robotics;Notes Double Pack 10/13/20 Official Trailer
Transformers: Battlegrounds 10/13/20 Official Trailer
Alpaca Ball: Allstars 10/15/20 Official Website
Batbarian: Testament of the Primordials 10/15/20 Official Twitter Post
Burst Shooter 10/13/20 Nintendo.com
Cloudpunk 10/15/20 Official Trailer
Hardcore Mecha 10/15/20 Nintendo.com
Ring of Pain 10/15/20 Official Trailer
Space Crew 10/15/20 Official Trailer
9 Monkeys of Shaolin 10/16/20 Nintendo.com
Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit 10/16/20 Super Mario Bros. 35th Anniversary Direct
Zoids Wild Blast Unleashed 10/16/20 Nintedo.com
Carto 10/27/20 Official Trailer
Cobra Kai 10/27/20 Official Trailer (IGN Exclusive)
My Universe - Fashion Boutique 10/27/20 Official Website
The Bluecoats - North & South 10/27/20 Official Website
Gibbous - A Cthulhu Adventure 10/28/20 Official Twitter Post
Mad Rat Dead 10/30/20 Official Trailer
Pikmin 3 Deluxe 10/30/20 Nintendo.com
Dusk Halloween 2020 Official Trailer
Hidden Objects Collection October 2020 Official Trailer
Maid of Sker October 2020 Official Twitter Post
Monster Truck Championship October 2020 Official Trailer
Oddworld: New 'N Tasty October 2020 Official Trailer
Slide Stars October 2020 Official Website
Bakugan: Champions of Vestroia (Multiple Versions) 11/3/20 Nintendo.com
Jurassic World Evolution: Complete Edition 11/3/20 Nintendo.com
My Universe - School Teacher 11/3/20 Official Website
PAW Patrol Mighty Pups Save Adventure Bay 11/6/20 Official Trailer
Fuser 11/10/20 Nintendo.com
My Universe - Cooking Star Restaurant 11/10/20 Official Website
Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin 11/10/20 Nintendo.com
XIII 11/10/20 Official Trailer (IGN Summer of Gaming Event 2020)
Just Dance 2021 11/12/20 Nintendo.com
Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory 11/13/20 Nintendo.com
Let's Sing 2021 11/13/20 Official Website
Cris Tales 11/17/20 Official Website
Professor Rubik's Brain Fitness 11/17/20 Official Website
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? 11/17/20 Official Website
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity 11/20/20 Nintendo.com
Cafe Enchante November 2020 Official Website
Death Crown November 2020 Official Trailer
Ruggero Deodato's Cannibal November 2020 Official Website
Chronos: Before the Ashes 12/1/20 Official Twitter Post
Empire of Sin 12/1/20 Nintendo.com
Shiren the Wanderer: The Tower of Fortune and the Dice of Fate 12/2/20 Official Twitter Post
Immortals Fenyx Rising (formerly Gods & Monsters) 12/3/20 Official Trailer
Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise 12/4/20 Nintendo.com
Puyo Puyo Tetris 2 12/8/20 Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase August 2020
Collection of SaGa Final Fantasy Legend 12/15/20 Nintendo.com
Override 2: Super Mech League December 2020 Official Trailer
Pretty Princess Party December 2020 Official Website
Apex Legends Fall 2020 Nintendo Twitter Post
Axiom Verge 2 Fall 2020 Indie World Showcase 12.10.2019
Commandos 2 HD Remaster Fall 2020 Official Website
Cyanide and Happiness: Freakpocalypse: Part 1 (Timed Console Exclusive) Fall 2020 Nintendo.com
Cyber Shadow Fall 2020 Official Website
GONNER2 Fall 2020 Nintendo.com
Grindstone Fall 2020 Nintendo.com
Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm Fall 2020 Official Trailer
PixelJunk Eden 2 Fall 2020 Nintendo.com
Roki Fall 2020 Publisher Post on Reddit
Shantae: Risky's Revenge - Director's Cut Fall 2020 Official Twitter Post
The Red Lantern Fall 2020 Nintendo.com
Torchlight III Fall 2020 Nintendo.com
Harvest Moon: One World Autumn 2020 (European Release Date) Nintendo.co.uk
Toy Soldiers HD Autumn 2020 Official Website
Alchemic Cutie Q4 2020 Official Website
Circadian City Q4 2020 Announce Trailer
Defense Corp Q4 2020 Developer Comment on Reddit
Ever Forward Q4 2020 Official Website
Metal Revolution Q4 2020 Official Announcement on New Game+ Expo Live Stream (via Gematsu)
Pumpkin Jack Q4 2020 Official Trailer
Golden Force Last Quarter 2020 Official Trailer
Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & The Secret Fairy Winter 2020 Official Trailer
Clive 'N' Wrench Winter 2020 Official Trailer
Taiko No Tatsujin: Rhythmic Adventure Pack Winter 2020 Nintendo.com
B.Ark (Timed Exclusive) Late 2020 Nintendo.com
Beach Buggy Racing 2 Late 2020 Official Website
Charterstone Late 2020 Official Trailer
Dicey Dungeons Late 2020 Nintendo.com
Hoa Late 2020 Wholesome Direct 5-26-2020
Phogs! Late 2020 Nintendo.com
Quantum League Late 2020 Nintendo.com
Signs of the Sojourner Late 2020 Official Trailer
Dangerous Driving 2 Holiday 2020 Official Website
Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World: The Game Complete Edition Holiday 2020 Official Twitter Post
Sniper Elite 4 Holiday 2020 Nintendo.com
Speed 3 Grand Prix Holiday 2020 Official Trailer
Re:Zero – The Prophecy of the Throne Winter 2020/2021 Official Trailer
Aground 2020 Official Website
Astrodogs 2020 Developer post on Reddit
Black Book 2020 Official Trailer
Bladed Fury 2020 Official Twitter Post
Boyfriend Dungeon 2020 Nintendo.com
Bravely Default II 2020 Nintendo.com
Breakpoint 2020 Official Twitter Post
Car Mechanic Flipper 2020 Official Website
Circuit Superstars 2020 Official Website
Collapsus 2020 Official Website
Conarium 2020 Official Trailer
Cthulhu: Books of Ancients 2020 Official Website
DARQ: Complete Edition 2020 Official Trailer
Devil's Hunt 2020 Official Twitter Post
Digimon Survive 2020 Anime Expo panel (relayed by NintendoEverything.com)
Door Kickers 2020 QubicGames 2020 Direct
Eastward 2020 Nintendo.com
Electrix 2020 Official Website
Farm & Fix 2020 2020 Official Website
Farm Manager 2018 2020 Official Website
Flipper Mechanic 2020 Official Website
Gearshifters 2020 Official Website
God Fire 2020 QubicGames 2020 Direct
Good Night Knight 2020 QubicGames 2020 Direct
Greak: Memories of Azur 2020 Official Trailer
Hatch Tales (Formerly Chicken Wiggle Workshop) 2020 Official Website
Haven 2020 Nintendo.com
Hazel Sky 2020 Official Trailer
Heaven's Vault 2020 Official Twitter Post
Hellpoint 2020 Official Twitter Post
Hero: Flood Rescue 2020 Official Website
Hindsight 20/20 2020 Announce Trailer
Hyperbrawl Tournament 2020 Official Website
Kingpin: Reloaded 2020 Official Trailer
King's Bounty II 2020 Nintendo.com
Littlewood 2020 Official Twitter Page
Lords of Exile 2020 Official Website/Official Trailer
Mail Mole 2020 Official Trailer
Maneater 2020 Official Twitter Post
Mars Horizon 2020 Official Website
Moero Crystal H 2020 Official Trailer
Moon Village 2020 Official Website
Mushrooms: Forest Walker 2020 Official Website
N1RV Ann-A 2020 Announce Trailer
Necrobarista 2020 Official Twitter Page
Nyx: The Awakening 2020 Official Reveal Teaser/Official Website
Olija 2020 Official Twitter Post
Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 - The Official Videogame 2020 Official Website
P.U.G.S. Agents 2020 Official Website
Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire 2020 Interview With Developer
Plastic Rebellion 2020 Official Website
Poker Club 4K 2020 Official Trailer
Real Boxing 2 2020 QubicGames 2020 Direct
Robotics;Notes Elite 2020 Official Website
Scourge Bringer 2020 Nintendo.com
Sail Forth 2020 Nintendo.com
Samurai Gunn 2 2020 Nintendo.com
Spacebase Startopia 2020 Announce Trailer
Spin Rhythm XD 2020 Announce Trailer
Tennis World Tour 2 2020 Official Trailer
The Good Life 2020 Nintendo.com
This Is Pool 2020 Official Website
This Is Snooker 2020 Official Website
Those Who Remain 2020 Official Twitter Page
Trigger Witch 2020 Kinda Funny Games E3 Showcase
Unheard 2020 Official Twitter Post
Unlucky Seven 2020 Official Website
Unto the End 2020 Official Trailer
Zengeon 2020 Official Trailer
Purrtato Tail: By the Light of the Elderstar 2020 "or when it's done" Official Fact Sheet
House Designer 2020/2021 Official Website
Ring of Life: Survive in Proxima 2020/2021 Official Website
Iris.Fall 1/7/21 Nintendo.com
Little Nightmares II 2/1/21 Official Twitter Post
Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury 2/12/21 Nintendo.com
Wrath: Aeon of Ruin 2/25/21 Official Website
Balan Wonderworld 3/26/21 Official Twitter Post
Monster Hunter Rise 3/26/21 Nintendo.com
Turrican Anthology Vol. 1 February/March 2021 Official Website
Turrican Anthology Vol. 2 February/March 2021 Official Website
Sky: Children of the Light "A few months into 2021" Official Website
Blue Fire (Timed Exclusive) Q1 2021 Nintendo.com
Foreclosed Q2 2021 Developer Interview
Pet Clinic - Cats & Dogs Q1 2021 Official Website
Wonder Boy: Asha in Monster World Q1 2021 Official Gamescom Trailer (via IGN)
Turrican Collector's Edition April/May 2021 Official Website
Big Rumble Boxing: Creed Champions Spring 2021 Nintendo.com
Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Spring 2021 Official Trailer
Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne HD Remaster Spring 2021 Nintendo Direct Mini 7-20-20 Partner Showcase
Subnautica Early 2021 Nintendo.com
Subnautica: Below Zero Early 2021 Nintendo.com
Disgaea 6: Defiance of Destiny Summer 2021 Nintendo.com
Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin Summer 2021 Nintendo.com
Ys IX: Monstrum Nox Summer 2021 Official Trailer
Party Crasher Simulator Second Half of 2021 Official Press Release
The Lord of the Rings: Gollum Late 2021 Gamescom 2020 presentation (via Dailyradar)
Aeon Must Die 2021 Official Trailer
Backbone 2021 Official Website
Bear and Breakfast (Timed console exclusive) 2021 Nintendo.com
Card Shark 2021 Nintendo.com
Dordogne 2021 Official Trailer
Dual Gear 2021 Official Trailer
Earth Defense Force: World Brothers 2021 Official Trailer (Gamespot Exclusive)
Fallen Legion: Revenants 2021 Official Trailer (New Games Plus Expo 2020)
Gamedec 2021 Official Trailer (Gamescom 2020)
Garden Story 2021 Nintendo.com
Graven 2021 Official Trailer
Lost in Random 2021 Official Press Release
Lost Words 2021 Official Twitter Post
Mineko's Night Market 2021 Nintendo.com
No More Heroes 3 2021 Nintendo.com/Official Twitter Post
Rogue Lords 2021 Official Trailer
Rune Factory 5 2021 Nintendo.com
Serial Cleaners 2021 Official Trailer
She Dreams Elsewhere 2021 Nintendo.com
Shin Megami Tensei V 2021 Nintendo Direct Mini 7-20-20 Partner Showcase
Skatebird 2021 Indie World Showcase 12.10.2019/Official Statement on Kickstarter.com
Starbase Startopia 2021 Official Twitter Post
Saviors of Sapphire Wings/Stranger of Sword City Revisited 2021 Official Trailer
Summer at the Edge of the Universe 2021 Official Twitter Post
Tormented Souls 2021 Official Trailer
Trails of Cold Steel IV 2021 Official Trailer
Vampire: The Masquerade - Swansong 2021 Official Trailer
Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Storm Ground 2021 Official Trailer (via IGN - Gamescom 2020)
Sea of Stars 2022 Official Trailer/Official Trailer
(Note: TBA Dates and Missed Release Dates in comments)
I miss anything? Mis-marked exclusivity? Have an official source with updated info? Let me know!
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2020.09.12 20:00 CaspianX2 Full list of upcoming games on the Nintendo Switch (US) (Updated 9/12/2020)

Console exclusives (games that are also on PC and/or mobile, but not on other consoles) in Italics. Nintendo exclusives (games that are only on Nintendo platforms) in bold.
For those looking at this list and not sure what's likely to be noteworthy, I have compiled a page with noteworthy releases on Switch for September 2020. Please give them a look if you want to see what games are likely to be some of September's highlights!
As for the full list of upcoming games, here you go:
Games Release date Date confirmed by?
Rebel Galaxy Outlaw 9/22/20 Official Website/Official Website
Castlestorm 2 9/23/20 Nintendo.com
Orbit XL 9/23/20 Nintendo.com
Twin Breaker: A Sacred Symbols Adventure 9/23/20 Nintendo.com
Unrailed! 9/23/20 Nintendo.com
Alluris 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Big-Bobby-Car - The BigRace 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Breakpoint 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Dungreed 9/24/20 Official Trailer
Embracelet 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Going Under 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Gothic Murder: Adventure That Changes Destiny 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Great Conqueror: Rome 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Lost Ember 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Micro Pico Racers 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
My Diggy Dog 2 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Retro Classix Collection #1: Data East 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Rivals of Aether 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Roller Coaster Tycoon 3 Complete Edition 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Secrets of Me 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
This is the Zodiac Speaking 9/24/20 Official Twitter Post
Wartile 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Car Driving School Simulator 9/25/20 Nintendo.com
Jet Set Knights 9/25/20 Nintendo.com
Port Royale 4 9/25/20 Official Twitter Post
TrollHunters: Defenders of Arcadia 9/25/20 Nintendo.com
Bacon Man: An Adventure 9/25/20 Nintendo.com
Undead Darlings ~No Cure For Love~ 9/28/20 Nintendo.com
Umihara Kawase Bazooka! 9/29/20 Official Trailer
Projection: First Light 9/30/20 Nintendo.com
Detective Case and Clown Bot in: Murder in The Hotel Lisbon 9/30/20 Nintendo.com
Sunless Skies: Sovereign Edition August/September 2020 Official Twitter Post
Curved Space September 2020 Official Trailer
Drive Buy September 2020 Official Trailer/Official Twitter Post
Gamer Girl September 2020 Official Trailer (Trailer no longer available)
Alwa's Legacy Summer 2020 Official Twitter Post
Calico Summer 2020 Official Website
Eldest Souls (Timed Console Exclusive) Summer 2020 Nintendo.com
King of the Hat Summer 2020 Nintendo.com
Rogue Heroes: Ruins of Tasos Summer 2020 Official Website
Alter Cosmos Q3 2020 Official Website
Counter Terrorist Agency Q3 2020 Official Website
Crown Trick Q3 2020 Official Website
Driftland: The Magic Revival Q3 2020 Official Website
Dungeon Defenders Awakened (Timed Exclusive) Q3 2020 Official Twitter Post
Farm Mechanic Simulator Q3 2020 Official Website
Lord Winklebottom Investigates Q3 2020 Official Website
Nogunz: Doppelganger Edition Q3 2020 Official Trailer
The Academy: The First Riddle Q3 2020 Official Trailer
Train Mechanic Simulator Q3 2020 Official Website
Candy Raid: The Factory 10/1/20 Nintendo.com
Farm Builder 10/1/20 Nintendo.com
Filament 10/1/20 Nintendo.com
Liege Dragon 10/1/20 Nintendo.com
Smoots World Cup Tennis 10/1/20 Nintendo.com
Super Mario Bros. 35 (Limited Release, Nintendo Switch Online Subscription Required) 10/1/20 Nintendo.com
Warsaw 10/1/20 Nintendo.com
Ys Origin 10/1/20 Nintendo.com
103 10/2/20 Nintendo.com
Make a Killing 10/2/20 Nintendo.com
Agatha Christie - The ABC Murders 10/6/20 Nintendo.com
Let's Sing: Queen 10/6/20 Official Website
Nickelodeon Kart Racers 2 10/6/20 Nintendo.com
Aery: Sky Castle 10/8/20 Nintendo.com
Game Dev Tycoon 10/8/20 Nintendo.com
I Am Dead (Timed Exclusive) 10/8/20 Nintendo.com
Ikenfell 10/8/20 Official Twitter Post
Piofore: Fated Memories 10/8/20 Nintendo.com
Puddle Knights 10/8/20 Nintendo.com
Torn Tales: Rebound Edition 10/8/20 Nintendo.com
Ben 10: Power Trip! 10/9/20 Nintendo.com
FIFA 21 Nintendo Switch Legacy Edition 10/9/20 Nintendo.com
The Survivalists 10/9/20 Nintendo.com
GI Joe: Operation Blackout 10/13/20 Nintendo.com
Prinny 1•2: Exploded and Reloaded 10/13/20 Official Trailer
Prinny: Can I Really Be the Hero? 10/13/20 Nintendo.com
Prinny 2: Dawn of Operation Panties, Dood! 10/13/20 Nintendo.com
Robotics;Notes Double Pack 10/13/20 Official Trailer
Transformers: Battlegrounds 10/13/20 Official Trailer
Alpaca Ball: Allstars 10/15/20 Official Website
Batbarian: Testament of the Primordials 10/15/20 Official Twitter Post
Burst Shooter 10/13/20 Nintendo.com
Cloudpunk 10/15/20 Official Trailer
Hardcore Mecha 10/15/20 Nintendo.com
Ring of Pain 10/15/20 Official Trailer
Space Crew 10/15/20 Official Trailer
9 Monkeys of Shaolin 10/16/20 Nintendo.com
Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit 10/16/20 Super Mario Bros. 35th Anniversary Direct
Zoids Wild Blast Unleashed 10/16/20 Nintedo.com
Carto 10/27/20 Official Trailer
Cobra Kai 10/27/20 Official Trailer (IGN Exclusive)
My Universe - Fashion Boutique 10/27/20 Official Website
The Bluecoats - North & South 10/27/20 Official Website
Gibbous - A Cthulhu Adventure 10/28/20 Official Twitter Post
Mad Rat Dead 10/30/20 Official Trailer
Pikmin 3 Deluxe 10/30/20 Nintendo.com
Dusk Halloween 2020 Official Trailer
Hidden Objects Collection October 2020 Official Trailer
Maid of Sker October 2020 Official Twitter Post
Monster Truck Championship October 2020 Official Trailer
Oddworld: New 'N Tasty October 2020 Official Trailer
Slide Stars October 2020 Official Website
Bakugan: Champions of Vestroia (Multiple Versions) 11/3/20 Nintendo.com
Jurassic World Evolution: Complete Edition 11/3/20 Nintendo.com
My Universe - School Teacher 11/3/20 Official Website
PAW Patrol Mighty Pups Save Adventure Bay 11/6/20 Official Trailer
Fuser 11/10/20 Nintendo.com
My Universe - Cooking Star Restaurant 11/10/20 Official Website
Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin 11/10/20 Nintendo.com
XIII 11/10/20 Official Trailer (IGN Summer of Gaming Event 2020)
Just Dance 2021 11/12/20 Nintendo.com
Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory 11/13/20 Nintendo.com
Let's Sing 2021 11/13/20 Official Website
Cris Tales 11/17/20 Official Website
Professor Rubik's Brain Fitness 11/17/20 Official Website
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? 11/17/20 Official Website
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity 11/20/20 Nintendo.com
Cafe Enchante November 2020 Official Website
Death Crown November 2020 Official Trailer
Ruggero Deodato's Cannibal November 2020 Official Website
Chronos: Before the Ashes 12/1/20 Official Twitter Post
Empire of Sin 12/1/20 Nintendo.com
Immortals Fenyx Rising (formerly Gods & Monsters) 12/3/20 Official Trailer
Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise 12/4/20 Nintendo.com
Puyo Puyo Tetris 2 12/8/20 Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase August 2020
Collection of SaGa Final Fantasy Legend 12/15/20 Nintendo.com
Override 2: Super Mech League December 2020 Official Trailer
Pretty Princess Party December 2020 Official Website
Apex Legends Fall 2020 Nintendo Twitter Post
Axiom Verge 2 Fall 2020 Indie World Showcase 12.10.2019
Commandos 2 HD Remaster Fall 2020 Official Website
Cyanide and Happiness: Freakpocalypse: Part 1 (Timed Console Exclusive) Fall 2020 Nintendo.com
Cyber Shadow Fall 2020 Official Website
GONNER2 Fall 2020 Nintendo.com
Grindstone Fall 2020 Nintendo.com
Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm Fall 2020 Official Trailer
PixelJunk Eden 2 Fall 2020 Nintendo.com
Roki Fall 2020 Publisher Post on Reddit
Shantae: Risky's Revenge - Director's Cut Fall 2020 Official Twitter Post
The Red Lantern Fall 2020 Nintendo.com
Torchlight III Fall 2020 Nintendo.com
Harvest Moon: One World Autumn 2020 (European Release Date) Nintendo.co.uk
Toy Soldiers HD Autumn 2020 Official Website
Alchemic Cutie Q4 2020 Official Website
Circadian City Q4 2020 Announce Trailer
Defense Corp Q4 2020 Developer Comment on Reddit
Ever Forward Q4 2020 Official Website
Metal Revolution Q4 2020 Official Announcement on New Game+ Expo Live Stream (via Gematsu)
Pumpkin Jack Q4 2020 Official Trailer
Golden Force Last Quarter 2020 Official Trailer
Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & The Secret Fairy Winter 2020 Official Trailer
Clive 'N' Wrench Winter 2020 Official Trailer
Taiko No Tatsujin: Rhythmic Adventure Pack Winter 2020 Nintendo.com
B.Ark (Timed Exclusive) Late 2020 Nintendo.com
Beach Buggy Racing 2 Late 2020 Official Website
Charterstone Late 2020 Official Trailer
Dicey Dungeons Late 2020 Nintendo.com
Hoa Late 2020 Wholesome Direct 5-26-2020
Phogs! Late 2020 Nintendo.com
Quantum League Late 2020 Nintendo.com
Signs of the Sojourner Late 2020 Official Trailer
Dangerous Driving 2 Holiday 2020 Official Website
Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World: The Game Complete Edition Holiday 2020 Official Twitter Post
Sniper Elite 4 Holiday 2020 Nintendo.com
Speed 3 Grand Prix Holiday 2020 Official Trailer
Re:Zero – The Prophecy of the Throne Winter 2020/2021 Official Trailer
Aground 2020 Official Website
Astrodogs 2020 Developer post on Reddit
Black Book 2020 Official Trailer
Bladed Fury 2020 Official Twitter Post
Boyfriend Dungeon 2020 Nintendo.com
Bravely Default II 2020 Nintendo.com
Breakpoint 2020 Official Twitter Post
Car Mechanic Flipper 2020 Official Website
Circuit Superstars 2020 Official Website
Collapsus 2020 Official Website
Conarium 2020 Official Trailer
Cthulhu: Books of Ancients 2020 Official Website
DARQ: Complete Edition 2020 Official Trailer
Devil's Hunt 2020 Official Twitter Post
Digimon Survive 2020 Anime Expo panel (relayed by NintendoEverything.com)
Door Kickers 2020 QubicGames 2020 Direct
Eastward 2020 Nintendo.com
Electrix 2020 Official Website
Farm & Fix 2020 2020 Official Website
Farm Manager 2018 2020 Official Website
Flipper Mechanic 2020 Official Website
Gearshifters 2020 Official Website
God Fire 2020 QubicGames 2020 Direct
Good Night Knight 2020 QubicGames 2020 Direct
Greak: Memories of Azur 2020 Official Trailer
Hatch Tales (Formerly Chicken Wiggle Workshop) 2020 Official Website
Haven 2020 Nintendo.com
Hazel Sky 2020 Official Trailer
Heaven's Vault 2020 Official Twitter Post
Hellpoint 2020 Official Twitter Post
Hero: Flood Rescue 2020 Official Website
Hindsight 20/20 2020 Announce Trailer
Hyperbrawl Tournament 2020 Official Website
Kingpin: Reloaded 2020 Official Trailer
King's Bounty II 2020 Nintendo.com
Littlewood 2020 Official Twitter Page
Lords of Exile 2020 Official Website/Official Trailer
Mail Mole 2020 Official Trailer
Maneater 2020 Official Twitter Post
Mars Horizon 2020 Official Website
Moero Crystal H 2020 Official Trailer
Moon Village 2020 Official Website
Mushrooms: Forest Walker 2020 Official Website
N1RV Ann-A 2020 Announce Trailer
Necrobarista 2020 Official Twitter Page
Nyx: The Awakening 2020 Official Reveal Teaser/Official Website
Olija 2020 Official Twitter Post
Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 - The Official Videogame 2020 Official Website
P.U.G.S. Agents 2020 Official Website
Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire 2020 Interview With Developer
Plastic Rebellion 2020 Official Website
Poker Club 4K 2020 Official Trailer
Real Boxing 2 2020 QubicGames 2020 Direct
Robotics;Notes Elite 2020 Official Website
Scourge Bringer 2020 Nintendo.com
Sail Forth 2020 Nintendo.com
Samurai Gunn 2 2020 Nintendo.com
Shiren the Wanderer: The Tower of Fortune and the Dice of Fate 2020 Official Trailer
Spacebase Startopia 2020 Announce Trailer
Spin Rhythm XD 2020 Announce Trailer
Tennis World Tour 2 2020 Official Trailer
The Good Life 2020 Nintendo.com
This Is Pool 2020 Official Website
This Is Snooker 2020 Official Website
Those Who Remain 2020 Official Twitter Page
Trigger Witch 2020 Kinda Funny Games E3 Showcase
Unheard 2020 Official Twitter Post
Unlucky Seven 2020 Official Website
Unto the End 2020 Official Trailer
Zengeon 2020 Official Trailer
Purrtato Tail: By the Light of the Elderstar 2020 "or when it's done" Official Fact Sheet
House Designer 2020/2021 Official Website
Ring of Life: Survive in Proxima 2020/2021 Official Website
Iris.Fall 1/7/21 Nintendo.com
Little Nightmares II 2/1/21 Official Twitter Post
Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury 2/12/21 Nintendo.com
Wrath: Aeon of Ruin 2/25/21 Official Website
Balan Wonderworld 3/26/21 Official Twitter Post
Monster Hunter Rise 3/26/21 Nintendo.com
Turrican Anthology Vol. 1 February/March 2021 Official Website
Turrican Anthology Vol. 2 February/March 2021 Official Website
Sky: Children of the Light "A few months into 2021" Official Website
Blue Fire (Timed Exclusive) Q1 2021 Nintendo.com
Foreclosed Q2 2021 Developer Interview
Pet Clinic - Cats & Dogs Q1 2021 Official Website
Wonder Boy: Asha in Monster World Q1 2021 Official Gamescom Trailer (via IGN)
Turrican Collector's Edition April/May 2021 Official Website
Big Rumble Boxing: Creed Champions Spring 2021 Nintendo.com
Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Spring 2021 Official Trailer
Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne HD Remaster Spring 2021 Nintendo Direct Mini 7-20-20 Partner Showcase
Subnautica Early 2021 Nintendo.com
Subnautica: Below Zero Early 2021 Nintendo.com
Disgaea 6: Defiance of Destiny Summer 2021 Nintendo.com
Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin Summer 2021 Nintendo.com
Ys IX: Monstrum Nox Summer 2021 Official Trailer
Party Crasher Simulator Second Half of 2021 Official Press Release
The Lord of the Rings: Gollum Late 2021 Gamescom 2020 presentation (via Dailyradar)
Aeon Must Die 2021 Official Trailer
Backbone 2021 Official Website
Bear and Breakfast (Timed console exclusive) 2021 Nintendo.com
Card Shark 2021 Nintendo.com
Dordogne 2021 Official Trailer
Dual Gear 2021 Official Trailer
Earth Defense Force: World Brothers 2021 Official Trailer (Gamespot Exclusive)
Fallen Legion: Revenants 2021 Official Trailer (New Games Plus Expo 2020)
Gamedec 2021 Official Trailer (Gamescom 2020)
Garden Story 2021 Nintendo.com
Graven 2021 Official Trailer
Lost in Random 2021 Official Press Release
Lost Words 2021 Official Twitter Post
Mineko's Night Market 2021 Nintendo.com
No More Heroes 3 2021 Nintendo.com/Official Twitter Post
Rogue Lords 2021 Official Trailer
Rune Factory 5 2021 Nintendo.com
Serial Cleaners 2021 Official Trailer
She Dreams Elsewhere 2021 Nintendo.com
Shin Megami Tensei V 2021 Nintendo Direct Mini 7-20-20 Partner Showcase
Skatebird 2021 Indie World Showcase 12.10.2019/Official Statement on Kickstarter.com
Starbase Startopia 2021 Official Twitter Post
Saviors of Sapphire Wings/Stranger of Sword City Revisited 2021 Official Trailer
Summer at the Edge of the Universe 2021 Official Twitter Post
Tormented Souls 2021 Official Trailer
Trails of Cold Steel IV 2021 Official Trailer
Vampire: The Masquerade - Swansong 2021 Official Trailer
Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Storm Ground 2021 Official Trailer (via IGN - Gamescom 2020)
Sea of Stars 2022 Official Trailer/Official Trailer
(Note: TBA Dates and Missed Release Dates in comments)
I miss anything? Mis-marked exclusivity? Have an official source with updated info? Let me know!
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2020.09.05 21:11 CaspianX2 Full list of upcoming games on the Nintendo Switch (US) (Updated 9/5/2020)

Console exclusives (games that are also on PC and/or mobile, but not on other consoles) in Italics. Nintendo exclusives (games that are only on Nintendo platforms) in bold.
For those looking at this list and not sure what's likely to be noteworthy, I have compiled a page with noteworthy releases on Switch for September 2020. Please give them a look if you want to see what games are likely to be some of September's highlights!
As for the full list of upcoming games, here you go:
Games Release date Date confirmed by?
Fight Crab 9/15/20 Nintendo.com
Her Majesty's Ship 9/15/20 Nintendo.com
Iris.Fall 9/15/20 Nintendo.com
Active Neurons 2 9/16/20 Nintendo.com
Dog Duty 9/17/20 Nintendo.com
Drag Racing Rivals 9/17/20 Nintendo.com
Endurance - Space Action 9/17/20 Nintendo.com
Flying Soldiers 9/17/20 Nintendo.com
Mini Motor Racing X 9/17/20 Nintendo.com
Moero Crystal H 9/17/20 Nintendo.com
Nevaeh 9/17/20 Nintendo.com
Super Punch Patrol 9/17/20 Nintndo.com
Vampire's Fall: Origins 9/17/20 Nintendo.com
Georifters 9/18/20 Nintendo.com
GORSD 9/18/20 Nintendo.com
Journey of the Broken Circle 9/18/20 Nintendo.com
Saboteur SiO 9/18/20 Nintendo.com
Super Mario 3D All-Stars (Limited Release) 9/18/20 Nintendo.com
The Secret Order: Return to the Buried Kingdom 9/18/20 Nintendo.com
WWE 2K Battlegrounds 9/18/20 Nintendo.com
Rebel Galaxy Outlaw 9/22/20 Official Website/Official Website
Castlestorm 2 9/23/20 Nintendo.com
Unrailed! 9/23/20 Nintendo.com
Alluris 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Big-Bobby-Car - The BigRace 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Dungreed 9/24/20 Official Trailer
Going Under 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Lost Ember 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Micro Pico Racers 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Roller Coaster Tycoon 3 Complete Edition 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
This is the Zodiac Speaking 9/24/20 Official Twitter Post
Wartile 9/24/20 Nintendo.com
Port Royale 4 9/25/20 Official Twitter Post
TrollHunters: Defenders of Arcadia 9/25/20 Nintendo.com
Projection First Light 9/25/20 Official Trailer
Bacon Man: An Adventure 9/25/20 Nintendo.com
Umihara Kawase Bazooka! 9/29/20 Official Trailer
Sunless Skies: Sovereign Edition August/September 2020 Official Twitter Post
Curved Space September 2020 Official Trailer
Drive Buy September 2020 Official Trailer/Official Twitter Post
Embracelet September 2020 Official Trailer
Gamer Girl September 2020 Official Trailer (Trailer no longer available)
Alwa's Legacy Summer 2020 Official Twitter Post
Calico Summer 2020 Official Website
Eldest Souls (Timed Console Exclusive) Summer 2020 Nintendo.com
King of the Hat Summer 2020 Nintendo.com
Rivals of Aether: Definitive Edition Summer 2020 Official Trailer
Rogue Heroes: Ruins of Tasos Summer 2020 Official Website
Alter Cosmos Q3 2020 Official Website
Counter Terrorist Agency Q3 2020 Official Website
Crown Trick Q3 2020 Official Website
Driftland: The Magic Revival Q3 2020 Official Website
Dungeon Defenders Awakened (Timed Exclusive) Q3 2020 Official Twitter Post
Farm Mechanic Simulator Q3 2020 Official Website
Lord Winklebottom Investigates Q3 2020 Official Website
Nogunz: Doppelganger Edition Q3 2020 Official Trailer
The Academy: The First Riddle Q3 2020 Official Trailer
Train Mechanic Simulator Q3 2020 Official Website
Candy Raid: The Factory 10/1/20 Nintendo.com
Farm Builder 10/1/20 Nintendo.com
Filament 10/1/20 Nintendo.com
Super Mario Bros. 35 (Limited Release, Nintendo Switch Online Subscription Required) 10/1/20 Nintendo.com
Warsaw 10/1/20 Nintendo.com
Ys Origin 10/1/20 Official Trailer
Agatha Christie - The ABC Murders 10/6/20 Nintendo.com
Let's Sing: Queen 10/6/20 Official Website
Nickelodeon Kart Racers 2 10/6/20 Nintendo.com
Aery: Sky Castle 10/8/20 Nintendo.com
Game Dev Tycoon 10/8/20 Nintendo.com
Ikenfell 10/8/20 Official Twitter Post
Piofore: Fated Memories 10/8/20 Nintendo.com
Puddle Knights 10/8/20 Nintendo.com
Ben 10: Power Trip! 10/9/20 Nintendo.com
The Survivalists 10/9/20 Nintendo.com
GI Joe: Operation Blackout 10/13/20 Nintendo.com
Prinny 1•2: Exploded and Reloaded 10/13/20 Official Trailer
Prinny: Can I Really Be the Hero? 10/13/20 Nintendo.com
Prinny 2: Dawn of Operation Panties, Dood! 10/13/20 Nintendo.com
Robotics;Notes Double Pack 10/13/20 Official Trailer
Transformers: Battlegrounds 10/13/20 Official Trailer
Alpaca Ball: Allstars 10/15/20 Official Website
Cloudpunk 10/15/20 Official Trailer
Ring of Pain 10/15/20 Official Trailer
Space Crew 10/15/20 Official Trailer
9 Monkeys of Shaolin 10/16/20 Official Trailer
Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit 10/16/20 Super Mario Bros. 35th Anniversary Direct
Zoids Wild Blast Unleashed 10/16/20 Nintedo.com
Carto 10/27/20 Official Trailer
Cobra Kai 10/27/20 Official Trailer (IGN Exclusive)
My Universe - Fashion Boutique 10/27/20 Official Website
The Bluecoats - North & South 10/27/20 Official Website
Gibbous - A Cthulhu Adventure 10/28/20 Official Twitter Post
Mad Rat Dead 10/30/20 Official Trailer
Pikmin 3 Deluxe 10/30/20 Nintendo.com
Dusk Halloween 2020 Official Trailer
Hidden Objects Collection October 2020 Official Trailer
Maid of Sker October 2020 Official Twitter Post
Monster Truck Championship October 2020 Official Trailer
Oddworld: New 'N Tasty October 2020 Official Trailer
Slide Stars October 2020 Official Website
Bakugan: Champions of Vestroia (Multiple Versions) 11/3/20 Nintendo.com
Jurassic World Evolution: Complete Edition 11/3/20 Nintendo.com
My Universe - School Teacher 11/3/20 Official Website
PAW Patrol Mighty Pups Save Adventure Bay 11/6/20 Official Trailer
Fuser 11/10/20 Nintendo.com
My Universe - Cooking Star Restaurant 11/10/20 Official Website
Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin 11/10/20 Nintendo.com
XIII 11/10/20 Official Trailer (IGN Summer of Gaming Event 2020)
Just Dance 2021 11/12/20 Nintendo.com
Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory 11/13/20 Nintendo.com
Let's Sing 2021 11/13/20 Official Website
Cris Tales 11/17/20 Official Website
Professor Rubik's Brain Fitness 11/17/20 Official Website
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? 11/17/20 Official Website
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity 11/20/20 Nintendo.com
Cafe Enchante November 2020 Official Website
Death Crown November 2020 Official Trailer
Ruggero Deodato's Cannibal November 2020 Official Website
Chronos: Before the Ashes 12/1/20 Official Twitter Post
Immortals Fenyx Rising (formerly Gods & Monsters) 12/3/20 Official Trailer
Puyo Puyo Tetris 2 12/8/20 Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase August 2020
Collection of SaGa Final Fantasy Legend 12/15/20 Nintendo.com
Override 2: Super Mech League December 2020 Official Trailer
Pretty Princess Party December 2020 Official Website
Apex Legends Fall 2020 Nintendo Twitter Post
Axiom Verge 2 Fall 2020 Indie World Showcase 12.10.2019
Commandos 2 HD Remaster Fall 2020 Official Website
Cyanide and Happiness: Freakpocalypse: Part 1 (Timed Console Exclusive) Fall 2020 Nintendo.com
Cyber Shadow Fall 2020 Official Website
Empire of Sin Fall 2020 Nintendo.com/Official Twitter Page
GONNER2 Fall 2020 Nintendo.com
Grindstone Fall 2020 Nintendo.com
Hades Fall 2020 Nintendo.com
Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm Fall 2020 Official Trailer
PixelJunk Eden 2 Fall 2020 Nintendo.com
Shantae: Risky's Revenge - Director's Cut Fall 2020 Official Twitter Post
The Red Lantern Fall 2020 Nintendo.com
Torchlight III Fall 2020 Nintendo.com
Harvest Moon: One World Autumn 2020 (European Release Date) Nintendo.co.uk
Toy Soldiers HD Autumn 2020 Official Website
Alchemic Cutie Q4 2020 Official Website
Circadian City Q4 2020 Announce Trailer
Defense Corp Q4 2020 Developer Comment on Reddit
Ever Forward Q4 2020 Official Website
Metal Revolution Q4 2020 Official Announcement on New Game+ Expo Live Stream (via Gematsu)
Pumpkin Jack Q4 2020 Official Trailer
Golden Force Last Quarter 2020 Official Trailer
Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & The Secret Fairy Winter 2020 Official Trailer
Clive 'N' Wrench Winter 2020 Official Trailer
Taiko No Tatsujin: Rhythmic Adventure Pack Winter 2020 Nintendo.com
B.Ark (Timed Exclusive) Late 2020 Nintendo.com
Beach Buggy Racing 2 Late 2020 Official Website
Charterstone Late 2020 Official Trailer
Dicey Dungeons Late 2020 Nintendo.com
Hoa Late 2020 Wholesome Direct 5-26-2020
Phogs! Late 2020 Nintendo.com
Quantum League Late 2020 Nintendo.com
Signs of the Sojourner Late 2020 Official Trailer
Dangerous Driving 2 Holiday 2020 Official Website
Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World: The Game Complete Edition Holiday 2020 Official Twitter Post
Speed 3 Grand Prix Holiday 2020 Official Trailer
Re:Zero – The Prophecy of the Throne Winter 2020/2021 Official Trailer
Aground 2020 Official Website
Astrodogs 2020 Developer post on Reddit
Black Book 2020 Official Trailer
Bladed Fury 2020 Official Twitter Post
Boyfriend Dungeon 2020 Nintendo.com
Bravely Default II 2020 Nintendo.com
Breakpoint 2020 Official Twitter Post
Car Mechanic Flipper 2020 Official Website
Circuit Superstars 2020 Official Website
Collapsus 2020 Official Website
Conarium 2020 Official Trailer
Cthulhu: Books of Ancients 2020 Official Website
DARQ: Complete Edition 2020 Official Trailer
Devil's Hunt 2020 Official Twitter Post
Digimon Survive 2020 Anime Expo panel (relayed by NintendoEverything.com)
Door Kickers 2020 QubicGames 2020 Direct
Eastward 2020 Nintendo.com
Electrix 2020 Official Website
Farm & Fix 2020 2020 Official Website
Farm Manager 2018 2020 Official Website
Flipper Mechanic 2020 Official Website
Gearshifters 2020 Official Website
God Fire 2020 QubicGames 2020 Direct
Good Night Knight 2020 QubicGames 2020 Direct
Greak: Memories of Azur 2020 Official Trailer
Hatch Tales (Formerly Chicken Wiggle Workshop) 2020 Official Website
Haven 2020 Nintendo.com
Hazel Sky 2020 Official Trailer
Heaven's Vault 2020 Official Twitter Post
Hellpoint 2020 Official Twitter Post
Hero: Flood Rescue 2020 Official Website
Hindsight 20/20 2020 Announce Trailer
Hyperbrawl Tournament 2020 Official Website
I Am Dead (Timed Exclusive) 2020 Nintendo.com
Kingpin: Reloaded 2020 Official Trailer
King's Bounty II 2020 Nintendo.com
Littlewood 2020 Official Twitter Page
Lords of Exile 2020 Official Website/Official Trailer
Mail Mole 2020 Official Trailer
Maneater 2020 Official Twitter Post
Mars Horizon 2020 Official Website
Moero Crystal H 2020 Official Trailer
Moon Village 2020 Official Website
Mushrooms: Forest Walker 2020 Official Website
N1RV Ann-A 2020 Announce Trailer
Necrobarista 2020 Official Twitter Page
Nyx: The Awakening 2020 Official Reveal Teaser/Official Website
Olija 2020 Official Twitter Post
Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 - The Official Videogame 2020 Official Website
P.U.G.S. Agents 2020 Official Website
Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire 2020 Interview With Developer
Plastic Rebellion 2020 Official Website
Poker Club 4K 2020 Official Trailer
Real Boxing 2 2020 QubicGames 2020 Direct
Robotics;Notes Elite 2020 Official Website
Scourge Bringer 2020 Nintendo.com
Sail Forth 2020 Nintendo.com
Samurai Gunn 2 2020 Nintendo.com
Shiren the Wanderer: The Tower of Fortune and the Dice of Fate 2020 Official Trailer
Spacebase Startopia 2020 Announce Trailer
Spin Rhythm XD 2020 Announce Trailer
Tennis World Tour 2 2020 Official Trailer
The Good Life 2020 Nintendo.com
This Is Pool 2020 Official Website
This Is Snooker 2020 Official Website
Those Who Remain 2020 Official Twitter Page
Trigger Witch 2020 Kinda Funny Games E3 Showcase
Unheard 2020 Official Twitter Post
Unlucky Seven 2020 Official Website
Unto the End 2020 Official Trailer
Zengeon 2020 Official Trailer
Purrtato Tail: By the Light of the Elderstar 2020 "or when it's done" Official Fact Sheet
House Designer 2020/2021 Official Website
Ring of Life: Survive in Proxima 2020/2021 Official Website
Prince o Persia: The Sands of Time Remake 1/21/21 Official Website
Little Nightmares II 2/11/21 Official Twitter Post
Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury 2/12/21 Nintendo.com
Wrath: Aeon of Ruin 2/25/21 Official Website
Turrican Anthology Vol. 1 February/March 2021 Official Website
Turrican Anthology Vol. 2 February/March 2021 Official Website
Sky: Children of the Light "A few months into 2021" Official Website
Blue Fire (Timed Exclusive) Q1 2021 Nintendo.com
Foreclosed Q2 2021 Developer Interview
Pet Clinic - Cats & Dogs Q1 2021 Official Website
Wonder Boy: Asha in Monster World Q1 2021 Official Gamescom Trailer (via IGN)
Turrican Collector's Edition April/May 2021 Official Website
Balan Homeworld Spring 2021 Official Twitter Post
Big Rumble Boxing: Creed Champions Spring 2021 Nintendo.com
Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Spring 2021 Official Trailer
Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne HD Remaster Spring 2021 Nintendo Direct Mini 7-20-20 Partner Showcase
Subnautica Early 2021 Nintendo.com
Subnautica: Below Zero Early 2021 Nintendo.com
Ys IX: Monstrum Nox Summer 2021 Official Trailer
Party Crasher Simulator Second Half of 2021 Official Press Release
The Lord of the Rings: Gollum Late 2021 Gamescom 2020 presentation (via Dailyradar)
Aeon Must Die 2021 Official Trailer
Backbone 2021 Official Website
Bear and Breakfast (Timed console exclusive) 2021 Nintendo.com
Card Shark 2021 Nintendo.com
Dordogne 2021 Official Trailer
Dual Gear 2021 Official Trailer
Earth Defense Force: World Brothers 2021 Official Trailer (Gamespot Exclusive)
Fallen Legion: Revenants 2021 Official Trailer (New Games Plus Expo 2020)
Gamedec 2021 Official Trailer (Gamescom 2020)
Garden Story 2021 Nintendo.com
Graven 2021 Official Trailer
Lost in Random 2021 Official Press Release
Lost Words 2021 Official Twitter Post
Mineko's Night Market 2021 Nintendo.com
No More Heroes 3 2021 Nintendo.com/Official Twitter Post
Rogue Lords 2021 Official Trailer
Serial Cleaners 2021 Official Trailer
She Dreams Elsewhere 2021 Nintendo.com
Shin Megami Tensei V 2021 Nintendo Direct Mini 7-20-20 Partner Showcase
Skatebird 2021 Indie World Showcase 12.10.2019/Official Statement on Kickstarter.com
Starbase Startopia 2021 Official Twitter Post
Saviors of Sapphire Wings/Stranger of Sword City Revisited 2021 Official Trailer
Summer at the Edge of the Universe 2021 Official Twitter Post
Tormented Souls 2021 Official Trailer
Trails of Cold Steel IV 2021 Official Trailer
Vampire: The Masquerade - Swansong 2021 Official Trailer
Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Storm Ground 2021 Official Trailer (via IGN - Gamescom 2020)
Sea of Stars 2022 Official Trailer/Official Trailer
(Note: TBA Dates and Missed Release Dates in comments)
I miss anything? Mis-marked exclusivity? Have an official source with updated info? Let me know!
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2020.06.19 19:06 dexnoxtious What are the Zonai and by some extend the Gerudo and Sheikah

Let me start with an apology as this post might become a bit rambly and disorganized, to add to that english isn't my first language so there might be some spelling errors or misused words.
So now for my theory, after playing the games, watching lots of videos and doing some reading i've got a theory on what the Zonai are and where they come from and would like to share that theory with you guys and get opinions on it.
So lets start with the Hylians, what are they? Well as the name would imply they are the people of Goddess Hylia (kinda obvious). They are our "Base Humans" in the world of Hyrule.
Now, where do they come from?
Well if we look at the Timeline as a whole we can conclude that they are the descendants of the people of Skyloft. Those people could as well be still called Hylian since they are basically humans saved via Skyloft rising up to the sky, we can draw some similarities to Noah's Ark here.
Now there is something that could be argued about, some Skyloftians have enough distinguishing features in their appearance so that they could be considered more akin to other Human races, we will come to that, but yes it is a possibility that either our Pre-Skyloft Humans didn't have distinctions to Tribes/Races like we have now with Hylians, Gerudo, Shiekah and even Kokiri and they just lived together as one big Tribe/Race. The other possibility is that Skyloftians are comprised of a mix of various different tribes. For this theory it shouldn't make a huge difference which one of those are true.
So, we can all agree that Skyward Sword is the first in the timeline, and that those are almost certainly the first incarnations of our trio comprised of the Heroes Spirit, the Goddess Blood and the Demon Kings Hateful Will, aka Link, Zelda and Ganon (Demise). But they are not the first Humans in that world, there were those before them that were worshiping Hylia and whom the Goddess put on Skyloft. It is highly doubtful that the handful of people found on Skyloft are all of the previous inhabitants of the land that becomes Hyrule, most likely they are just the survivors that Hylia was able to bring into the Sky, the rest possibly dead or hiding, the only exception we see is Impa, not only does she reside on the surface, but also calls herself Sheikah, well if we look at her with the knowledge we have we could assume that she is part of the Sheikah tribe/race, but since she is the only one we have three choices, we can either assume she is the last remaining one of this race, the others are missing/hiding, or at this point in time the Sheikah weren't a race yet but rather part of a religious cult with Sheikah being their rank/role similar to Paladins, Clerics and other similar things. If we assume the last possibility to be true it means Impa is the last remaining protector of the Goddess Hylia and her Bloodline and that with Skyloft returning to the surface that order of protectors would need to be rebuilt using people that meet very specific criteria, and that seems fairly likely.
Now that we have that out of the way lets get to the other races, we will mostly ignore the Kokiri since not only where they a small short lived community , but they also "evolved" into the koroks and thus are not human anymore.
So my theory is that Hylians are our base Race, they didn't stray far from Skyloftians evolution wise and are fairly balanced (i'll explain what i mean by that shortly). And thus seem like the perfect base for other Human races to split of from, obviously there are many factors that need to be taken into consideration, but for simplification lets just call it evolution combined with something akin to selective breeding(not the right word but should be easiest to understand).
What do i mean by Hylians being balanced? Well if you look at them as a race, they are physically fairly diverse and don't seem to focus on one of the Golden Goddesses attributes, rather they seem to have an fairly even distribution of them, it will become more obvious what i mean by that once we talk about the other races.
Now let's talk about the Gerudo. What do they all have in common, aside from from the obvious being almost all females? High physical strength, that is reflected in their body type, a darker skin tone and Red hair. And this is partially reflected in their mentality, they are a proud warrior tribe and that shows.
Now, with what could we associate the Gerudo? Well it might be obvious, but let me say it.
The Goddess of Power.
They might not specifically or directly worship her but everything about them and that is important to them is very closely associated with this Goddess. Well that and Ganondorf being a Gerudo and Ganon in general being strongly connected with the Gerudo makes it obvious since he is the bearer of the Triforce of Power.
We can assume that they are descended from the Hylians, from individuals that focused on exactly that, physical strength and a warrior mentality. It is not unusual in nature for a given species to focus on specific traits and over a long time develop into almost a separate race, and this is what might have happened to the Gerudo (and sheikah and zonai, but more on that later).
Their focus on those specific attributes could develop into the physical and mental traits we see in then today, it would explain the similarities in physical appearance but could also explain the all female thing, if that was a genetic trait connected to one of those they were looking for, like strength for example it could be just that a genetic quirk, and it could also be a reason for why males are so incredibly rare (i know that the lore reason for BOTW not having a male gerudo is Ganondorf being still technically alive, but since we're talking about a medieval society it might still be the genetic quirk explained in a lore friendly way).
So now let's move on to the Sheikah.
A lot of the same applies here as well, but with one major difference, we already have a template that others could follow, Impa from SS. Others following in her footsteps would look for attributes like faith, wisdom, agility and a sense of seclusion. We could even assume that traits like eye or hair color could be associated either directly or just believed to be associated to those traits.
So over time if they kept to themselves, looked for individuals who posses those traits and selecting partners within those groups it would lead to the Sheikah we see in BOTW and other games. To a race of intelligent, and secluded people that could develop incredibly advanced magic and technology thanks to that.
Here the association with the Goddess of Wisdom is also fairly obvious. And who is also closely connected to that Goddess and the Sheikah? Well Zelda, not only does she possess the corresponding Triforce, but she also is part of the royal family whom are inseparable from the Sheikah, she also has close personal connections to the Sheikah, example being her disguising as Sheik or even the interest in Sheikah technology in BOTW
Since this post is taking longer than expected i will have to cut it a bit shorter than i would like but i will come back to that later, for now i will move on to the Zonai and expand on both later.
Ok so the Zonai, we don't have too much information about them.
But the information we have makes it safe to assume they are closely connected to our last deity, the Goddess of Courage.
The Ruins seem to show various depictions of things associated with the Triforce of Courage and the corresponding Goddess. Not only that but they are believed to have been a tribe of courageous Barbarian like warriors capable of magic. What does that mean to us? Well seeing that Barbarians are often depicted as being FEARLESS warriors it plays well with the theme of courage in this case (i know that some like to think that this fearlessness can be attributed to primitivity and therefore lack of knowledge or enough intelligence to even know if something should be feared, but not in this case), they can't be considered primitive thanks to not only their knowledge of powerful magic, but also thanks to their fairly advanced architecture, to build some of those things we see in ruins they would need a lot of knowledge, not only to be able to build things this size, but also for those buildings to withstand the test of time.
Where am i going with this? Well we already have two tribes/races derived from Hylians that are associated with a Goddess or Triforce piece respectively, and one was still missing. I think the Zonai may be that race. Not only would it fit, but it would also fill that missing spot. I know some might say thats where the Hylians come into play, but like i said before, they are fairly balanced and diverse, they are a mix of all the attributes associated with each Goddess and it wouldn't make sense for two races to split/evolve from them to fit with only two of the three Goddesses. I think the Zonai were a third race strongly associated with the Goddess of Courage.
We even have someone that can be associated with them, yes you guessed it, our Hero Link. Why? Well simple, he has all the traits needed, and one of his previous incarnations could have been strongly connected to the Zonai, and this is very likely if we look at the Tapestry from BOTW, the hero depicted there could have either been in a similar relation to the Zonai as Zelda is with the Sheikah, or even been a Zonai himself. The possibility of this theory being true have already been discussed multiple times on various places including YT so i won't go into it at this moment since im running out of time.
Another small evidence of the connection between the Zonai and Link is in the BOTW2 trailer, the hand (possibly being the remains of a Zonai spirit) choosing to fuse with Link seems to indicate that there has had to be a connection prior to this moment. If you think about it, why would you as a Spirit concentrating on sealing evil and your long time enemy stop just to save and fuse with someone random without any previous connections or anything.
Anyways, i'll have to leave it at that for now. because i sadly ran out of time and have to go now i might hopefully continue later on but for now i hope that this was an enjoyable read and an at least plausible theory, feel free to pull it apart as best you can, since a theory with removed holes comes closer to changing from theory to fact.
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2020.06.11 08:05 ArchVileSoup List of American traitors

A number of individuals, companies, outlets, and media institutions have stepped forward to announce that they support the groups enabling riots, violence, vandalism, theft, assault, and murder taking place at the hands of vandals and thugs across the United States of America. Anyone looking to find out which companies, brands, and content creators have betrayed the trust of the American people by aligning with groups that support the deconstruction of Western values, this list will enlighten you as to who the traitors are so you can stay informed.
[Note:] Some of the people/brands/companies on this list are not headquartered in America. However, they still cater to and influence the American (consumer) audience, and in light of their influence to help sway the views of American citizens, they have been added to the list.
Corporations/Brands by alphabet: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z
Celebrities/E-celebs by alphabet: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z

Corporations/Brands
100 Thieves (E-sports organization) – Traitor
20th Century Studios – Traitor
2K Games – Traitor
343 Industries (Halo developer) – Traitor
500 Women Scientists – Traitor
A&E Network – Traitor
ABC Network – Traitor
Abelton (Audio company) – Probation
Academy Awards – Traitor (Obviously)
Acer America – Traitor
ActBlue – Traitor
ACLU – Traitor
Activision Blizzard (Winnie The Flu’s minion) – Traitor
Adidas – Traitor
Adobe – Traitor
Adult Swim – Traitor
AIGA Design – Traitor
AirBnB – Traitor
AltPress (Music News) – Traitor
Amazon – Double Traitor
AMD – Traitor
American Airlines – Traitor
American Express – Traitor
American Institutes For Research – Probation
Americans For The Arts – Traitor
Amplitude Studios – Traitor
Anastasia Beverly Hills (Cosmetic company) – Traitor
Ancestry (Genealogy database) – Traitor
Anime Expo (Convention) – Traitor
Aniplex (Anime production) – Traitor
Annapurna Interactive (Indie publisher) – Traitor
ANR (Americans For Nonsmokers’ Rights) – Traitor
AOL (From the 1990s) – Traitor
Apollo Theater – Traitor
Apple – Traitor
Arab American Institute – Traitor
Arc System Works (Developer) – Traitor
Armani – Probation
Asobo Studio (A Plague Tale developers) – Traitor
ASTRO Gaming – Traitor
AT&T (Held iPhones hostage for five years) – Traitor
Atari (Impostors) – Traitor
Atlanta Records (Record company) – Traitor
Audible (Audio book company) – Traitor
Autodesk (Development software) – Traitor
Avalanche Studios – Traitor
Avid – Traitor
AVN Media Network – Traitor
AXE Body Spray (Keeping women at bay) – Traitor
BabyNames.com – Traitor
Bad Robot Entertainment – Traitor
Balenciaga – Traitor
Bandai Namco Entertainment – Traitor
Bandcamp – Traitor
Bang Zoom! Entertainment – Traitor
Bank of America (Allowed to steal $45 billion from the U.S. Treasury) – Traitor
Barnes & Noble – Traitor
Bayer (Science organization) – Probation
Beamdog (Developer) – Traitor
Behaviour Interactive (Dead By Daylight developer) – Traitor
Believe Global (Music promoter) – Traitor
Ben and Jerry’s (Ice cream) – Traitor
Benefit Cosmetics – Traitor
Be Quiet! (PC parts supplier) – Traitor
Bergdorf Goodman – Traitor
Best Buy – Traitor
Bethesda (Doesn’t pay modders for fixing their games) – Double Traitor
BioWare (A company with a tired face) – Traitor
Blabber Mouth (Rock music news site) – Traitor
Black Metal & Brews (Music review site) – Traitor
Blackstar Amps (Guitar amp supplier) – Probation
Bleacher Report – Traitor
Blueberry (Designer fashion) – Traitor
Bluehost – Probation
BMW USA – Traitor
Booking.com – Traitor
Books Are My Bag (Book curator) – Traitor
Boomerang (Cartoon streaming) – Traitor
Boost Mobile – Traitor
Bossa Studios (Surgeon Simulator developer) – Traitor
Bratz (Toys for thots-in-training) – Traitor
Brazzers – Traitor
Brookefield Zoo – Probation
Budweiser – Traitor
Bungie (Destiny developer) – Traitor
Burberry – Traitor
Burger King – Traitor
Callaway Golf – Probation
Call of Duty (War propaganda) – Traitor
Campbell’s Soup – Traitor
Capcom USA (Game publisher) – Traitor
Capital Records – Traitor
Cartoon Network – Traitor
Cash App – Traitor
CBS – Traitor
CD Baby (Music distributor) – Traitor
Center For American Progress (Think tank) – Traitor
Certain Affinity – Traitor
Change.org – Probation
Chaosium – Probation
Cheap Ass Gamer (Game sales) – Traitor
Chevron – Traitor
Chick-fil-A (Christian food) – Traitor
Chip Theory Games (Board game maker) – Traitor
Chucklefish (Game maker) – Traitor
Chili’s Bar & Grill – Traitor
Cinemablend – Traitor
Cisco (Tech company) – Traitor
Citibank – Traitor
Cloak (Clothing brand) – Traitor
Cloudflare – Traitor
Cloud Imperium Games (Star Citizen developers) – Traitor
CNET – Traitor
Coloured Raine Cosmetics (Cosmetic company) – Traitor
Coca-Cola – Traitor
Color of Change – Traitor
Columbus City Council – Traitor
Comedy Central – Traitor
Conde Nast (Parent company for a Communist hive) – Traitor
Continuous Delivery Foundation – Traitor
Corsair (Component maker) – Traitor
Cosplay Realm Magazine – Traitor
Covergirl – Traitor
Crackle TV – Probation
Creative Assembly – Traitor
Creative Commons (Non-profit licensing solution) – Traitor
Creative Review – Traitor
Criterion Collection – Traitor
Crucial Memory (Tech company) – Traitor
Crunchyroll (Producers of High Guardian Spice) – Traitor
CryEngine (Software development tool from Crytek) – Traitor
Curve Digital (Game publisher) – Traitor
CW Network – Traitor
Cyberpunk 2077 (Video game) – Traitor
D’Addario (Guitar strings) – Traitor
DC Comics – Traitor
Death Wish Coffee – Probation
Deep Silver (Game publisher) – Traitor
Def Jam Recordings – Traitor
Dell (Cheap PC maker) – Traitor
Derpibooru (Imageboard) – Traitor
Design Milk (Home decor) – Traitor
DeviantArt (Furry breeding ground) – Traitor
Devolver Digital (Game publisher that insincerely tries to be edgy) – Traitor
Dickies – Traitor
Discord (Another furry breeding ground) – Traitor
Digital Extremes (Warframe developer) – Double Traitor
DigiXArt (Game developer) – Traitor
Dimension Ink Games (Developer) – Traitor
Dior (Designer fashion) – Traitor
Discovery (TV network) – Traitor
Disney (Ruining childhoods) – Double Traitor
DistroKid – Traitor
Dollar General – Traitor
Dollar Tree – Traitor
Dolby – Traitor
Dolce & Gabbana – Traitor
Door Dash (Delivery company) – Traitor
Doritos (Gamer fuel) – Traitor
Double Fine Productions (Failed at sock-puppet math) – Double Traitor
Dreamworks (Discount Pixar) – Traitor
Dribble (Creative community) – Traitor
Dr. Martens Footwear – Traitor
Dropbox – Filthy Triple Traitor
Drug Policy Alliance – Traitor
Drum Workshop – Virtue-Signaling Traitor
DualShockers (Gaming news outlet) – Traitor
Dungeons & Dragons (The original Christian nightmare) – Traitor
EA Sports – Traitor
eBay – Traitor
Eddie Bauer – Traitor
EFF – Traitor
Eidos Montreal (Deux Ex developer) – Traitor
Electronic Arts (Gambling enthusiasts) – Double Traitor
Elektra Music Group (Music distributors) – Traitor
Eleven Arts – Traitor
Elevation Church – Probation
Elgato Gaming (Streaming solutions) – Traitor
E-Line Media (Game publisher) – Traitor
EMILY’s List (Pro-choice PAC) – Traitor
Entertainment Software Association (Guardians of loot boxes) – Traitor
Epic Games Store (CCP training tool) – Traitor
Epiphone (Guitar maker) – Probation
Ernie Ball (Guitar maker) – Traitor
Etsy – Traitor
Eurogamer – Traitor
EVO (Core values) – Traitor
Extra Credits – Traitor
F1 (Racing organization) – Traitor
Family Dollar – Traitor
Fanatical (Software distributor) – Traitor
Fandango (Ticket sales) – Traitor
Fandom (Fan-ran wiki) – Traitor
Fender (Guitar maker) – Traitor
Field Museum – Traitor
Fight For The Future – Traitor
Fine Brothers (Content creation brand) – Traitor
Finji (Night In The Woods developer) – Double Traitor
Firework TV – Traitor
Focusrite (Audio interface production) – Traitor
Forever 21 (Fashion outlet) – Traitor
Fox TV – Traitor
Freeform TV – Traitor
Fruit By The Foot (Tag-team partner with Gushers) – Traitor
Fujitsu America – Probation
Funimation – Traitor
Funko (Toy maker) – Traitor
Fur Affinity (You don’t want to know) – Traitor
Game Informer (GameStop’s b*tch) – Traitor
Game Revolution (Gaming news site) – Traitor
GamesIndustry.biz – Traitor
Gamespot – Traitor
GameStop (Essential during COVID-19) – Traitor
Games Workshop (Warhammer licensor) – Traitor
GameZone – Traitor
Garfield Eats – Traitor
GaymerX (Gay gamers) – Traitor
Gearbox Software (Borderlands creators and destroyers) – Traitor
General Assembly (Business educators) – Traitor
General Mills – Probation
General Motors – Traitor
Gematsu (Gaming news) – Traitor
Ghost Adventures (TV show) – Traitor
Gibson (Guitar maker) – Traitor
Github – Traitor
GKIDS Films – Traitor
GLAAD – Traitor
GNOME Foundation (Non-profit software distro) – Traitor
GoFundMe – Double Traitor
Goldman Sachs – Traitor
Google (Evil) – Double Traitor
Goose Island Beer – Traitor
Gorilla Glue (Glue company) – Traitor
Goto.Game (Gaming resource) – Traitor
Grand Central Pub (Book publisher) – Traitor
Grammarly – Traitor
Greenpeace – Traitor
Grindr – Traitor
Gucci – Traitor
Guerrilla Collective (Games festival) – Traitor
Guerilla Games (KillZone developers) – Traitor
Guitar Center – Traitor
Gumroad (E-commerce company) – Traitor
Gundam Planet (Official Gundam product retailer) – Traitor
Gushers (Tag-team partner with Fruit by the Foot) – Traitor
Häagen-Dazs (Obesity’s best friend) – Traitor
Hatchette Books (Book publisher) – Traitor
Half-Price Books (Bookstore chain) – Traitor
Hallmark – Probation
Harebrained Schemes (Game developer) – Traitor
Hardsuit Labs (Game developer) – Traitor
Harley-Davidson – Traitor
Harmonix – Traitor
Hasbro – Probation
HBO Max – Traitor
Heart Machine (Hyper Light Drifter developer) – Traitor
Hershey’s – Probation
Hinterland Games (Game developer) – Traitor
Hi-Rez Studios (Game developer) – Traitor
History Channel – Traitor
Hitachi U.S.A. – Probation
Hollywood Records – Traitor
Home Depot – Traitor
Honda – Traitor
Hootsuite (Social media news management) – Traitor
HostGator – Probation
House House (Untitled Goose Game developers) – Traitor
HP – Probation
Hulu – Traitor
Human Rights Campaign – Traitor
Humble Bundle – Traitor
HyperX (Peripheral maker) – Traitor
IAFFE (NGO) – Traitor
Ibanez Guitars – Traitor
IBM – Traitor
Idea Factory International (Game localizer) – Traitor
IGN (6/10) – Traitor
IGN Australia – Traitor
iHeartRadio (Music broadcaster) – Traitor
IKEA USA (LEGOS for adults) – Traitor
Indeed.com (Job search) – Traitor
Indiegogo (Crowdfunding service) – Traitor
IndyCar Series – Probation
Infinity Ward (Game developer) – Double Traitor
Insomniac Games – Traitor
Instagram – Traitor
Intel – Double Traitor
Island Records – Traitor
Itch.io (Indie gaming store) – Double Traitor
iZotope – Traitor
Jagex (Runescape developer) – Traitor
JAKKS Pacific (Toy maker) – Traitor
JCPenny – Traitor
Jet Blue (Travel agency) – Traitor
JFrog – Traitor
Jim Dunlop (Guitar picks) – Probation
Johnson & Johnson – Traitor
Kellogg Copmany – Traitor
Kerrang! Magazine (Rock magazine) – Traitor
KFC – Traitor
Kindle (E-reader) – Traitor
Kink.com – Traitor
Kitfox Games (Indie developers) – Traitor
Klei Entertainment (Don’t Starve developers) – Traitor
Kobo (E-reader) – Traitor
Kodansha Comics (Manga publisher) – Traitor
Kohl’s (If you can’t afford designer fashion) – Traitor
Kotaku (Blogging activists) – Traitor
Last.fm – Traitor
Lawyer’s Committee For Civil Rights – Traitor
LEGO – Traitor
Level 99 Games (Board game maker) – Traitor
Levi’s – Traitor
Lexus – Probation
Lifetime TV (Channel for lonely cat ladies) – Traitor
Limited Run Games – Traitor
LinkedIn – Traitor
Linux Foundation – Traitor
Little Orbit (Developer) – Traitor
Logitech – Traitor
L’Oréal Paris – Traitor
Louis Vuitton – Traitor
Lowe’s – Probation
LPGA – Probation
Luminosity Gaming (E-sports organization) – Traitor
Lush Cosmetics – Traitor
Lyrical Lemonade – Traitor
Lyft (Taxi service) – Traitor
Maybelline – Traitor
Macy’s (Martha Stewart’s personal playground) – Traitor
Magic: The Gathering (Trading card game) – Traitor
Make-A-Wish Foundation – Traitor
Manga Entertainment – Traitor
Mapex Drums – Probation
Marc Jacobs (Designer fashion) – Probation
Marijuana Policy Project – Traitor
Marvel Entertainment – Traitor
Martin Guitar – Traitor
Master Card – Traitor
Materia Collective (Music producers) – Traitor
Mattel (Toy company) – Traitor
McCormick * Company – Probation
McDonald’s – Traitor
MediaJustice – Traitor
Metal Blade Records – Probation
Metal Hammer Records – Traitor
MetalSucks (Leftist news site) – Traitor
Michael Kors (Designer fashion) – Traitor
Microsoft – Traitor
Minecraft – Traitor
MOD Pizza – Traitor
Moog Synthesizers – Traitor
Mondelēz Intl – Traitor
MoveOn Organization – Traitor
Mozilla – Traitor
MSI Gaming (Peripheral maker) – Traitor
MTV – Traitor
Mythical Entertainment – Traitor
Napalm Records – Traitor
NARAL (Abortion specialists) – Ironic Traitor
Native Instruments (Audio company) – Traitor
National Women’s Law Center – Traitor
NBC Entertainment – Traitor
NBC Universal – Traitor
NCSoft (MMO publisher) – Traitor
Neiman Marcus – Traitor
Nerdist – Traitor
Netflix (Left-wing propaganda) – Traitor
New Balance – Traitor
New Democrat Coalition – Traitor
Newgrounds (Edgelord’s first baby-step) – Traitor
NewRetroWave (Retro music promoter) – Probation
Nextdoor – Traitor
NFL – Traitor
Niantic Labs (Pokemon Go developer) – Traitor
Nickelodeon – Filthy Triple Traitor
NightDocs (YouTuber) – Traitor
Nike – Traitor
Nintendo of America (But NOT Japan) – Traitor
Nissan – Probation
NodeJS (Javascipt library) – Traitor
Noisy Pixel (Gaming news outlet) – Traitor
Nokia – Probation
No More Robots (Not Tonight developers) – Traitor
Nordstrom – Traitor
NORML Canada (Marijuana advocacy organization) – Traitor
Norvina (Cosmetic brand) – Traitor
Novation (Audio software) – Traitor
NYAV Post (Recording studio) – Traitor
NZXT (PC component supplier) – Traitor
Obsidian Entertainment (Game developer) – Traitor
Oddysey Golf – Probation
Offworld Industries (Squad developer) – Traitor
Olay – Traitor
Olympus – Traitor
Oprah Winfrey Network – Traitor
Orangeamps (Guitar amps) – Traitor
O’Reilly Media (Entrepreneurial advisors) – Traitor
OriginPC (PC maker) – Traitor
Otakon (East coast weeb convention) – Traitor
Outer Loop Games (Indie developers) – Traitor
Paiste Nation (Cymbal maker) – Traitor
Pandora Music – Traitor
Panera Bread – Traitor
Paradox Interactive (Publisher & developer) – Traitor
Paramount Network – Traitor
Paramount Pictures – Traitor
Parsons Xtreme Golf – Probation
Patreon (Hipster welfare) – Traitor
Paypal (Legal money laundering) – Traitor
PAX (Almost cancelled over Dickwolves) – Traitor
PC Master Race (Official PCMR org) – Traitor
PETA (Pokemon’s greatest nemesis) – Traitor
PC Gamer – Traitor
Pearl Drums (Drum maker) – Traitor
Peavey Electronics – Probation
Penguin Books USA – Traitor
Pepsico – Traitor
Pfizer Inc. – Traitor
PGA Tour – Traitor
Philips – Probation
Pinterest – Traitor
Pixar – Traitor
Planet Peebles (Arts and crafts) – Traitor
Planned Parenthood (All lives matter… except for fetusus) – Traitor
Playboy – Traitor
PlayStation – Double Traitor
PlayStation Japan – Traitor
PlayStation Lifestyle (PlayStation news site) – Traitor
Plugin Boutique – Traitor
Pokemon – Traitor
Poly – Traitor
Popeyes Chicken – Traitor
Pop-Tarts – Probation
Porsche – Probation
Pornhub (Subversion) – Traitor
Power Rangers – Probation
PPI (Progressive policy) – Traitor
PQube Games (Localization publisher) – Traitor
PreSonus (Audio software) – Traitor
Print Magazine – Traitor
Procter & Gamble (Mega corporation) – Traitor
Promark Drumsticks – Traitor
PRSGuitars (Guitar maker) – Traitor
Public Citizen (NGO) – Traitor
Puma – Traitor
Pusheen The Cat (E-tailer) – Traitor
Rare Ltd (Game developer) – Traitor
Raw Fury (Game publisher) – Traitor
Reason Studios (Music production) – Traitor
Rebellion (Game developer) – Traitor
Red Hat – Traitor
Redox (Healthcare resource) – Traitor
Republic Services – Traitor
Reddit (Communism) – Traitor
Reebok – Traitor
Remo Inc. (Drumhead maker) – Traitor
Respawn Entertainment (Titanfall developer) – Traitor
Revelation Records – Probation
Revlon – Traitor
Riot Games (League of Legends developer) – Traitor
Rising Star Games (Game publisher) – Traitor
Roadrunner Records – Traitor
Rockstar Games (Game developer) – Traitor
Rock, Paper, Shotgun – Traitor
Rock Sound Magazine – Traitor
Rock The Vote – Traitor
Rogue Fitness – Traitor
Rolling Loud (Music festival) – Traitor
Rooster Teeth (Production company) – Traitor
RPG Site (Gaming news) – Traitor
RuPaul’s Drag Race (NSFL) – Traitor
Rust (Programming language) – Traitor
Saint Laurent – Probation
Sample Magic (Royalty free audio samples) – Traitor
San Diego Comic-Con – Probation
San Japan Convention – Traitor
Santa Monica Studio (Gave Krato’s his wife’s son) – Traitor
Screen Junkies (Multimedia outlet) – Traitor
SCUF Gaming (Peripheral maker) – Traitor
Sega – Traitor
Sekai Project (H-Game publisher) – Traitor
Sennheiser – Traitor
Sephora – Traitor
Sesame Street – Double Traitor
Seymour Duncan (Guitar pickups and pedals) – Traitor
Shady Records – Traitor
Shonen Jump – Traitor
Showtime – Traitor
Shudder (Horror streaming network) – Double Traitor
Siliconera (Gaming news) – Traitor
SiriusXM – Traitor
SKA Studios (Salt & Sanctuary developer) – Traitor
Sketchfab – Traitor
SK Gaming – Traitor
Skillet Music – Traitor
Skill Share (Learning specialists) – Traitor
Smart – Probation
Smartsheet (Tech solutions) – Traitor
Snapchat – Traitor
Sony – Disgusting Traitor
Sony Music – Double Traitor
Sony Pictures – Traitor
Soulstone Cymbals – Traitor
Soundcloud – Traitor
Southern Poverty Law Center – Traitor
Southwest Airlines – Traitor
Spitfire Audio – Traitor
Spotify – Traitor
Spriters Resource – Traitor
Square (Card reader company) – Traitor
Square Enix (Game publisher) – Traitor
Starbucks (Hipster hangout) – Traitor
Star Trek (Waning quality) – Traitor
Star Wars (Feminist propaganda) – Double Traitor
STARZ – Traitor
State Farm – Traitor
Steam – Probation
Steel Series (Product maker) – Traitor
Strymon (Boutique electronics) – Traitor
Subset Games (FTL developers) – Double Traitor
Subway – Probation
Super Rare Games – Traitor
SUSE (Open source platform) – Traitor
Sweetwater (Audio gear) – Traitor
Swing Left – Traitor
SXSW – Traitor
SYFY (Cheap) – Traitor
Sysco Corporation – Traitor
Taco Bell (A toilet’s best friend) – Traitor
TAMA Drums – Traitor
Target – Traitor
TASER (Consumer self-defense) – Traitor
TBS Network – Traitor
TCG Player (Trading card company) – Traitor
Team17 (Game publisher) – Traitor
Team Meat (Meat Boy developers) – Double Traitor
TechRadar (Tech site) – Traitor
TechRaptor (Gaming news) – Traitor
TeePublic – Traitor
Telemundo (TV network) – Traitor
Tesco – Probation
Thatgamecompany (Journey developer) – Traitor
The Black Caucus – Traitor
The Body Shop – Traitor
The British Library – Traitor
The Coalition (Gears of War developer) – Traitor
The Orchard (Music distributor) – Traitor
The Pokemon Company (Game maker) – Traitor
The Socialist Party – Traitor
The Tor Project – Traitor
Threadless – Traitor
Thunderful Publishing (Game publisher) – Traitor
TikTok – Traitor
Threadless – Traitor
Ticketmaster – Traitor
Tinder (Keeping abortion clinics busy since 2012) – Traitor
T-Mobile – Traitor
Toei Animation – Traitor
Tokyo Otaku Mode – Traitor
TOMS – Traitor
Tom’s Hardware (Tech site) – Traitor
Toonami – Nonstop Virtue–Signaling Quintuple Traitors
Toontown – Traitor
Tooth & Nail Records (Record label) – Traitor
Toyota USA – Traitor
TronicsFix (Electronics repair) – Traitor
TT Games (Game developer) – Traitor
Tumblr (Cursed progenitor of Social Justice Warriors) – Traitor
TuneCore (Music distributor) – Traitor
Turn 10 Studios (Forza developer) – Traitor
Turnitin (Tech-learning solutions) – Traitor
TV Land – Traitor
Twitch.tv – Traitor
Twitter – Traitor
Uber (Spying taxi service) – Traitor
Uber Eats (Food delivery) – Traitor
Überliss – Traitor
Ubisoft (Cloning specialist) – Traitor
Udemy (Learning facilitators) – Traitor
Ulta Beauty – Traitor
Ultra Music – Traitor
Under Armour – Traitor
United Airlines – Traitor
Unilever (Business news) – Traitor
Universal Music Group – Traitor
University Of Berkeley – Traitor
Urban Decay – Traitor
U.S. Steel – Probation
UTSA (University of Texas at San Antonio) – Traitor
Vanguard Group – Traitor
Vans (If skateboard culture were shoes) – Traitor
Vater Percussion – Traitor
Verizon Media – Traitor
Versace (Designer fashion) – Traitor
Vevo – Traitor
VH1 – Traitor
Viacom/CBS – Traitor
Vic Firth (Drumstick supplier) – Traitor
ViewSonic – Probation
Virgil Abloh – Traitor
Vigor (Developed by Bohemia Interactive) – Traitor
Virgin Records – Traitor
Virtual Wrestling United – Traitor
Visa – Traitor
Vizio – Traitor
Viz Media – Traitor
Volition Software – Traitor
Volkswagen – Traitor
VRV – Traitor
Wacom (Software productivity) – Traitor
Walmart – Traitor
Warhammer – Traitor
Warner Bros. Entertainment – Traitor
Warner Media – Traitor
Warner Music Group – Probation
Warner Records – Traitor
Webtoon – Traitor
Wells Fargor – Traitor
Wendy’s (Pimped their mascot as a waifu) – Traitor
Wildbrain (Children’s programming) – Traitor
Wix – Traitor
WordPress – Traitor
Worldstar Hip Hop – Traitor
Wraith Games (Developers) – Traitor
WWE – Traitor
Xander (Advertising agency) – Traitor
XBIZ (Second-rate faps) – Traitor
Xbox – Traitor
Yacht Club Games (Shovel Knight developers) – Traitor
Yahoo! – Traitor
Yamaha Music – Probation
Yelp – Traitor
Yen Press (Comic book publisher) – Traitor
YouTube – Traitor
YMCA – Traitor
Yorkshire Tea – Traitor
Ysbryd Games (Boutique publisher) – Traitor
Zbrush – Traitor
Zildjian Company (Drum kit maker) – Traitor
Zoom (Video communications) – Traitor
Zynga (Incubators for microtransactions) – Probation
Celebrities/E-Celebs
2Z (K-pop group) – Traitor
5 Seconds of Summer (Musician) – Traitor
Aaron Mahnke (Podcaster) – Traitor
Adam Conover (Got owned by Joe Rogan… live) – Double Traitor
A Day To Remember (Musician) – Probation
Addison Riecke (Actress) – Traitor
Aidan Gallagher (Actor) – Traitor
Alpharad (YouTuber) – Traitor
Alexa (K-Pop singer) – Traitor
Alex Gaskarth (Singer) – Traitor
Alexis Tipton (Voice actress) – Traitor
Allegra Clark (Voice actress) – Traitor
Alyssa Milano (#MeToo hypocrite) – Traitor
Amanda Lee (Voice actress) Double Traitor
Amber Liu (K-Pop singer) – Traitor
Amy Marie (Game Theory editor) – Traitor
Andrew Yang (Politician) – Traitor
Andy Biersack (Singer) – Traitor
Andy Milonakis (Trying to breathe) – Traitor
Angelskimi (Streamer) – Double Traitor
Anita Sarkeesian (Destroyed the entire gaming industry) – Traitor
Anna Akana (Actress) – Traitor
Anne Munition (Streamer) – Traitor
Anonymous (hacking group) – Traitor
AntDude (YouTuber) – Traitor
Anthony Padilla (Smosh co-founder) – Traitor
Anthrax (Musician) – Probation
Aquana (Streamer) – Traitor
Ariana Grande (Wore a micro-skirt to a funeral) – Traitor
AriaSaki (Streamer) – Double Traitor
Arlo Stuff (YouTUber) – Traitor
Ashton Kutcher (Cougar hunter) – Traitor
Atreyu (Musician) – Traitor
AttackingTucans (Content creator) – Traitor
Avatar Metal (Musician) – Probation
Axel Braun – Traitor
Ben Eller (Guitarist) – Traitor
Beni (Singer) – Traitor
Ben Saint (Comic book artist) – Traitor
Ben Schwartz (Actor) – Traitor
Ben Stiller (Could never make a Tropic Thunder 2) – Traitor
Binging With Babish (YouTuber) – Traitor
Bill Nye “The Science Guy” – Traitor
Billie Eillish (Singer) – Traitor
Black Nerd – Traitor
Black Sabbath (Rock legends) – Traitor
Blake Lively (Actress) – Traitor
Bon Jovi (Was once Wanted Dead or Alive) – Probation
Brendon Urie (Panics at the disco) – Traitor
Brie Larson (Lacks a butt) – Traitor
Britney Spears (Singer) – Traitor
Bruno Mars (Singer) – Traitor
BTS (Femboys cosplaying as male singers) – Traitor
Bunni (I don’t know who the hell this is) – Traitor
Butch Hartman (Fairly Oddparents creator) – Probation
CalebCity (YouTuber) – Traitor
Chadtronic (YouTuber) – Traitor
Charli D’Amelio (Tiktok thot) – Traitor
Chevy Chase (Comedic icon) – Probation
Chiitan (Aspiring troublemaker) – Traitor
Chris Evans (Captain America) – Traitor
Chrisiousity (YouTuber) – Traitor
Chris Ray Gun (YouTuber) – Insincere Traitor
Chris Sabat (Tested if couch’s could cast) – Traitor
Chrissy Teigen (???) – Traitor
Chris Stuckmann (YouTuber) – Traitor
Christina Aguilera (Singer) – Traitor
Chuck Wendig (Impotent rage) – Traitor
Chuggaaconroy (YouTuber) – Traitor
Civvie11 (YouTuber) – Traitor
Cliffy ‘B’ Bleszinski (Used to make games for real men) – Traitor
Coach Gregg Popovich – Traitor
Comment Etiquette (YouTuber) – Traitor
Conan O’Brien (Way past his prime) – Traitor
Cory Barlog (Director of God of War) – Traitor
Cory Davis (Director of Spec Ops: The Line) – Traitor
Council of Geeks (YouTuber) – Traitor
Courtney Miller (Smosh Games member) – Traitor
Cranbersher (Animation streamer) – Traitor
Crank Gameplays (YouTuber) – Traitor
Cr1TiKaL (Former world’s best slap-fight commentator) – Traitor
Cristina Vee (Singer & beloved voice actress) – Traitor
Critical Role (Roleplaying snowflakes) – Traitor
Crush (K-Pop singer) – Traitor
Crystal Kay (Singer) – Traitor
Damien Haas (Smosh Games member) – Traitor
Daniel “ZhugeEX” Ahmad (Industry analyst) – Guileful Traitor
Daniel D. Fox (Zweihander RPG creative director) – Traitor
Daniel Ibbertson (From Slopes Game Room) – Traitor
David Baszucki (Roblox CEO) – Traitor
Dave Bautista (Former superstar) – Traitor
Dave Davidson (Musician) – Traitor
David Guetta (Musician) – Traitor
David Hayter (Voice of a legendary soldier) – Traitor
David Szymanski (Dusk developer) – Probation
Delilah S. Dawson (Feminist Star Wars author) – Traitor
Demi Lovato (Dat ass) – Traitor
Disguised Toast (Streamer) – Traitor
Docm77 (Streamer) – Traitor
D0mics (YouTuber) – Traitor
Don Cheadle (Actor who starred in Traitor) – Traitor
Donna Brazile (Burned Bernie in 2016) – Traitor
Dove Cameron (Singer) – Traitor
Dr. Disrespect (Former role model) – Traitor
DreamcastGuy (YouTuber) _ Traitor
Dr. Lupo (YouTuber) – Traitor
Dude Perfect (Former purveyors of masculinity) – Traitor
Easy Allies (Streamers) – Traitor
Ed Boon (Former rebel) – Traitor
Ed Sheeran (Singer) – Traitor
Ellen DeGeneres (Dances better than she tells jokes) – Traitor
Ellie Goulding (Singer) – Traitor
Eminem (Inverted Oreo) – Traitor
Eric Nam (K-Pop singer) – Traitor
Erin Fitzgerald (voice actress) – Traitor
Ethos (Samurai Zero creative director) – Traitor
Eva Marie (Couldn’t hang with Fandango) – Traitor
Exhumed (Musician) – Traitor
Fall Out Boy (Musician) – Traitor
FalseProof (YouTuber) – Traitor
FaZe Clan (E-sports competitors) – Traitor
Felicia Day (Fake gamer girl) – Traitor
Fergie (Wasn’t hot enough to keep Josh Duhamel from cheating) – Traitor
Fever 333 (Musician) – Traitor
Floaromaa (Streamer) – Traitor
Food Wishes (YouTuber) – Traitor
Foo Fighters (There goes my hero) – Traitor
Foxtrot44 (Streamer) – Traitor
Francesca Capaldi (Actress) – Traitor
Frank Iero and the Future Violents (Musician) – Traitor
FrivolousFox (YouTuber) – Double Traitor
Fuslie (Streamer) – Traitor
GameGrumps (YouTubers) – Traitor
Gigguk (YouTuber) – Probation
Glimmer (Podcasters) – Traitor
Goatwhore (Musician) – Probation
Godswill Ugwa Jr. (Viz Media community manager) – Traitor
Green Day (Musician) – Traitor
Greta Thunberg (Puppet) – Traitor
Gun Inaccuracies In Media – Insincere Traitor
Guns N’ Roses (Musician) – Traitor
H3H3 Productions (Disgraced) – Traitor
Halsey (Confused) – Traitor
Harry Styles (Only talented member of One Direction) – Traitor
Hasanabi (Streamer) – Traitor
Hayley Williams (Singer) – Double Traitor
HBomberguy (YouTuber) – Developing Traitor
Hillsong Worship (Musician) – Probation
Holland (Singer) – Traitor
Hoobastank (Musician) – Traitor
Ice Cube (Needs to swallow) – Traitor
Ify & Fiona(Entertainer) – Traitor
Iggy Azalea (Singer) – Traitor
iGumDrop (Streamer) – Traitor
iJustine (Digger) – Traitor
Imagine Dragons (Musician) – Traitor
Incubus (Musician) – Probation
Indeimaus (YouTuber) – Traitor
Internet Today TV (YouTuber) – Traitor
IntroSpecktive (YouTuber) – Traitor
ItsFunneh (YouTuber) – Traitor
Izzy Hale (Musician) – Traitor
James Charles (Catfishing heterosexual men) – Traitor
JackSepticEye (YouTuber) – Filthy Triple Traitor
Jad Saxton (Voice actress) – Traitor
Jaiden Animations (YouTuber) – Traitor
James Willems (Has really tiny dreams) – Double Traitor
Jamey Jasta (Singer) – Traitor
Jamie Marchi (Voice actress) – Traitor
Jane Fonda (Former sex symbol) – Traitor
Jason Derulo (One-hit wonder) – Traitor
Jax Blade Fitness (Blacked.com dream hire) – Traitor
Jay Park (K-Pop singer) – Traitor
Jeffree Star (Opportunist) – Traitor
Jeff Gerstmann (Catalyst for proto-#GamerGate) – Probation
Jenna Marbles (Productive thot) – Traitor
Jennifer Scheurle (Guild Wars 2 narrative lead) – Traitor
Jenny Vu (Streamer) – Traitor
Jesse Cox (Still pondering if it’s gay to be trapped ) – Traitor
Jessi (K-Pop singer) – Traitor
Jessica Nigri (Overrated cosplayer) – Traitor
Jessie Pridemore (Cosplayer) – Traitor
Jim Caddick (Streamer) – Traitor
Jim Gaffigan (What a man sounds like if he never left puberty) – Traitor
Jimmy Fallon (Paid to laugh) – Traitor
Jim Sterling (Former free speech advocate) – Traitor
Jirard Khalil “The Completionist” (YouTuber) – Double Traitor
J.K. Rowling (Revisionist storyteller) – Traitor
J. Michael Tatum (Voice actor) – Traitor
John Cena (Carried WWE on his back for 15 years) – Traitor
John Patrick Lowrie (Voice actor) – Traitor
John Wolfe (YouTuber) – Traitor
JoJo (Singer) – Traitor
Joel Osteen (Salesman) – Probation
Jonathan Paula (Jogwheel owner) – Traitor
John Boyega (Rey’s simp) – Traitor
Joshua Ovenshire (YouTuber) – Traitor
Joshua “TheJWittz” Wittenkeller (YouTuber) – Traitor
Joy Reid (MSNBC anchor) – Traitor
Justin Bieber (Home-schooling gone wrong) Misguided Traitor
Justin Trudeau (Face-paint extraordinaire) – Traitor
Jvcki Wai (K-Pop singer) – Double Traitor
Kanye West (Gave Taylor Swift PTSD) – Traitor
Kellin Quinn (Sleeping With Giants) – Traitor
Kevin Woo (K-Pop singer) – Traitor
Kathryn Knutsen (YouTube video editor) – Traitor
Katy Perry (Singer) – Traitor
Kesha Rose (Singer) – Traitor
Kevin Bacon (Never won an Oscar) – Traitor
Kevin Fagaragan (Artist) – Traitor
Kevin Hart (Unfaithful) – Traitor
Kim Kardashian (Cottage cheese connoisseur) – Traitor
Kinda Funny Games (YouTuber) – Traitor
KoneKoKitten (YouTuber) – Traitor
Korn – (Musician) – Traitor
KSI (Beat the snot out of Logan Paul) – Traitor
L.A. Beast (YouTuber) – Traitor
Lady Devann (Community manager for Bethesda) – Traitor
Lady Gaga (Musician) – Traitor
Lasercorn (Smosh Games member) – Traitor
Last Podcast On The Left (Podcasters) – Traitor
Lauren Orlando (Conceited) – Traitor
LazarBeam (Tiktok reviewer) – Traitor
Lazy Game Reviews (Game reviewer) – Traitor
Lee Howon (K-Pop singer) – Traitor
LegacyKillaHD (YouTuber) – Traitor
Lele Pons (Singer) – Traitor
Lil’NasX (Rapper) – Traitor
LilyPichu (Artist) – Traitor
Link Neal (Mythical co-founder) – Traitor
Lin-Manuel Miranda (Cultural appropriator) – Traitor
Linus Tech Tips (YouTuber) – Traitor
Lisa Su (AMD CEO) – Traitor
Little Mix (Musician) – Traitor
Lockstin & Gnoggin (YouTuber) – Traitor
Logan Paul (YouTuber) – Fake Traitor
Louis Tomlinson (Former member of One Direction) – Traitor
Lucahjin (YouTuber) – Traitor
Madison Beer (Singer) – Traitor
Madonna (Perpetually chasing relevancy) – Traitor
Malu Trevejo (Singer) – Traitor
Man Overboard (Musician) – Traitor
Mara Wilson (Actress/Author) – Traitor
Marianas Trench (Musician) – Traitor
Mari Takahashi (Smosh Games member) – Traitor
Marie Lu (Author) – Traitor
Mark Hamill (Senior breastfeeder) – Traitor
Mark Hoppus (Musician) – Traitor
Markiplier (If chocolate had a voice) – Traitor
Mark Ruffalo (Straightened out a lesbian) – Traitor
Mark Tuan (K-Pop singer) – Traitor
Mark Wahlberg (Sega CD rapper) – Traitor
Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook lizard) – Traitor
Marshmello (Constantly seeking approval from Ninja) – Traitor
MatPat From Game Theory (YouTuber) – Traitor
Matt McMuscles (YouTuber) – Traitor
Matt Reeves (Director of The Batman) – Traitor
Matt Sohinki (Streamer) – Traitor
Maximilian Dood (Actually defended Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite) – Traitor
Max Scoville (IGN reporter) – Traitor
Mayday Parade (Musician) – Traitor
Mayor Muriel Bowser – Traitor
Michael Jordan (Legend) – Traitor
Michelle Rojas (Voice actress) Traitor
Mikey Way (Musician) – Traitor
Ministry (Musicians) – Traitor
Miso (K-Pop singer) – Traitor
Mitt Romney (Got bodied by Obama… twice) – Traitor
Mizy (K-Pop singer) – Traitor
Modern Vintage Gamer (YouTuber) – Traitor
Monica Rial (Wanted Vic’s dick) – Traitor
MrBeast (YouTuber) – Traitor
MrSuicideSheep (Musician) – Traitor
Muyskerm (YouTuber) – Traitor
NadeShot (E-sports competitor) – Traitor
Natalie Portman (Actress) – Traitor
Naughty Dog’s Neil Druckmann (Golfing expert) – Double Traitor
Nelstar15 (Square Enix influencer relations and streamer) – Traitor
Nessa Barrett (Next-level thot) – Traitor
Nikki & Brie Bella (Famous thanks to John Cena and Daniel Bryan ) – Traitor
Nina Lu (Actress) – Traitor
Nine Inch Nails (The only good meme from Digg) – Probation
Nintendrew (YouTuber) – Traitor
NitroRad (YouTuber) – Traitor
No.1 Alex (Streamer) – Traitor
Noah Schnapp (Actor) – Traitor
Nolan North (Used to be the best in the business) – Traitor
Noname (No clue but very popular) – Traitor
Ohnips (Artist who draws fap-bait and is fap-bait) – Traitor
Olivia Sui (Smosh Games member) – Traitor
Optimus (Streamer) – Traitor
Ozzy Osbourne (Musician) – Traitor
Pamela Horton (Playboy’s Bayonetta) – Traitor
Panic At The Disco (Creator of Highest Hopes) – Traitor
Paramore (Musician) – Traitor
Patton Oswalt (Kevin James’ lackey) – Traitor
PeachJars (Uber-thot) – Traitor
Pewdiepie (YouTuber) – Probation
PeanutButter Gamer (YouTuber) – Traitor
Peter Park TV (Streamer) – Traitor
Phil “Amazing Phil” Lester (YouTuber) – Traitor
Phil Spencer (Was Xbox’s last hope) – Traitor
PIEGUYRULZ (YouTuber) – Traitor
Pokimane (Thot) – Traitor
Police Chief Michael Shaw (Scared) – Traitor
Poofesure (YouTuber) – Traitor
ProJared (Tried and failed to become Sailor Mercury) – Traitor
Quackity (YouTuber) – Traitor
QuarterJade (Streamer) – Traitor
Quinton Reviews (YouTuber) – Traitor
Rami Ismail (Vlambeer’s clout chaser) – Traitor
Randy Orton – Traitor
Randy Pitchford (Financial Magician) – Traitor
Raymond Toro (My Chemical Romance) – Traitor
Ray Parker Jr (Singer) – Traitor
Rebecca Sugar (Steven Universe creator) – Traitor
RelaxAlax (Streamer) – Traitor
ReviewTechUSA (YouTuber) – Traitor
Revocation (Musician) – Traitor
RevScarecrow (YouTuber) – Traitor
Rhett McLaughlin (Co-founder of Mythical) – Traitor
Richard A. Fowler (Fox New contributor) – Traitor
Rihanna (Singer) – Traitor
Rise Against (Musician) – Traitor
Risorins (Artist) – Traitor
Rita Ora (Singer) – Traitor
Rob Delaney (Comedian) – Traitor
Roddenberry Podcasts – Traitor
Rosanna Pansino (YouTuber) – Traitor
Rowan Blanchard (Actress) – Traitor
Ryan Reynolds (Pegged Deadpool) – Traitor
Samuel Kim (K-Pop star) – Traitor
Sabrina Carpenter (Singer) – Traitor
Sara Ventura (Localizer for Nintendo) – Traitor
Sarah Whittle (Smosh Games producer) – Traitor
Scarra (Streamer) – Traitor
Scott Wozniak (YouTuber) – Flimsy Traitor
Sean Chiplock (Couldn’t prevent Hyper Universe’s demise) – Traitor
Sean Plott (From Day9.tv) – Traitor
Secrets (Musician) – Traitor
Selena Gomez (Celebrity) – Traitor
Seth Rogen (Celebrity leech) – Traitor
Sharla In Japan (YouTuber) – Traitor
Shaun (Perturbed over the mortally challenged) – Traitor
Shayne Topp (Smosh Games member) – Traitor
Shinedown (Musician) – Traitor
Simple Plan (Musician) – Traitor
Simply Nailogical (YouTuber) – Traitor
Sky-Hi (Singer) – Traitor
Skill Up (YouTuber) – Traitor
Smash Mouth (Musician) – Traitor
Smosh Games (YouTubers) – Traitor
SomeCallMeJohnny (YouTuber) – Traitor
SomeOrdinaryGamers (YouTuber) – Traitor
SonicFox (Worst human being on the face of the planet) – Furry Traitor
Son of a Glitch (A+ Start StreameYouTuber) – Traitor
Stacey Abrams – Traitor
Starsmitten (YouTuber) – Traitor
Stephen King (Writer) – Traitor
Stephanie Sheh (Voice actress) – Traitor
Steve Ballmer (LA Clippers owner) – Traitor
Steve Carell (Actor) – Traitor
Stephen Georg (YouTuber) – Traitor
Stop Skeletons From Fighting (YouTuber) – Traitor
Suicide Silence (Musician) – Traitor
Sum 41 (Musician) – Traitor
Summer Rae (Human Barbie doll) – Traitor
SungWon Cho (Actor who hasn’t been in any major movies) – Traitor
Sunny Malouf (Singer) – Traitor
Taeyang (K-pop singer) – Traitor
TeamFourStar (Content creators) – Traitor
Teawrex (Streamer) – Traitor
Technology Connections (YouTuber) – Traitor
The Beatles (Musicians) – Traitor
The Black Dahlia Murder (Musician) – Traitor
The Great Clement (YouTuber) – Traitor
TheOdds1Out (YouTuber) – Traitor
The Pussycat Dolls (Strippers pretending to be singers) – Traitor
The Rock (Used to be the most electrifying man in entertainment) – Traitor
The Weeknd (Singer) – Traitor
Tia Ballard (Funimation voice actress) – Traitor
Tiger JK (K-pop singer) – Traitor
Toby Fox (Undertale developer) – Traitor
Travis Barker (Musician) – Traitor
Travis Scott (Musician) – Probation
Twenty One Pilots (Musician) – Probation
Tyler “Ninja” Blevins (Streamer) – Weak Traitor
Tyler Scheid (Youtuber) – Traitor
Valkyrae (Streamer) – Traitor
Victoria Justice – (Proto-thot) – Traitor
Vikkstar (YouTuber) – Traitor
VintageBeef (Streamer) – Traitor
Warbringer (Musician) – Traitor
Wil Wheaton (Being told to shut-up since 1988) – Traitor
xChocoBars (Streamer) – Traitor
Xell (Streamer) – Traitor
Yo Mama (YouTuber) – Traitor
YongYea (10-min content creator) – Double Traitor
Yoshiller (GoNintendo writer) – Traitor
Yvonnie (Streamer) – Double Traitor
Zac Effron (Human Ken doll) – Traitor
ZackScottGames (Wholesome) – Traitor
Zak Bagans (Travel Channel host) – Traitor
Zedd (Musician) – Traitor
Zelo (K-Pop singer) – Traitor
Zeltic (Should have stuck to Hyrule) – Traitor
Zombie Cleo (YouTuber) – Traitor
Zombie Unicorn (Tried to bully bullies and got bullied) – Traitor
Zoe Amira (Makeup artist) – Traitor
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2019.09.24 07:22 Pipboy2 [USA][H]PS1,2,3,4 Xbox, 360, One Nentendo, SNES, N64, GC, Wii, Wii U, Switch, GameBoy, GBA, DS, 3DS, PSP, Vita, Sega Genesis, SNES Classic, RE Cainsaw controller, Shield Portable[W] Paypal


I am currently selling all of my video games to help pay for college as i realize that school is just more important then having a bunch of games sitting in storage. All of the disc games are in great if not Mint condition as I have been a game collector since i was a kid. All the cartridge games besides the DS, 3DS and PS Vita games are loose with no case. I can send pictures on request. Let me know if you have any questions.

PSONE

Breath of the Wild38
Fighting Force12
Grand Theft Auto7
Grand Theft Auto 27
Grand Theft Auto London9
Legacy of Kain Soul Rever15
Silent Hill48

PS2

.hack Infection12
Amplitude12
Baldur's Gate Dark Alliance 245
Bards Tale9
Batman Begins8
Batman Rise of Sin Tzu9
Batman Vengeance10
Beyond Good & Evil10
Champions of Norrath20
Champions: Return to Arms35
Destroy All Humans10
Destroy All Humans Greatest hits8
Deus Ex The Conspiracy15
Devil May Cry6
Devil May Cry 27
Devil May Cry 3 SE7
Dragon Quest VII/FFXII Demo25
Fallout Brotherhood of steel29
Fantavision3
Fatal Frame 236
Fatal Frame 340
Final Fantasy X6
Final Fantasy XII Collectors Edition5
God Hand65
God of War7
God of War 2 2-disc set12
Grand Theft Auto San Andreas6
Guitar Hero6
Haunting Ground170
ICO12
Jak 27
Jak 37
Jak and Daxter12
JakX Combat Racing (Sealed)20
Justinc League Heroes8
Katamari Damacy15
Kessen5
Kingdom Hearts 2 (Sealed)23
Kingdom Hearts RE: Chain of Memories10
Legacy of Kain Blood Omen 212
Legacy of Kain Defiance12
Legacy of Kain Soul Reaver 210
MDK 2 Armageddon7
Monster Hunter19
Monster Rancher 44
Nightmare before christmas Oogies Revenge18
Okami9
Onimusha14
Onimusha 26
Onimusha 3 Demon Siege10
Onimusha Dawn of Dreams24
Prince of Persia Sands of time5
Prince of Persia The Two Thrones6
Prince of Persia Warrior Within5
Radiata Stories16
Ratchet & Clank Going Commando8
Ratchet & Clank Greatest Hits7
Ratchet & Clank: Up your Arsenal10
Ratchet: Deadlocked21
Resident Evil 4 Premium Edition31
Resident Evil Outbreak11
Resident Evil Outbreak File 228
Rule of Rose320
Shadow Hearts From the New World35
Silent Hill 235
Silent Hill 338
Silent Hill 442
Silent Hill Origins37
Sly Cooper and the Thievius Racoonus7
Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow5
Star ocean Till the end of time10
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles10
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 Battlenexus10
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3 Mutant nightmare14
The Suffering17
The Warriors20
Trapt20
Valkyrie Profile 215
Xenosaga14
Xenosaga 214
YS The ark of Napishtim30
Zone of enders the 2nd run12
Zone of enders/Metal Gear Demo9

PS3


Final Fantasy XIII-29
Folklore16
Grand Theft Auto IV5
Little Big Planet9
Rachet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction6
Resistant Fall of man6
Sonic Ultimate Genesis Edition9
Spider-Man 3 Collectors Edition18

PS4

Bloodborne10
Crash Bandicoot N-sane Trilogy19
Destiny5
Dragon Quest Builders22
Elder Scrolls V Skyrim VR16
Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster9
Final Fantasy XII the Zodiac Age Limited Edtion(sealed)40
Ratchet & Clank8
Star Wars Battlefront5
The Order13
Word of Final Fantasy Limited Edition18
Final Fantasy Type-0 Collectors Edition42

PSP

Daxter6
Grand Theft Auto Liberty City Stories9
Lemmings5
Little Big Planet6
Lumines Puzzle Fusion5
Metal Gear Acid10
Metal Gear Solid Portable ops7
Metal Gear Solid Portable Ops Plus9
Silent Hill Experience20
Silent Hill Experience(sealed)28
Valkyrie Profile Lenneth18

Vita

Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster14
Freedom Wars11
Persona 4 Golden27
Sly Cooper Collection(Sealed)18

XBOX

Advent Rising6
Burnout 310
Call of Cthulhu40
Castlevania Curse of Darkness12
Chronicles of Riddick7
Crimson Skies5
Dead or Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball6
Doom 3 Collectors Edition6
Doom 3 Resurrection of Evil8
Fable Lost Chapters6
Fallout Brotherhood of steel25
Halo5
Halo 2 Collectors Edition10
House of the Dead 312
Jade Empire Limited Edition10
Kingdom under Fire6
Legacy of Kain Defiance7
Lord of the Rings Third Age6
Mechassault5
Mercenaries5
Ninja Gaiden7
Ninja Gaiden Black69
Oddword Munchs Oddysee6
Oddword Strangers Wrath10
Oddword Strangers Wrath10
Phantom Dust12
Psychonauts19
Raze's Hell10
Sonic Heros/Super Monky ball26
Sonic Mega Collection Plus5
Spider Man 28
Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow5
Star Wars Battlefront10
Star Wars Jedi Knight Jedi Academy14
Star Wars Knights of the old Republic9
Star Wars Knights of the old Republic 213
Star Wars Republic Commando12
Stubbs the Zombie65
The Suffering10

XBOX 360

Assassins Creed5
Batman Arkham Asylum5
Battlefield 2 Modern Combat6
Bioshock Limited edition32
Borderlands5
Burnout Paradise8
Burnout Revenge12
Call of Duty 26
Condemned 2 Bloodshot7
Condemned Criminal Origins8
Conmmand and Conquer 3 Tiberium Wars6
Dead Rising5
Fable 2 Limited Collectors Edition14
Fight Night Round 35
Gears of War 2 Limited ediion13
Gears of War Collectors edition16
Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter5
Ghost Recon Advanced warfighter 25
Kameo6
Lego Batman5
Lego Indiana Jones5
Lego Star Wars Original Trilogy6
Marvel ultimate Alliance6
Mass Effect5
Orange Box9
Peter Jackson's King Kong6
Quake 47
Resident Evil 55
Sneak King5
Splinter Cell Double Agent6
The Darkness8
Tomb Raider Lengend7

XBOX ONE

Halo 5 (Sealed)12
Killer Instinct Definitive edition(Sealed)27
Mass Effect Andromeda Deluxe Ediion(Sealed)15
Quantum Break(Sealed)9
Recore8
Sunset Overdrive(sealed)5
Wolfenstein New Order(Sealed)9

SEGA Genesis

Aladdin9
Eternal Champions5
Jurassic Park5
Mortal Kombat 28
Road Rash9
Sonic & Knuckles11
Sonic 3d Blast7
Sonic the Hedgehog(with box)25
Tiny Toon Buster's Hidden Treasure9
Virtua Racing19

NES

Jaws8
Sky Shark12
Super Mario/Duck Hunt4
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 211

SNES

Aero the Acrobat6
Castlevania IV30
Doom Troopers27
George Foreman's KO55
Gradius 312
Incredible Hulk11
Junge Book5
Legend of Zelda A link to the past20
Lion King11
NBA Jam6
Pilotwings8
Pitfall The Mayan Adventure6
Star Fox11
Street Fighter 2 Turbo10
Super Empire Stikes Back11
Super Mario Kart20
Super Mario World10
Super Mario World10
Super Mario World10
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV (Turtles in Time)34
Zombies ate my Neighbors​24

N64

10807
Aerofighters Assault7
Army Men Sarge's Heroes7
Blast Corps11
Bomber Man 6417
Clay Fighter 63 1/315
Cruis'n USA8
Diddy Kong Racing15
Doom 6429
Duke Nukem Zero Hour10
Gauntlet Legends25
Goldeneye19
Hexen12
Hybrid Heaven9
Legend of Zelda Majora's Mask36
Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time20
Mario Kart 6427
Mario Party30
Mario Party 236
Mario Party 340
Mischief Makers20
Paper Mario 6443
Perfect Dark9
Pilotwings 6410
Quake 211
Quest 649
Resident Evil 223
South Park Rally13
Star Fox 6415
Star wars Episode 1 Racer7
Star Wars Rogue Squadron8
Wave Race 646

GAMECUBE


Baldur's Gate Dark Alliance22
Baten Kaitos24
Chaos Field37
Chi Bi-Ro bo70
Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix17
Eternal Darkness (Loose)29
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles12
Fire Emblem Path of Radiance158
Ikaruga55
Legend of Zelda Four Swords37
Legend of Zelda Wind Waker30
Legend of Zelda: Collectors Edition 4 Games41
Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time36
Lego Star wars6
Luigi's Mansion37
Mario Golf13
Mario Kart35
Mario Party 534
Mega Man Anniversary Collection10
Mega Man X Collection24
Pikmin29
Pikmin 238
Pokemon XD(sealed)170
Resident Evil12
Resident Evil 245
Resident Evil 345
Resident Evil 4 Game stop Collectors with promo50
Resident Evil Zero9
Shadow the Hedgehog11
Star Wars Rogue Squadron 312
Super Smash Bros Melee39
The Hobbit10
Viewtiful Joe Red Hot Rumble(sealed)34
X-Men Legends10
X-Men Legends 214

WII

House of the Dead 2 & 3 Return(sealed)18
Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess9
Link's Crossbow Training7
Mario Party 816
Metroid Other M8
New Super Mario Bros11
Resident Evil 47
Resident Evil Umbrella Chronicles9
Super Mario Galaxy10
Trauma Center Second Opinion6
Wii Fit12
Wii Play5
Wii Play5

WII U

Hyrule Warriors9
Hyrule WarriorsLegend of Zelda Twilight Princess HD39
NitendoLand5
Star Fox Zero/ Star Fox Guard8
Super Mario 3d World11
****Wiif Fit U****4
Xenoblade Chronicles x Collectors Edtiion49
Zombie U5

NINTENDO SWITCH

Octopaht Traveler Wayfarer's Edition(Sealed)146
Dragon Quest Builders34
Fire Emblem Warriors19
Arms30
Super Mario Odyssey39
Lego City Undercover17
Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle(loose)16
Pokken Tournament35
Octopath Traveler35
Binding of Isaac Afterbirth33
Xenoblad Chronicles 2(special Edition)74
Skyrim37

GAME BOY

Final Fantasy Adventure21
Metroid 216
Pokemon Blue16
Resident Evil Gaiden82
Super Mario Land 3 ( Wario Land)13
Tetris7
Who Framed Roger Rabbit9

GBA

Advance Wars23
Boktai45
Breath Of Fire15
Breath of Fire 213
Castlevania Double Pack58
Classic Donkey Kong11
Classic Super Mario Bros15
Donkey Kong Country11
Donkey Kong Country 210
Donkey Kong Country 311
Earthworm Jim9
Fianal Fantasy VI24
Final Fantasy I & II Dawn of Souls10
Final Fantasy IV11
Fire Emblem39
Fire Emblem The Sacred Stones31
Gunstar Heroes24
Kingdom Hearts Chain of Memories7
Kirby Amazing Mirror22
Mario & Luigi Superstar Saga13
Mario Kart Super Circuit10
Mario Vs Donkey Kong8
Metroid Fusion24
Metroid Zero Mission34
Rebelstar Tactical Command13
Sigma Star23
Super Mario Advance 4 (super mario 3)11
Sword of Mana12
Worms World Party6
Yoshi Topsy Turvy12

DS


Age Of Empires10
Castlevania Order of Esclesia + Strat guide(Sealed)150
Final Fantasy Fables Chocobo Tales8
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2019.09.20 03:31 CrazyNaut Everything We Know About Beta 1.2 (Updated)

Everything We Know About Beta 1.2 (Updated)
Now that Super Smash Con is over, the new tester build is out, and most of its content has been revealed, we have a much better grasp of what's coming in the next demo than we did a little over a month ago. Many events and videos and agonizingly beautiful Twitter screenshots have come since then, so I thought I'd give my old post a makeover to account for everything new we know will be in Beta 1.2.

Characters
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As far as new characters go, the six that are guaranteed to appear are Simon, Krystal, Rayman, Lucario, Ryu, and Waluigi.
  • Simon has many of his moves coincidentally from Ultimate but with more power behind them, along with an up special good for horizontal recovery, tethering, and sliding across the stage
  • Krystal's got some power in that staff at long-range and a deadly Sniper Rifle, and she also possesses a dash attack that turns her around, a Grenade based on Mii Gunner, and something like Bayonetta's side special
  • Rayman reaches extremely far with his limbs, but who cares when you have a giant plum that can be a platform and an attack at the same time
  • Lucario is a lot like he is in the official Smash titles (aura and everything), but with some extra speed, a dash attack that rockets him off platforms, and an aerial Force Palm that acts like it does in Project M
  • Ryu is basically his Smash 4 version (no automatic facing his opponents, and you can't cancel attacks into special moves), honestly I don't know enough about Ryu to tell what's changed
  • Waluigi is a wacky boy inspired by MKHT's Brawl mod, also featuring ridiculous meteor smashes on his up air and down air, a dice block acting like Judge, a Piranha Plant (Thaddeus "Chompers" DePlant) that tanks hits and throws bitten opponents, and even some moves copied from Luigi
Resprites are also here, with Kirby, Ness, and Sora all getting new and more detailed custom sprites.

Movesets
We don’t know much about moveset changes, but there's still some minor new stuff confirmed.
  • Along with Sora's resprite, his jab is back to its old animation and Strike Raid actually makes the Keyblade come back to him
  • PAC-MAN will apparently have a harder time fruit-regrabbing
  • Pichu can now dash twice with Agility when using Discharge, and each dash will have the explosion
  • Goku has a new idle animation to differentiate from his old look
  • Ichigo's forward smash and down aerial have new animations
  • Bowser, Zelda, Zero Suit Samus, Bandana Dee, Fox, Pichu, and Ichigo all have new taunts

Stages
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We actually have a fair few new stages confirmed to be appearing.
  • Venus Lighthouse from Golden Sun is confirmed to show up with high-quality sprites
  • The World That Never Was‎‎ from Kingdom Hearts II is a gorgeous stage that may or may not be legal
  • Sky Pillar from Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire is a tall one with water that actually moves
  • Suzaku Castle from Street Fighter II is different from its Smash appearance, being much simpler
  • Krazoa Palace from Star Fox Adventures features details from all kinds of dungeons in the game and a giant fan that blows wind upward
But what about Skyward Voyage, Silph Co., Distant Planet, and Shadow Moses Island? We haven't heard much of them since they were disabled in Beta, so we'll have to wait and see if they'll be coming back soon.
On top of this several stage hazards will be returning to the game. Many were removed due to bugs and we don't know everything that's been fixed, but we do know that Birdo and Pidgit will be returning to Mushroom Kingdom II.

Items
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With items, there are four new ones confirmed to be appearing.
  • The Screw Attack from Metroid apparently acts the same way as it does in official Smash games
  • The Blood Sword from Final Fantasy II lets the user recover damage as they attack with it
  • The Poison Bomb is an original item that explodes into a cloud of poisonous gas
  • The Trophy Stand from the Subspace Emissary momentarily turns players into motionless trophies.
One other thing to note with the Trophy Stand, according to Bowler, is that the Master Ball will be changed to its official version, in which it releases a Legendary Pokémon. It's a shame to see the concept go, but I do think the Trophy Stand is a cooler way of doing it and will lead to every character having a unique trophy. It's probably way less buggy too, so…
Let's also remember that we also have two new Assist Trophies, those being Riku from Kingdom Hearts and Nagato (AKA Pain) from Naruto. Riku seems to perform circular slashes in the air, and Nagato swirls rocks around him.

Final Smashes
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Of course, we can't forget the Smash Ball, which will be returning. As we've seen from Sonic and Tails' resprite trailer, the flame effect that appears after breaking it is new, though we don't know how the item itself will look. As for the confirmed Final Smashes for the game:
  • Sonic will still become Super Sonic, but the way it looks in the trailer seems like it won't have its own attacks anymore
  • Tails will ride the Tornado across the stage, dropping bombs in its path
  • Zelda will still have the Light Arrow, but with new effects
  • Fox will still have the Landmaster, which can now roll
  • Isaac will summon Judgment in a Final Smash based on actual battles in Golden Sun
  • Bowser will have Giga Bowser, which appears to be like it is pre-Ultimate
  • Mega Man will likely have Mega Legends, as teased in Sora's resprite trailer
  • Luigi will use the Poltergust 5000, as teased in a Facebook image
  • Peach will probably have Peach Blossom, as teased in the game's opening movie
  • Pit will likely use the Three Sacred Treasures, if those sprites from DEATH BATTLE are anything to go by
  • Sora was confirmed to use Trinity Limit in the Beta direct, but that was before he was resprited
  • Lucario will use Aura Storm, as confirmed at the end of his trailer
  • Sandbag and PAC-MAN... well, they already use their Final Smashes in event matches

Music
There's actually a lot of new tracks confirmed for the game, with a lot of them being for the new stages and some replacing the old ripped tracks from before. And I doubt we've seen all of it, too.
  • "Wario Ware Inc" by Auraka (WarioWare, Inc.)
  • "Ashley's Theme" by Chernabogue (WarioWare, Inc.)
  • "Temple" by asf (Temple)
  • "Zelda Main Theme" by Chernabogue (Hyrule Castle)
  • "Inside Krazoa Palace" by Auraka (Krazoa Palace)
  • "Shackled Snowhorn" by Auraka (Krazoa Palace)
  • "Sky Pillar" by Chernabogue (Sky Pillar)
  • "Sky Tower" by Chernabogue (Sky Pillar)
  • "Mute City" by Chernabogue (Sand Ocean)
  • "Big Blue" by Auraka (Sand Ocean)
  • "Isaac's Battle Theme" by 194 (Venus Lighthouse): https://youtu.be/Oj5XtmjIZ20
  • "Title (Golden Sun)" by 194 (Venus Lighthouse): https://youtu.be/71WLcYnvCX8
  • "Funky Zone" by an unknown artist (Flat Zone +)
  • "Wii Sports Theme" by Auraka (Nintendo 3DS)
  • "Castlevania Retro Medley" by Chernabogue (Dracula’s Castle?): https://youtu.be/ZEJTSLXDoc4
  • "Storm Eagle Stage" by Chernabogue (Central Highway): https://youtu.be/kFoHXZM79ao
  • "Ryu's Theme" by Chernabogue (Suzaku Castle): https://youtu.be/8Wa1K6u3t5Q
  • "Ken's Theme" by Auraka (Suzaku Castle)
  • "Sacred Moon" by Chernabogue (The World That Never Was)
  • "Darkness of the Unknown" by Chernabogue (The World That Never Was)
  • "Challengers" by Auraka (Planet Namek): https://youtu.be/5iSaCuDX5LA
  • "The Raising Fighting Spirit" by an unknown artist (Hidden Leaf Village)
  • "Butter Building" by Chernabogue (new Kirby stage?): https://youtu.be/3lTUR-NLEIM
Plus, 194's original v0.9 menu theme will be returning as a second menu song option.

UI Changes
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These are smaller changes, but I do think it's worth pointing out all the touches made to the game’s menus and whatnot, since I think they're pretty enough.
  • The entire menu got a huge visual rework
  • The player boxes at the bottom of the CSS got some tweaks
  • The window on the stage selection screen is smaller and sleeker, leaving more room for stages open
  • The damage meter (HUD) got a huge facelift, as portrait art pops out more and the names are in front of black boxes like in Ultimate
  • Peach, Yoshi, Link, Ness, Captain Falcon, and Sora all have new portrait art for the CSS and damage meter
  • The item menu got a new look with new animations
  • The training mode menu and arena mode scoreboard got slick new looks
  • A new clanking effect was added
  • The results screen now pans down on the winner, and the no contest screen works like it should now

Costumes
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After years of tints and filters, costumes more like what Smash is known for are finally coming to SSF2. Not all will be available at once, as the developers are focusing mainly on human-like characters and will roll more out over the coming updates.
Here's all the characters confirmed, with some of their more notable costumes:
  • Mario has multiple SSB skins, along with Shadow Mario and a retro one based on SMB3
  • Luigi has his own SSB skins, plus a maskless Mr. L and a retro SMB3 costume
  • Peach has costumes based on Daisy, Pauline, the Shadow Queen, and even concept art of Bowser capturing her in Odyssey, plus a retro SMB2 costume
  • Bowser has Dark Bowser, Dry Bowser, Midbus, and a retro SMB3 skin as well
  • Wario has his long lost costumes from SSBB, plus Fire Wario and a Game Boy costume
  • Waluigi copies some costumes from Luigi, and his Piranha Plant changes colors with each one
  • Link brings back most of his SSB costumes (Dark Link included), and brings more based on Breath of the Wild and A Link to the Past
  • Lucario has most of its SSB costumes, with additional ones based on Shiny Lucario and even Eevee
  • Zero Suit Samus mainly uses her SSB costumes, but she also has one based on Dark Samus
  • Krystal has costumes based on other Star Fox gals (Lucy, Katt, Fay, Miyu, etc.), as well as her Assault uniform
  • Pit carries most of his SSB costumes, plus an NES costume and even some based on Viridi and Dark Pit (plus dark arrows)
  • Isaac has costumes based on all of his partners from the GBA Golden Sun titles
  • Mega Man has some SSB4 costumes along with new ones based on other weapons (Tornado Hold, Wild Coil, Bad Box Art Laser Trident, etc.), plus a classic costume
  • Ryu has a lot of his colors from the Street Fighter games, plus costumes for Ken, Evil Ryu, and even his SF1 look
  • Lloyd's costumes reference some of his costumes from Tales of Symphonia, along with some of his friends like Genis, Zelos, and even Emil
  • Bomberman has several of his other Bombermen, plus a Hudson Bee costume and an NES one
  • Simon has costumes based on other Belmonts (Richter, Juste, etc.), as well as other versions of Simon (Ultimate, NES, etc.)
  • Sora has costumes based on his Valor, Wisdom, Master, Limit, Anti, and Final forms, along with Roxas, Kairi, Riku, Donald, and Goofy
  • Luffy's costumes carry most of his uniforms from various anime arcs, plus Nightmare Luffy
  • Ichigo has a Hollow skin, a Fullbringer one, and several for other Bleach characters
  • Sandbag has cool colors, hooray

Bug Fixes
I'd like to assume there'll be a fair amount of bug fixes in the upcoming demo, but so far not many have been confirmed. All we know comes over Discord, and here are some of the bugs that have been fixed.
  • Players online with different unlocks would sometimes cause desyncs
  • Diagonal attacks would ignore shields
  • Reflectors wouldn't actually reflect Pikachu's Thunder Jolt
  • Shells slide when inactive and can't be bounced on
  • Massive Assist Trophy fixes: Lakitu would fly off infinitely (or too low), Spinies moonwalk, Starman's beams don't spawn from his head (and he crashes the game), Metroid flies too far away and detaches when you dodge, several trophies break the camera if they hit a blast zone
  • The Master Ball releases Legendaries now, thereby removing all of the Master Ball's old bugs
  • The Vault movies wouldn't play

And with that, I think that's about everything important we know about the upcoming demo. Lemme know if I missed anything, and I hope this was a lasts us until the inevitable release. See you then.
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2019.06.20 03:01 SariaSelendrile 24F & 28M/Alaska looking for friends for our discord server

Hey Guys!
My partner, u/GenieHakeem (27M) and I (24F) would like some new friends. We live in a pretty isolated place (Alaska) and would like to travel the world through your stories and adventures :) We are in a happy, stable, and supportive relationship, and would like to extend our social circle.
A few of things about us:
We both love to read - Currently I am reading The Doctors' Plague. Hakeen is reading HP1 (we are reading it together :D ) We both have a giant pile of unread books which always has more books being added to it and we are always happy for recommendations.
We both love food - I bake and Hakeem is the chef. Trading recipes would be awesome.
We both love video games - Currently playing Hyrule Warriors and some other switch games. Portal 2 is also on the "to play" list. Any ideas for co-op games for PC or Switch is welcome :)
I am a cat lady, he is a farm boy. Don't get him started talking about camels.
He enjoys the outdoors (hiking, camping, etc). I do not.
We are both in uni - I am in school for CS and Hakeem is studying Math. Expect a bunch of nerd jokes (mostly from me) and logical mindsets.
If this sounds like something you are interested in, send a PM and I will give you the discord link
Saria (and Hakeem)
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2019.04.21 20:48 hamberttaco Davis Anime Club hosts anime convention: DAiCon (April 27th)

After a six-year hiatus, the Davis Anime Club is bringing back it's anime convention DAiCOn on April 27th (Saturday) from 10 AM to 6 PM at the UC Davis Conference Center, Alumni Center, Shrem Museum and Hyatt Place! Tickets are $15 ($18 at the door).
HIGHLIGHTS: - Working in Anime feature Crunchyroll Staff Panel including UCD Alumni - Voice Actor Robbie Daymond (Goro Akechi from PERSONA5, Prompto from Final Fantasy XV, Tuxedo Mask from Sailor Moon) - Voice Actor Bill Rogers (Brock from Pokemon, King Hyrule from Breath of the Wild) - Penguin Highway special anime film screening (just released in the US theaters!) - Cosplay Wrestling Federation - Video Games, Smash, TCG Tournaments, Board Games and more - Opening Ceremony performance by Bakuhatsu Taiko Dan, performances by Video Game Orchestra @ UC Davis - Cosplay Gatherings - Prizes and Giveaway from industry partners including Aniplex of America, RightStuf, and ELEVEN ARTS
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2019.04.21 20:38 hamberttaco Davis Anime Club hosts anime convention: DAiCon (April 27th)

After a six-year hiatus, the Davis Anime Club is bringing back it's anime convention DAiCon on April 27th (Saturday) from 10 AM to 6 PM at the UC Davis Conference Center, Alumni Center, Shrem Museum and Hyatt Place! Tickets are $15 ($18 at the door).
HIGHLIGHTS: - Working in Anime feature Crunchyroll Staff Panel including UCD Alumni - Voice Actor Robbie Daymond (Goro Akechi from PERSONA5, Prompto from Final Fantasy XV, Tuxedo Mask from Sailor Moon) - Voice Actor Bill Rogers (Brock from Pokemon, King Hyrule from Breath of the Wild) - Penguin Highway special anime film screening (just released in the US theaters!) - Cosplay Wrestling Federation - Video Games, Smash, TCG Tournaments, Board Games and more - Opening Ceremony performance by Bakuhatsu Taiko Dan, performances by Video Game Orchestra @ UC Davis - Cosplay Gatherings - Prizes and Giveaway from industry partners including Aniplex of America, RightStuf, and ELEVEN ARTS
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2019.03.07 19:55 SariaSelendrile Couples Penpals Wanted

Hey penpals!
My partner, u/GenieHakeem (27M) and I (23F) would like some new friends. We live in a pretty isolated place (Alaska) and would like to travel the world through your stories and adventures :) We are in a happy, stable, and supportive relationship, and would like to extend our social circle. Couples outside the US are preferred, but not a necessity.
A few of things about us:
If this sounds like something you and your partner are interested in, send a PM and we will be besties in no time.
EDIT: ATM, we cannot afford letters, so email only. Sorry!
Saria (and Hakeem)
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2019.03.02 23:28 Luigi86101 Origin of all moves in Ultimate (Updated)

For special moves, see this.
Anything that's original to Smash will just be left out.
If I mention something "later" appearing, it means the move in Smash existed before the specified move.
Mario/Dr Mario
Neutral Attack: Mario's standard combo from Super Mario 64. (animations 103, 104, and 102 in the video).
Up Tilt: Resembles the second hit of Mario's Mega Glove combo from Super Mario RPG.
Dash Attack: Resembles Mario's Slide Kick from Super Mario 64.
Foward Smash: A move called the Fire Brand later appears in Superstar Saga that resembles this attack.
Down Smash: Resembles Mario's breakdance from Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix, which seems to have originated from Super Mario 64.
Down Aerial: Resembles the Spin Jump from Super Mario World.
Dr. Mario's resembles how Mario stomps on enemies.
Back Throw (Airplane Swing)/Forward Throw: Resembles the way Mario throws Bowser in Super Mario 64.
Up Throw: Resembles Mario's animation that later appears in Super Mario Odyssey when he throws Cappy upwards (top right).
Entrance Animation: Mario can enter and exit Warp Pipes.
Dr. Mario's Entrance Animation: A Megavitamin chain.
Side Taunt: Cappy is Mario's hat in Super Mario Odyssey.
Up Taunt: Resembles Mario's artwork from Club Nintendo.
Down Taunt: Resembles Mario's death animation in Donkey Kong.
Victory Music: Level clear music in Super Mario Bros.
Mario Finale: Resembles Ultra Flame from Super Mario RPG.
Doctor Finale: Mario Finale, but with Megavitamins.
Donkey Kong
Neutral Attack: Resembles the standard attack combo that later appears from Donkey Kong 64. Link 2.
Neutral Aerial: See Spinning Kong in previous post.
Dash Attack: Resembles the Barrel Roll from Donkey Kong Country.
Foward Aerial: A similar move later appears as Donkey Kong's aerial attack in Donkey Kong 64.
Entrance Animation: Players can find Donkey Kong or Diddy Kong in DK Barrels in Donkey Kong Country.
Victory Music: The victory music for clearing a bonus stage in Donkey Kong Country.
New Final Smash: Based on his flurry of punches from Donkey Kong Jungle Beat.
Link
Neutral Attack: This attack most closely resembles his final attacks against Ganon in Ocarina of Time rather than any of his standard attacks.
Foward Tilt: Resembles Link's Z-Targeting slash in Ocarina of Time.
Down Tilt/Edge Attack: May be a vague reference to Link's crouching stab from Zelda II. Resembles his edge attack much more.
Dash Attack (Jump Slash): The jump slash from Ocarina of Time.
Up Aerial: The up thrust from Zelda II.
Down Aerial: The down thrust from Zelda II.
Entrance Animation: In Ultimate, Link soars down on his Paraglider
Victory Music: The Triforce jingle from the original Legend of Zelda.
Up Taunt: Link's Victory pose from Twilight Princess.
Down Taunt: May be a reference to Link's attacking stance in Zelda II.
Ancient Bow and Arrow: The Ancient Bow and Arrow are weapons in Breath of the Wild that are effective against Guardians.
Samus/Dark Samus
Neutral Attack: The second hit resembles artwork that later appeared in Zero Mission.
Dash Attack: Strongly resembles the Shinespark from Super Metroid.
Grab: The Grapple Beam from Super Metroid.
Entrance Animation: Samus exits a Save Station which first appeared in Super Metroid.
Zero Laser: Likely original to Smash, but could be based on the Hypermode state in Metroid Prime.
Dark Samus's is based off of it's beam attack in Metroid Prime 2.
Yoshi
Forward Aerial: Certain frames resembles Yoshis' ground pound, see Ground Pound in previous post.
Down Aerial (Flutter Kick): Resembles the Flutter Jump from Yoshi's Island.
Entrance Animation: Yoshi hatches from an egg in Super Mario World.
Victory Music: The Title Theme from Yoshi's Story.
Stampede!: In the opening cutscene for Super Smash Bros Melee, a stampede of Yoshis are seen running.
Kirby
Neutral Attack: The Vulcan Jab from the Fighter ability in Super Star.
Dash Attack (Burning): The Burning ability from Kirby's Adventure, which has been removed and incorporated into Fire's moveset in modern games.
Forward Smash: The Spin Kick from the Fighter ability in Super Star.
Neutral Air: Possibly based on the aerial attacks of Hammer and Sword in Kirby's Adventure. Also possibly based off of Kirby's game over animations. The Twinkle Star attack from the Smash ability later appears in The Amazing Mirror.
Up Air: The Moon Somersault Kick from the Fighter ability later appears in Return to Dreamland.
Forward Air: Kirby performs three kicks when the spin kick is performed later in Kirby's Return to Dreamland.
Grab: The Foe Grab from the Fighter ability in Super Star.
Forward Throw: The Pile Driver from the Suplex ability in Super Star, which seems to be based on an attack from the Back Drop ability in Kirby's Adventure.
Back Throw: The Big Suplex from the Suplex ability in Super Star, which seems to be based on an attack from the Back Drop ability in Kirby's Adventure.
Up Throw: The Air Drop from the Ninja ability in Super Star.
Down Throw: The Fury Stomp from the Suplex ability in Super Star.
Entrance Animation: Based on the way Kirby exits a Warp Star in Kirby's Dreamland.
Up Taunt: A shortened version of his victory dance.
Victory Music: The Victory Dance from Kirby's Dreamland.
Ultra Sword. The Ultra Sword super ability from Return to Dreamland. Kirby swings the Ultra Sword multiple times during the final boss.
Fox
Entrance Animation: The Arwing first appeared in the original Star Fox.
Up Taunt: See Fire Fox in previous post
Team Star Fox: Fox summons the whole team from the original Star Fox.
Pikachu/Pichu
Neutral Attack (Headbutt): Headbutt is a normal type move introduced in Gen 1. Pikachu can only learn this move by TM.
Forward Smash (Thunder Shock): Thunder Shock is an electric type move introduced in Gen I.
Back Throw (Submission): Submission is a fighting type move introduced in Gen I. Pikachu can only learn this move by TM in Gen I
Entrance Animation: Trainers throw their Pokemon out of a Pokeball to use them.
Victory Music: The Title Theme from Pokemon Red and Blue.
Volt Tackle: Volt Tackle is an electric type move that originated in Gen III, it's the Pikachu line's signature move.
Pichu Taunt: Pichu's eyes are similar to how fainted Pokemon appear in the anime.
Luigi
Neutral Attack: The first two hits are based off of the first two hits of Mario's standard combo in Super Mario 64 (See Mario).
Down Throw: Ground Pounds originated in Super Mario 64.
Grab: The plunger move that Luigi uses in Luigi's Mansion 3.
Throws: Luigi's poltergust from Luigi's Mansion 3.
Entrance Animation: See Mario
Up Taunt: Displays a series of poses: the pose Luigi makes when he get a key in Luigi's Mansion, the pose he makes in official artwork for Partner's in Time, his Bogey animation in Mario Golf, and the pose he makes on the cover of Luigi's Mansion.
Down Taunt: Possibly based on Luigi's losing animation in Mario Party 2, which was incredibly hard to find due to the surplus of "Luigi wins by doing nothing" videos.
Victory Music: See Mario
Poltergust G-00: See Throws
Ness
Several attacks spawn circular PSI energy, based off of some attack animations from Earthbound, like PK Hypnosis.
Foward Smash (Batter Up!)/Side Taunt: The bat is an item in Earthbound (never depicted outside of Smash).
Up Smash (Around the World)/Down Smash: The yo-yo is an item in Earthbound (also never depicted outside of Smash).
Down Throw: The diamond-shaped PSI energy is based off of the animation of PK Fire in Earthbound, specifically PK Fire Gamma.
Entrance Animation: Based on the failed teleportation animation from Earthbound Beginnings.
Up Taunt: A voice says "OK" in Japanese when OK is chosen to name a character in Earthbound.
Victory Music: The Eight Melodies theme from Earthbound Beginnings.
PK Starstorm: PK Starstorm can only be used by Poo in Earthbound and Kumatora in Mother 3 (the teddy bear can't use it, this picture is from a hack.)
Captain Falcon
Entrance Animation: The Blue Falcon first appeared in the original F-Zero.
Victory Music: The Finish theme from F-Zero GX.
Blue Falcon: See Entrance Animation.
Jigglypuff
Forward Tilt (Rolling Kick): Rolling Kick is a fighting type move introduced in Gen I. Jigglypuff cannot learn this move.
Up Smash (Headbutt): Headbutt is a normal type move introduced in Gen 1. Jigglypuff can only learn this move by TM.
Entrance Animation: See Pikachu
Down Taunt: Jigglypuff's fainting animation in Pokemon Battle Revolution.
Victory Music: See Pikachu.
Puff Up: Jigglypuff is known as the Balloon Pokemon.
Peach/Daisy
Neutral Attack: Resembles the Super Slap from Super Mario RPG.
Forward Smash: The frying pan originates from Super Mario RPG, the golf club from Mario Golf on the N64, and the tennis racket from Mario Tennis on the N64.
Up Smash (Ribbon Dance): Peach uses ribbons in Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Taunt (Daisy): Based on her Mario Kart 7 artwork
Entrance Animation: Peach summons a heart every time she uses a special move in Super Mario RPG.
Victory Music: See Mario
Peach Blossom: Peach can use the move Sleepy Time in Super Mario RPG to put enemies to sleep.
Bowser
Forward Tilt: Resembles the Drill Claw from Super Mario RPG.
Up Smash: See Whirling Fortress in previous post.
Entrance Animation: Based on the fact that Bowser can breathe fire.
Victory Music: See Mario
Giga Bowser: Giga Bowser originated in Melee as a boss fight. The way he's in the background resembles the Baby Bowser fight in Yoshi's Island and I'm pretty sure Sakurai or someone else confirmed this.
Ice Climbers
Forward Aerial/Forward Smash: See Squall Hammer in previous post.
Entrance Animation: At the end/top of the bonus stage in Ice Climbers, Popo or Nana can grab the Condor to finish the stage.
Up Taunt: Resembles the Ice Climbers' victory animations if they beat the bonus stage.
Victory Music: The Stage Clear theme from Ice Climbers.
Iceberg: The bonus stage resembles an iceberg.
Sheik
Entrance Animation: See Vanish in previous post.
Victory Music: See Link
Sheikah Dance: Sheik first used her dagger in Hyrule Warriors.
Zelda
Entrance Animation: Possible based on Farore's Wind.
Victory Music: See Link
Triforce of Wisdom: The Triforce shards that Link collects in the original Legend of Zelda is the Triforce of Wisdom. When the Triforce was divided in Ocarina of Time, Zelda was given the Triforce of Wisdom. The Triforce shines before Sheik reveals her true identity. Also possibly based off of her attack against Ganon in Ocarina of Time.
Falco
See Fox for almost everything.
Team Star Fox: The same as Fox's, but the Arwings are doing barrel rolls.
Marth/Lucina
Neutral Attack/Forward Tilt: The upper slash is similar to Marth's attacks with a Rapier in Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light.
Forward Smash (Dragon Killer): Similar to some of Marth's attacks with the Falchion in Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light.
Up Smash: Similar to Marth's attacking stance in Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light.
Forward Aerial: Similar to the animation some units have when attacking in Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light.
Entrance Animation: Warp first appeared in Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light, and the circle first appeared in Mystery of the Emblem.
Additionally, Lucina removes her mask.
Up Taunt: Resembles his critical hit stance in Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light.
Lucina's is based off of her official artwork for Fire Emblem Awakening.
Victory Music: The Opening Theme from Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light.
Lucina's Victory Music: Id (Purpose) from Fire Emblem Awakening.
Critical Hit: Critical hits first appeared in Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light.
Young Link
See Link for moves
Entrance Animation: The way Young Link teleports onto the stage is how he teleports out of a dungeon in Ocarina of Time.
Taunt: Navi is Link's companion in Ocarina of Time.
Taunt: Lon Lon milk is a drink in Ocarina of Time that Link can drink to regain health.
Victory Music: See Link
Triforce Slash: See Link's Neutral Attack. The Triforce of Courage originated in The Adventure of Link.
Ganondorf
Entrance Animation: Resembles Phantom Ganon's portals from Ocarina of Time.
Neutral Attack: Resembles his sword attack in Twilight Princess.
Forward Tilt: Resembles the kick he uses in the Space World 2000 demo, where the sword he uses in his smash attacks originate from.
Forward Smash: Resembles an attack used by Ganondorf in the final battle in Twilight Princess, where he swings his sword in a similar fashion.
Victory Music: See Link.
Down Taunt: Ganondorf holds his sword from the Space World 2000 demo.
Ganon, the Demon King: Ganondorf transforms into Ganon for the final battle in Ocarina of Time.
Mewtwo
Forward Tilt (Tail Whip)/Down Tilt (Tail Sweep)/Up Tilt/Back Aerial/Up Aerial/Edge Attack: Tail Whip, is a normal type status move introduced in Gen I that decreases the target's defense by one stage.
Forward Smash: Resembles Mewtwo's animation for using a special move in Pokemon Stadium.
Forward Aerial (Shadow Scratch): Possibly based off of Shadow Claw, a ghost type move introduced in Gen IV.
Back Throw (Telekinesis): Telekinesis is a psychic type move later introduced in Gen V.
Up Throw (Psychic Whirlwind): From the name, it's possibly based off of Whirlwind, a normal type status move that forces the target to switch Pokemon, or ends a wild battle.
Grab (Psychic): Psychic is a psychic type move introduced in Gen I.
Entrance Animation: See Teleport in previous post.
Up Taunt: Resembles Mewtwo's animation does when it uses a physical move in Pokemon Stadium. It took me two hours to find a video of this animation.
Side Taunt: Resembles Mewtwo's animation for using a status move in Pokemon Stadium.
Down Taunt: Resembles Mewtwo's animation for certain moves in Pokemon Stadium.
Victory Music: See Pikachu
Psystrike: Mewtwo can mega evolve into Mega Mewtwo Y. Psystrike is a psychic type move introduced in Gen V and is Mewtwo's signature move.
Roy/Chrom
Neutral Attack: Resembles an attack used by certain units in Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light.
Forward Smash: Resembles Roy's close range attack with the Binding Blade in The Binding Blade.
Up Taunt: Possibly based on official artwork found in The Binding Blade.
Chrom's taunt: His official artwork from Fire Emblem Awakening.
Entrance Animation: See Marth.
Victory Music: See Marth
Critical Hit: Roy's critical hit in The Binding Blade has his sword engulfed in flames, like in Smash.
Awakening Aether: Chrom's use of the Aether skill from Fire Emblem Awakening.
Mr. Game & Watch
Neutral Attack: G&W uses this insect spray in Greenhouse.
Dash Attack: G&W wears this helmet in Helmet.
Forward Tilt: Mr. G&W uses this chair to hold back lions in Lion.
Up Tilt: Mr. G&W uses these flags in Flagman.
Down Tilt: Mr. G&W uses manholes to cover holes in Manhole.
Neutral Aerial: Not-Mr. G&W uses a fish tank to catch fish in Tropical Fish.
Forward Aerial: Mr. G&W uses these bombs in Safebuster. Back Aerial: Mr. G&W crosses a river on these turtles in Turtle Bridge.
Up Aerial (Spitball Sparky): Mr. G&W? uses whatever he uses to blow a ball to break blocks in Spitball Sparky.
Down Aerial: Donkey Jr. uses this key to open the cage in the Game and Watch version of Donkey Kong Jr. (top, hanging from a tree).
Forward Smash: Mr. G&Ws use these torches to burn down a fort in Fire Attack.
Up Smash: The Mr. G&Ws wear these helmets in Octopus.
Down Smash: Mr. G&W uses these hammers in Vermin.
Grab: This is how Mr. G&W grabs for the levers in Mario's Cement Factory.
Throws: Mr. G&W juggles these balls in his first game, Ball.
Floor Attacks: See Down Smash
Edge Attack: The Game & Watches were watches and thus, had an alarm feature (picture is from the credits of Game & Watch Gallery 4).
Entrance Animation: The Game & Watches used LCD frames to make it seem like MR. G&W is moving.
Up Taunt: See Edge Attack
Side Taunt: See Edge Attack
Down Taunt: The two Mr. G&Ws sit and sigh when they finish a level in the Game and Watch version of Mario Bros.
Victory Music: Based on the only sounds the G&W systems could make.
Octopus: See Up Smash
Meta Knight
Neutral Attack (Flurry Attack): Resembles the Multithrust from Kirby Super Star, but a version later appears in Kirby's Return to Dreamland that bears a stronger resemblance.
Up Tilt: Resembles Up Thrust from the Master ability in Kirby and the Amazing Mirror.
Neutral Aerial: Resembles the Sword Spin from Kirby's Adventure.
Up Throw: See Kirby's Up Throw.
Down Throw: See Kirby's Down Throw.
Entrance Animation: Resembles how Meta Knight flees battles, first seen in Kirby's Adventure.
Up Taunt: See Entrance Animation.
Victory Music: See Kirby
Darkness Illusion: Resembles one of Meta Knights attacks in Star Allies.
Pit/Dark Pit
Neutral Aerial, Up Aerial, Forward Aerial: The buzzsaw-like attacks are similar to Pit's melee dash attack when using a bow in Kid Icarus Uprising.
Entrance Animation: Similar to how Pit enters a grounded area in Kid Icarus Uprising.
Side Taunt: Resembles the pose Pit makes at the end of his first cutscene in Subspace Emissary.
For Dark Pit's side taunt, see Neutral Aerial.
Victory Music: The Title Theme from the original Kid Icarus.
Lightning Chariot: After being entrusted the Lightning Chariot by the Chariot Master, Pit uses it to pierce a barrier surrounding Palutena's Temple.
Dark Pit Staff: The Dark Pit Staff is a weapon in Kid Icarus Uprising.
Zero Suit Samus
Down Smash (Slant Paralyzer): See Paralyzer in previous post.
Grab: Original to Smash, possibly based off of the grapple beam, see Samus's Grab.
Entrance Animation: Samus's Gunship first appeared in Metroid II The Return of Samus.
Victory Music: See Samus.
Zero Laser: See Entrance Animation and Samus's Final Smash.
Wario
Neutral Attack: May be based on the first wo hits of his standard attack combo in Wario World.
Up Tilt: Wario raises both of his hands in this screen in Wario Land 2.
Up Smash: Possibly based on the third hit of his standard attack combo in Wario World.
Dash Attack (Shoulder Tackle): Based on his shoulder bash from Wario Land.
Neutral Aerial: Similar to his crouch jump from Wario Land Shake It!.
Forward Aerial: Similar to his aerial kick from Super Mario 64 DS.
Down Throw: Possibly based on his ground pound attack when holding an enemy from Wario World.
Back Throw: Based on the Wild Swing-Ding from Wario World.
Entrance Animation: See Wario Bike in previous post.
Victory Music: The Stonecarving City theme from Wario Land: Shake It!.
Wario Man: Wario turns into Wario Man after passing through Dr. Crygor's Gravitator.
Snake
Neutral Attack: The attack combo from the Metal Gear Solid.
Forward Tilt: Resembles an attack Snake uses against Gray Fox in a cutscene in Metal Gear Solid.
Dash Attack: Based on his roll from Metal Gear Solid 2.
Forward Smash: The RPG-7 originated in the original Metal Gear.
Up Smash: The mortar first appeared in Metal Gear Solid IV.
Grab & Down Throw (Silent Takedown): Resembles how Snake strangles people in Metal Gear Solid.
Entrance Animation: Resembles an early cutscene in Metal Gear Solid 2 where Snake disengages his stealth camoflage.
Taunts: Snake first used the box to avoid been seen in the original Metal Gear.
Victory Music: The Game Over theme from Metal Gear Solid.
Covering Fire: The flare grenade at the bottom originates from Metal Gear Solid V, where it could be used to called a support helicopter for backup. The reticle resembles the on for the stinger in Metal Gear 2.
Ike
Neutral Attack/Forward Smash: Resembles Ike's attack animation from Path of Radiance.
Forward Tilt: Resembles Ike's attack animation as a Lord in Path of Radiance.
Entrance Animation: See Marth
Side Taunt: Resembles Ike's battle opening animation in Radiant Dawn.
Victory Music: See Marth
Great Aether: [Spoilers] Resembles Ike's final hits against the final boss of Radiant Dawn.
Pokemon Trainer
Charizard's Down Smash: Earthquake is a ground type move introduced in Gen I. Charizard can only learn Earthquake through a TM.
Charizard's Up Tilt/Up Smash: Could be based on Wing Attack, a flying type move introduced in Gen I.
Squirtle's Up Smash: Resembles the animations for several water type moves in Gen I.
Ivysaur's Neutral Attack/Up Tilt/Down Tilt/Forward Smash/Down Smash/Forward Aerial/Back Aerial/Throws/Floor Attacks/Down taunt: See Vine Whip in previous post.
Ivysaur's Dash Attack: Resembles Tackle, a normal type move introduced in Gen I.
Ivysaur's Up Smash (Exploding Flower)/Down AiUp Air: Resembles Stun Spore, a grass type status move intoduced in Gen I that paralyzes the opponent.
Ivysaur's Grab: Similar to in the anime, Pokemon can grab opponents using their vines.
Victory Music: See Pikachu
Final Smash: Fire Blast is a fire type move introduced in Gen 1. Hydro Pump is a water type move introduced in Gen I. Solar Beam is a two part grass type move introduced in Gen I.
Diddy Kong
Dash Attack: His cartwheel attack from Donkey Kong Country.
Forward Throw: Based on Diddy Kong's barrel throwing animation from Donkey Kong Country.
Entrance Animation: See Donkey Kong
Up Taunt: Diddy Kong's victory animation in Donkey Kong Country.
Victory Music: See Donkey Kong
Hyper Rocketbarrel: Based on the Rocketbarrel Boost from Donkey Kong 64.
Lucas
Many attacks spawn hexagonal PSI energy, such as his up smash (PK Smash Geyser), which may be based off of PK Love from Mother 3.
Forward Smash: Sticks are Lucas's primary weapon.
Grab (Rope Snake)/Side Taunt: Duster's rope snake from Mother 3.
Entrance Animation: Lucas rides on this coffee table to get to Saturn Valley in Mother 3.
PK Starstorm: See Ness
Sonic
Neutral Attack: The punch punch kick combo from Sonic the Fighters.
Forward Tilt: The Horse Kick from Sonic the Fighters.
Up Tilt: The Skip Kick from Sonic the Fighters.
Down Tilt: The Leg Throw from Sonic the Fighters.
Dash Attack: Resembles the somersault from Sonic Adventure 2.
Forward Smash: Resembles the Wind-Up Punch from Sonic the Fighters.
Neutral Aerial: Resembles the Air Spin from Sonic the Fighters.
Forward Aerial: Resembles the Emerald Dive from Sonic the Fighters.
Down Aerial (Shooting Star Kick): Resembles the Stomp Dive from Sonic the Fighters, or the Sonic Rocket from Sonic Battle.
Forward Throw: Resembles the Top Kick from Sonic Battle.
Down Throw: Resembles the Double Spin from Sonic the Fighters.
Edge Attack: Resembles the Cliffhanger Flip from Sonic the Hedgehog Spinball.
Up Taunt: Based on his Sonic Adventure concept art.
Side Taunt: The Super Peel Out from Sonic the Hedgehog CD.
Victory Music: The Mission Clear theme from Sonic 06.
Super Sonic: Super Sonic from Sonic and Knuckles.
King Dedede
Dash Attack (Belly Flop) : His belly flop from Kirby's Dreamland.
Forward Smash: His hammer swing from Kirby's Dreamland.
Down Smash: Resembles the Hammer Swing attack from Kirby Super Star.
Forward Aerial: A similar move later appears in Return to Dreamland.
Entrance Animation: Waddle Dees are King Dedede's loyal servants, especially in the anime.
Victory Music: See Kirby
Dede-rush: Masked Dedede's rocket attack from Super Star Ultra.
Olimar
Neutral Attack/Forward Tilt: Based on the Rocket Fist ability from Pikmin 2.
Grab: Based off of the Group Move.
Entrance Animation: The Hocotate Ship is Olimar's ship in Pikmin 2.
Victory Music: The Title Screen theme from Pikmin.
End of Day: At the end of a day, Olimar will enter his ship and take off; any Pikmin left behind will be eaten. In Pikmin 1, if Olimar fails to collect the necessary parts to beat the game, Olimar's ship will crash when attempting to take off.
Lucario
Victory Theme: See Pikachu
Aura Storm: Mega Lucario unleashes a powerful beam that resembles Hyper Beam, a normal type move introduced in Gen I.
ROB
Down Smash: See Arm Rotor in previous post.
Forward Smash: See Robo Beam in previous post.
Grab/Down Throw: Similar to how ROB grabs and places toys.
Entrance Animation: ROB is a physical peripheral for the NES and thus could be disassembled.
Up Taunt: Similar to its victory animation from Mario Kart DS.
Victory Music: The Title Theme from Stack-Up.
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2019.02.27 15:29 OptimumAce [M4F][3rd][GD][Discord] Avid Writer Interested In Most Settings and Genres Searching of Long-Term Roleplay Partners

Hello fellow denizens of Roleplay! I am a 28-year-old husband to an amazing wife, and the father of a little boy who just had his first birthday! Despite a busy schedule with my wonderful family, I am often stuck at work (I job I despise, really) with a lot of free time on my hands. So, during work hours I enjoy roleplay and chatter to pass the time and ease the soul-crushing drain of my workplace! If you care to know about my hobbies, I tend to write fiction, play video games, watch/listen to all sorts of shows/podcasts, play airsoft, and take random online courses to learn new things! Anyway, let's get to the stuff relevant to roleplay.

Edit: Oh dear, I messed up my title. I am so embarrassed, please ignore the mistake!

The following is what you can expect from me as a roleplaying partner:


Now that you know a bit about what you can expect from me, allow me to list what I expect/prefer in my partners:


Note: As mentioned above, I require that potential roleplay partners provide a writing sample upon request. Writing incompatibility is problematic for me, and should we be incompatible as partners I would prefer to save us both time and effort. If you are unwilling to submit a sample when it is requested, I will not be able to carry on with our partnership. Also, as an additional side note, please be aware that I am not fond of photographic face claims.

Below is a non-exhaustive list of fandoms I would be interested in roleplaying in:


Last but not least, let's chat a bit about original settings and plots! I am interested in just about any genre and/or setting, but my favorites are: medieval fantasy, science fiction, science fantasy, and modern fantasy. If I had to put something at the bottom of my list, it would be slice of life. While I am open to slice of life roleplay, it takes a really good idea to interest me. In any case, I have plenty of original ideas floating around. Rather than post them here, however, I would rather see what interests we share and go from there! Working together with my partner to come up with something we both like is one of my favorite parts of roleplay.

Well, that's all from me. Thank you so much for reading, and I hope to hear from you soon!
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2018.12.04 00:00 gscrap I Ran Kingdom Hearts in FATE: Recap and Discussion

I Ran Kingdom Hearts in FATE: Recap and Discussion
Hey folks. I’m pretty new to reddit and I haven’t seen a post like this on this subreddit yet, so I hope I’m not violating any unspoken norms, but here goes. A little while back, I ran a FATE Core game based on the premise of the Kingdom Hearts video game series. It ran weekly for about a year, a total of around 40 sessions around 3 hours apiece. I’m feeling an urge to talk about it, so I thought I’d post a debrief-style summary of the game here. I’ll start with a quick rundown of the way the game was constructed, then a (admittedly probably pretty long) summary of the game itself, and then finish up with what I learned from the experience and hope to apply in the future. I’m presenting this for a moment’s entertainment, inspiration, constructive criticism and suggestions. And of course, for vanity. Always vanity.
This post is going to be a monster… it has taken about five hours to write and is sitting at around 12 pages on the google doc that I wrote it in, and I can’t find an option for collapsible spoiler blocks. So… sorry about that? TL;DR: It’s okay if you don’t want to read it all. We’re cool.
I may also crosspost it on other sites, because it was a lot of work. Haven't decided yet.
Constructing the Game
For a bit of background, this was a game I ran offline for three friends. It was our third game as a group, our second with me as the GM. I’ve been running games for a long time, mostly D&D but some White Wolf as well. I had never used FATE or really anything like it before, either as a player or GM, so it was pretty much all new to me. I chose FATE for this game because I wanted a generic roleplaying system that could encompass fantasy, sci-fi and realism-esque scenarios without too much modification. I was also looking for a rules-light system because my experiments with more complicated generic systems like GURPS and BESM had showed me that it was hard to maintain any kind of balance when players have different levels of experience and optimization ability.
The Kingdom Hearts video game franchise by Square Enix and Disney was, as I mentioned, the basic source for this game. If you’re not familiar with it, this post might not be of much interest to you, but I’ll give you a quick summary of the series anyway. The main characters travel between different worlds (most of which are based on Disney films like Aladdin and The Nightmare Before Christmas), meeting the characters of those worlds, exploring the settings, and battling an invading force of darkness (called the Heartless) while trying to find their friends and solve the mystery of the Heartless. Obviously there’s more to it than that, but that’s the basic premise.
The player characters in this game were meant to be the last survivors of worlds that had already been invaded and destroyed by the Heartless. The players were given the instruction to create an original character from an existing fictional or fictionalized world. I told them to imagine a certain level of power (think more Spider-Man and less Superman), but counted on the game system to keep all the characters balanced regardless of what their supposed power level might be. The game proper was to begin with their first meeting, after the destruction of their home worlds.
(As an aside, a world in this concept is essentially an entire separate universe with its own physics, technology and magic, but it’s really only as expansive as the story that gets told in it. So a world may be as large as a galaxy or as small as a building.)
As you might be able to tell from the setup, I was abandoning some of the central devices used in FATE and creating FATE characters. Since the characters had lost their home worlds and were going to be travelling between worlds, skills like Contacts and Resources didn’t really apply. Likewise, since they were meeting for the first time and all came from separate worlds, using tools like the Phase Trio to come with aspects also felt like a poor fit. So I made some modifications to the base system. These are presented as they actually happened, both ideas that worked out well and the ones that worked out poorly. So take them with a grain of salt.
For the player characters (as well as major helpful NPCs they met along the way), I set aside the usual ways of devising aspects and set the up like this. In addition to the High Concept, one aspect was devoted to the character’s World of Origin. This seemed like a good idea, because it could be invoked or compelled when a character was in or out of their element (so a character from a low fantasy world could invoke it when they were in a low-fantasy world to be familiar with the tropes of that genre, but it could be used against them if they’re in a futuristic space opera surrounded by technology they know nothing about). Instead of a Trouble, each character had a Darkness and a Light. This was a reference to one of the themes of the Kingdom Hearts franchise, the idea that every Heart has both light and darkness, and we are defined by what we choose to follow. In practice, these looked a lot like the World of Darkness’ Virtue and Vice traits: the best and worst aspects of the character’s nature. Because the first four aspects were pretty narrowly defined, the fifth aspect was left open for the player to use as they liked.
For Skills, I dropped Resources and Contacts for the reasons I mentioned above, and made a couple other alterations to suit a game that hops among vastly different universes. I changed Crafts to Tech (a more-or-less purely aesthetic change) and split Lore into Magic and Science. I think I also added Expression, as the skill of creating art. These weren’t really great moves-- Science (as distinct from Tech) and Expression were pretty much wastes of space as no one ever really used them. The Magic skill on its own would allow characters to understand and use magic that they encountered in their travels, and specific effects (i.e., casting spells) required stunts.
I also renamed Fate Points to Heart Points, a purely cosmetic change that brought the game a little closer to its Kingdom Hearts inspiration.
One of the other fundamental premises of FATE was also dropped: player collaboration in the creation of the world. I’m not a monster, and of course when players had suggestions about things they wanted, I would do my best to make them happen, but ultimately I was making all of the decisions about where they were going and what they were doing. Realistically, this was a pretty railroady game, but it was fun so I don’t think the players minded much.
One of the centerpieces of the game was a set of modular equipment that the player characters obtained around the end of the second session: the Keyblade that is emblematic of the Kingdom Hearts series, as well as a Magic Shield and Magic Staff. Each of these granted one stunt and one aspect (for example, the Keyblade could unlock things at the cost of a Heart Point, and had the aspect “A Sword of Terrible Destruction”). In addition, each of these items could be modified by attaching a Keychain, which altered its name and in-game appearance and granted either an additional aspect or (more often) an additional stunt. Each player started with a single Keychain representing their world of origin, and additional keychains were earned as story rewards, a new one each time the players defeated a boss and completed a world. In practice, this was represented by three envelopes with holes cut into them in different places so that different parts of an index card showed through depending on which envelope they went into.

Basically this.
I definitely made some alterations to the Kingdom Hearts premise as well. The Keyblade wielder was not automatically the central character of the story; all three characters got to share equally in the glory. I dropped Gummi Ship travel and Summoning, and most of the way magic worked. I also expanded the range of world options well beyond Disney films, as you’ll see in the summary. I retained a lot of series’ premises and conceits as well, like meeting an ally and teaming up with a native of each world. Some of the retentions were really poor choices in hindsight (notably, to the irritation of all you true FATE afficionados, I retained the combat focus of the video games, getting the player characters into Win-or-Die combats almost every session) but more on that in the “what I learned” section at the end.
The premise of the game, hopping around among different fictional worlds, allowed me a lot of opportunity to have fun with players. Sometimes they got to explore worlds they were familiar with and sometimes I got to introduce them to a new property they had never encountered before. I got to build in little jokes, in the names of aspects and stunts for NPCs, and use lots of media like music and pictures to set the appropriate tone (at one point, I even got to use a short excerpt of an audiobook). I even got to use my fairly meagre photo-editing skills to create some fun images (usually, transforming familiar villains into Heartless). I’ll include one of the cooler images in the summary below.
Also I got to do impressions. A lot of impressions.
Game Summary
For this summary, I’ll cite the many sources that I drew on in parentheses and italics.
To begin with, the characters that my players came up with were, in no special order:
Meky, an Ork Mekboy from the world The Grim, Dark Future (Warhammer 40,000). Meky’s backstory included that he had been created in an Eldar Lab with some sort of cognitive enhancement, such that he was moderately less of a mindless killing machine than most of his Ork brethren.
Imara, a guardian angel from the world of Innistrad (Magic: The Gathering); and
Rhiannon Blackwell, a young Ravenclaw student witch from the world of Hogwarts (Harry Potter series).
World 0: The Ocean Beyond Space and Time (Marvel’s Exiles comics)
After the destruction of their individual worlds, the characters fell through the space between worlds for an indefinite time, before suddenly appearing over an infinite ocean and landing in a little yellow life raft. After getting their bearings, discovering the mysterious Keychains they are each holding for some reason, and meeting each other, they spot a kitchen floating on surface of the water. Traveling to it, they meet the enigmatic Timebroker who explains that each of their worlds was destroyed when the Heartless consumed its heart, but they were saved from destruction because of their strong hearts, and he brought them to this Ocean outside of time and space to send them on their important mission. Before they can begin, however, they need to retrieve the treasures of this realm from another whose strong heart brought him to the Ocean after his world was destroyed, the pirate king Captain Bloth (The Pirates of Dark Water). He also gives them the Tallus Card, an artifact that will help him to guide their travels.
The PCs infiltrate Bloth’s pirate ship, fight the monstrous Constrictus in the hold, and ultimately kill Bloth and retrieve the treasures: a Key, a Rod and a Disc made of green crystal. By attaching their Keychains, they transform the treasures into the Keyblade (Meky), the Magic Staff (Rhiannon) and the Magic Shield (Imara). Meky also claims the gigantic pirate ship as his own, but he doesn’t have any time to enjoy it because the Timebroker’s magic whisks the group away to their first real world.
World 1: Monstropolis (Monsters Inc.)
The team appears in a bathroom stall. They encounter a furry blue monster, Sully, who is trying to find the creature he accidentally let into his workplace while working late. He is doubly freaked out when he sees Rhiannon, since she’s a child and children are toxic to monsters. After sorting out that mess, they search the building together and find the creature: one of the Heartless! They dispatch it, then retreat to Sully’s apartment to plan. They learn that the monsters of Monsters Inc. use special doors to travel to the human world to harvest the screams of children to power their city. Imara is not at all comfortable with this, but Rhiannon, who is used to magic working in strange and macabre ways, is weirdly OK with it.
Along with Sully’s roommate Mike, they infiltrate Monsters Inc. in disguise to look for a “special door” that will take them to another world. On the “scare floor” they battle a group of the Heartless along with the invisible evil monster Randall Boggs, which causes the rest of the monsters to flee and quarantine the floor. Using the Tallus Card, they make contact with the Timebroker who calls up two doors to other worlds, instructing them to travel to each world, defeat the Heartless there, and use the Keyblade to open the path back to this world. Mike and Sully stand guard as the PCs enter the first door.
World 2: Frank (Osmosis Jones)
The team arrives in what they quickly determine to be a colossal human mouth. They meet Osmosis Jones, a white blood cell charged with serving and protecting the world of Frank. Realizing that the Heartless are probably looking for the heart of Frank, they travel to his actual heart. There, in what is essentially a giant highway interchange, they do encounter the Heartless in the form of three viruses: Fever, Chill and Weird (Dr. Mario). They defeat the Heartless, but in the process do significant damage to the structure, getting all the PCs and Jones in trouble with the Mayor of Frank. They pretty promptly get out of trouble when the Heartless attack City Hall (a clever move by a player invoking one of the game aspects: “The Heartless are invading!”). The PCs finally find the Heartless leader, an original creation of mine called Opprobrius, guarding the world’s exit in the filthiest slum of Frank, the rectum. The combat is appropriately hilarious and gross, but the PCs prevail and destroy Opprobrius, opening the way to leave and try the second door.
World 3: Jurassic Park (Jurassic Park, duh.)
They players arrive in a jungle. Searching around they find a triceratops being set upon by tiny Heartless dinosaurs. In the midst of battle, they have a tense encounter with a velociraptor, but ultimately it helps them to defeat the Dark Compsognathi. They carefully befriend the velociraptor, whom Meky names Red Shredda. Along with Red Shredda, they explore the island, avoiding most of the big dinosaurs, and finding the remains of human structures but no evidence of people. They locate food and get the computers and security cameras up and running, and locate where the Heartless are thickest. Meky takes the time to soup up a gas-powered jeep and they charge into battle, Meky at the wheel of his jeep, Rhiannon riding on Red Shredda and Imara flying above. They defeat the leader of the Heartless, another creation of mine called the Idolasaurus Rex, and move on again.
World 3.5: Back to Monstropolis
Back in Monstropolis, they meet Roz, a high-ranking government official. She informs them that the owner of Monsters Inc., Mr. Waternoose, is in league with the Heartless and has barricaded himself in another scare floor. The PCs agree to take out Waternoose in exchange for some supplies and unlimited use of the scare floor. They break into the backup scare floor and encounter Waternoose, empowered by the Heartless and backed by a couple of flying Heartless called Screamers. It’s a tough battle, but they triumph, earning the right to continue using the scare floor as long as they need it. Obligingly, the Timebroker retrieves two more special doors for them to use to access other worlds.
World 4: Hyrule (The Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time)
The PCs arrive in a dark, spooky subterranean temple. They work their way through some puzzles, face some monsters, and learn that they are in the Shadow Temple (whatever that is). They encounter Navi, the fairy, who informs them that she was here with her ally Link, the Hero of Time, but that he was snatched up by a powerful Wallmaster (floating grabby hand). As they proceed through the Temple, Rhiannon also gets snatched up by a Wallmaster and finds Link trapped in a hidden chamber. Together they defeat the Wallmaster and work their way back to the others. More puzzles (basically, they just played through the Shadow Temple as in the video game, with a few of the less interesting puzzles removed), and face Bongo Bongo, a malevolent ghost that has been powered up by the Heartless. Defeating him, they unlock the path out. Rhiannon develops a teensy crush on Link, which Imara blows way out of proportion and never lets her forget about.
World 5: Royale-les-Eaux (Casino Royale)
The team comes upon a scene of destruction after a bomb has gone off in a French resort town. They battle the Heartless and rescue one of the bombing’s victims, a suave Englishman who introduces himself as Bond. James Bond. (This included one of my favorite moments in the game, when after the combat James approaches the angel Imara saying “My God, were you hurt? No, I don’t mean in the fight… I mean when you fell from Heaven.”)
I suppose it’s worth mentioning that another convention that I kept from the Kingdom Hearts series is that folks are pretty flexible about the weird strangers showing up in their midst.. Like, in the original games, no one seems particularly distressed by a giant anthropomorphic duck suddenly being a thing in their world. In this world, which is so like our own real world, no one was really troubled by the giant slavering green ork… they just figured he was “probably American.”
Anyway, the PCs team up with James Bond to take down his foe, the evil Le Chiffre. They learn to play baccarat, don appropriate evening wear (Meky modified his tuxedo to shoot a smokescreen when required), and take on Le Chiffre in a game of Chemin de Fer baccarat. They lose badly, partly because none of the players really understand baccarat yet, partly due to bad luck, and partly because Le Chiffre cheated with the help of the Heartless. On the way home from the humiliating defeat, they encounter two more Heartless foes in the form of the White Spy and Black Spy (Spy vs. Spy comics created by Antonio Prohias). They defeat the Heartless (or rather, trick them into defeating each other) and regroup. CIA operative Felix Leiter fronts them the money for another go at Le Chiffre (“It’s the least I could do, for a fellow American.”)
Thanks to some good luck and slightly less cheating on my part, the group manages to bankrupt Le Chiffre. At that point, a blonde woman in a pink dress offers to empower Le Chiffre with the power of the Heartless, and then disappears while Bond and the player characters take on the powered up gambler. They win, unseal the path, etc. etc.
World 7: Red Dwarf (Red Dwarf)
Back in Monstropolis, the Timebroker provides them with only one door and insists they must hurry as he senses the next world is on the brink. Arriving in a spaceship corridor amid an inky black haze, the PCs encounter first an Eldar warrior, then a Planeswalker and finally the great Harry Potter himself. The three inform the team that the Timebroker had made a mistake and they were never supposed to have been sent on this mission. To punctuate the point, they magically steal the characters’ magic weapons and abandon them in this empty world where they will be “safe.” The PCs explore the world, finding that it is a vast, empty spaceship with nothing to do, nothing in the vending machines but sprout soup, sprout salad and sprout surprise, and no company but a senile computer.
Gradually they are able to put together that they are being affected by a hallucinogenic toxin and find a way to counteract it. Together they rouse the other occupants of the ship and lead them into battle against the Heartless Despair Squid in the ship’s water supply. Another victory! Back in Monstropolis, the Timebroker provides them with two more doors, but cautions that in these worlds, the Heartless have been at work for some time and are rather entrenched.
World 8: Etheria (She-Ra, Princess of Power)
(For what it’s worth, this game ran before the She-Ra reboot was even announced. I was drawing inspiration entirely from the classic 80s Filmation series.)
The characters find themselves in a fantasy world that has been occupied by a Heartless army called the Horde. They take on a squad of troopers with the help of a princess called Adora who is a leader of the rebellion against the Horde. Together with Adora and another surprise ally, She-Ra (who is weirdly never seen at the same time as Adora. Weird.) they raid the fortress of the evil witch Shadow Weaver and her Heartless allies to rescue the rest of the rebellion. Then they lead the rebellion in a raid on the Horde’s headquarters in the Fright Zone, and clear another world of the Heartless menace.
(I know it reads fairly quickly, but this world took at least five or six sessions of game time as the players explored, roleplayed interesting encounters, built and repaired equipment and strategized their battle plans.)
World 9: Beach City (Steven Universe)
This time, the PCs arrive in a quiet beach town which is largely abandoned because it’s been under siege by the Heartless for some time. The usual defenders of the town, the alien Crystal Gems, are nowhere to be seen. The team meets young Steven Universe, a ward of the Gems, who explains that the Gems disappeared into their temple weeks ago and have not been seen since. Together, Steven and the PCs navigate the temple and find the Gems generating a shield to protect the heart of the temple (which is also the heart of the world) from Heartless attackers, led by the blonde in pink that they saw in Royale-les-Eaux (who has switched her dress for a bodysuit). The PCs square off two original creations I called Onyx and Obsidian. Just when victory seemed assured, Onyx and Obsidian fused together into Black Diamond, and the fight started over (this was my first use of the multi-stage bad guy trope (THIS ISN’T EVEN MY FINAL FORM)). Anyway, tough as Black Diamond was, the good guys won, although once again the woman in pink slipped away.
Instead of earning a Keychain with this victory, the heart of the world expressed itself in a different way: Each PC was embedded with a gemstone that allowed them to fuse together. This was a combination of the fusion used in the Steven Universe series and the Drive Formes from Kingdom Hearts II. Basically, how it worked was that any two PCs could spend a Heart Point each and combine together into one body. Each new form (every possible pairing of the three characters) had its own character sheet with a description, new aspects and better skills, and all of the two characters’ stunts plus a special superstunt. For example, Meky and Rhiannon combined into the Curiosity Forme, a four-armed giant who can use magic and technology interchangeably thanks to a stunt called “Clarke’s Third Law.” The major drawback is that the players both have control of the combined Forme and need to stay in synch: if they disagree too much, or if one player takes too much control, they automatically break apart. This was a fun mechanic to play with.
World 9.5: Back to Hyrule
Upon returning to Monsters Inc., the PCs learn that their ally Link is about to raid the fortress of the leader of the Heartless in Hyrule: the Great King of Evil, Ganondorf! This one played a little like the Shadow Temple, only the heroes had to navigate six chambers with different kinds of challenges before facing Ganondorf. There were riddles, a platforming challenge (being chased by a wall of fire!), and that sort of thing. They also faced off against not only a Heartless Shadow Link, but Shadow versions of Imara, Rhiannon and Meky as well. As those who have played Ocarina of Time might well imagine, Ganondorf was also a two-stage boss, first facing the Great King of Evil then the Heartless-empowered Ganon. At the end of this fight, having already gained the Keychain of this world the last time they were here, they got a power-up from the Triforce itself, earning the ability to fuse all three together into the completely badass Master Forme.
World 10: Dead Manhattan (Marvel Zombies)
They find themselves in a city that has been torn apart, with apparently no one left alive. The PCs are attacked by cannibalistic zombie versions of Angel and Beast of the X-Men, realizing to their horror that these creatures aren’t being influenced by the Heartless, they’re just the awful inhabitants of this world. They destroy Angel and decapitate Beast, keeping the helpless but still animate head of Hank McCoy as a fun prop for the rest of this world. Proceeding through the city, they meet the Black Panther, protector of a small handful of human survivors hiding out beneath the city (again, for what it’s worth, this campaign was run before the global phenomenon that was the Black Panther movie. I chose the character because he featured in the Marvel Zombies comics, and because he’s the best Marvel hero (Fight Me)). Getting back to the survivors, the PCs meet the mutant Forge, but also realize that they have led Zombie Spider-Man and a gang of Zombie Heartless right to the survivors. There follows a brief and bloody battle, and then the team heads off to raid Avengers Tower.
There, with help from Forge and Black Panther, Meky modifies one of Spider-Man’s tracer beacons to work between worlds. Afterward, on the top floor, they encounter the woman in pink. She’s weirdly calm and gracious as she introduces herself as Dr. Blight (Captain Planet and the Planeteers) and tells them that she has been working as an agent for the Heartless ever since they helped her destroy her own planet. The reason she’s so chill now is that on this world she has created her ultimate weapon, and after it’s gone she’ll just keep moving it from world to world consuming as she goes. She leaves, but not before they plant the interdimensional tracer on her, and not before she sees the arrival of the ultimate consumer of worlds… a Heartless Zombie Galactus.

Modified from an image I found on google. Unfortunately I can't find an artist to credit. Anyone know who did the original?
The players have to scramble to create some kind of weapon capable of neutralizing Galactus, but after an epic battle with the help of Black Panther and some surprise help from Zombie Hulk, they bring him down. And then they get the heck out of that blighted and terrible world.
Back in Monstropolis, the Timebroker informs them that the tracer has worked and he knows where Dr. Blight is based a world called The Universal Library. Trouble is, like the Ocean Beyond Space and Time, it’s “not a real world,” and they can’t travel to it by means of the doors. They finally come up with a plan so crazy it might work, to travel to a world that is on the brink of destruction, and then let it fall so they can travel to the Library through the space between worlds. The trouble is, they would have no way of getting back to Monstropolis. Hmmm.
World 11: Fantasia (The Neverending Story)
This world is presented as one where the Heartless have already succeeded in consuming its heart, and it exists now only as a few stones spinning through space until they finally disappear. The PCs spot a gleaming white tower and make their way to it, and they meet the last survivor of this world, the Childlike Empress. She explains that she can give them a tiny fragment of the heart of her world, and that it is the seed from which the world can be made again. She extracts a promise that they will find a way to make her world anew, then gives them the seed which transforms into a Keychain. This is, incidentally, a big step toward resolving some of the lingering mysteries of the game-- the Keychains are a piece of the world’s heart, and any piece of the world’s heart can be used to make the world anew. So the characters have been carrying around the means to rebuild their worlds from the very beginning. Pathos!
Then the last of Fantasia disappears and the characters spend a little time floating melancholically in space. Then, Meky’s pirate ship from the beginning of the game sweeps in to conduct them to their final challenge. (Soundtrack: https://youtu.be/uaadF_VSvIE?t=137)
World 12: The Universal Library (original-ish)
So, after breaking through the Heartless defenses around the Universal Library, the characters navigate a maze of bookshelves and have some book-related encounters (Rhiannon finds a copy of the Monster Book of Monsters from her own world, then they fight a Heartless version of the Library Ghost from Ghostbusters). They first take on Dr. Blight and her evil computer M.A.L., then press past her chamber to find the real mastermind behind it all. He introduces himself as Gehn (Myst series) and explains that using his power he created all of the worlds the characters visited by writing them into his special linking books. Determining that he is evil and insane, the team takes on Gehn. To achieve his second stage, Gehn draws on the power of the books he has written and combines himself with bosses that the characters already faced, the Idolasaurus Rex, the Despair Squid and the evil gems Onyx and Obsidian, to become Giga Gehn. He was an impressively powerful baddie, but the PCs pulled out all the stops and combined into Master Forme with carefully selected Keychains on all their weapons, and basically thrashed him easily.
After the defeat of Gehn, the characters encounter the true master of the Universal Library, the old wizard The Pagemaster (The Pagemaster). He explains that the books can be used to travel among worlds as easily as the doors (“For what is a book, besides a doorway to another world?”), and then explains that the process of restoring a world from a Keychain-seed is different for every world. He helps them to restore Fantasia by giving the Childlike Empress a new name (to my eternal shame, I didn’t write down what name the players chose, and I cannot remember it), and helps Rhiannon to restore her own world. He tells her that she can return to her world now and give up the quest, but she decides she can’t go home until she’s helped Meky and Imara restore their worlds as well. Thus endeth the game.
Secret World 13: Who-Ville (How the Grinch Stole Christmas)
The Christmas season after the game ended, my players and I got together with our partners for a Christmas party. Had a nice dinner, played some board games. Y’know, the stuff mature adult nerds do. As a special treat for the players, I read out a poem I wrote for them featuring their characters battling the Heartless in the Seussian world of the Grinch. It was mostly for laughs, making good use of the in-jokes we developed over the year, but it deserves a mention here because I declared it canon and gave them a Keychain at the end. Basically, they harass the Grinch and then fight a giant Heartless using the power of Christmas. If you’re curious, I have the whole thing in a google doc.
What I Learned, and Will Hopefully Apply If I Run It Again or Run a Sequel Game
So, yeah, that was the game. The door has been left intentionally open for a sequel, but there are some bugs I need to work out first. The game was tremendously fun, don’t get me wrong, but there were some issues of ill-fit between the system and the way I was trying to use it that became annoyances and I’m hoping to address those before I venture back in.
I don’t mind that I abandoned the collaborative world-building elements that are typical for FATE. Taking charge of what worlds they were entering allowed me to surprise and delight my players and challenge them to think creatively in ways that I think would be more difficult if they had more input into where things were going. Moving forward, I would like things to be a little more open-world(s) where they’re not just following rails through the story, but I’m still putting thought into how to achieve that.
The biggest issue I could perceive in the game was the issue of frequent combat. This is largely my own fault for basing it on a game where combat is the main gameplay element, and in which the collective enemy is explicitly a force bent on the mindless destruction of everything that exists. That made it really hard to escape from Win-or-Die combats occurring at almost much every major plot event. Add to that that the most interesting feature of this game is modular weapons, and deathmatches felt pretty inescapable. Although probably the right answer is modifying the premises of the game and universe such that combat is a less central feature, most of the thinking I’ve been doing around it has been how to keep the combat and fix the other issues.
As far as I have been able to tell, the most fundamental problem with frequent Win-or-Die combat is that it gets boring. Although the way conflicts are run in FATE makes for combats that are narrative and cinematic, tactically there seems to be very little difference from one to the next. I did my best, especially later in the game, to provide settings and bad guys that required the players to think laterally rather than just charge in swinging (several of the later bosses like Ganondorf and Galactus were technically invincible, so the players had to find ways to bend the rules in order to win), but the mechanics of the game are so simple that this is hard to achieve mechanically. I like the idea of incorporating sets of rules for more tactical combat, so I’m interested in suggestions around this. I’m also thinking about ways to engage in conflicts beyond the physical and mental, like having to take someone down in a financial conflict in a world like Royale-les-Eaux, or a music-based world where the enemy is defeated with the Power of Rock.
Relatively early on, we stopped using Boosts in conflicts. I like the idea of them, but when combat takes up a significant percentage of your play time and you have to come up with ideas for a dozen boosts every session, it gets either very repetitive or very frustrating, or both. Instead, I just introduced the idea of Momentum where, if you would gain a boost instead you gained Momentum which gave you +2 on your next roll. You can’t stockpile Momentum, you use it on the next roll whether you need it or not. It’s simple, it’s straightforward, it’s way less creative but quicker and easier.
Another issue that came up from the combination of frequent combat and regular worldhopping is this: the only real consequences that the players had to deal with long-term were the ones that they carried with them. An injury travels from world to world, but if you mess up something in the world, you can just move onto the next and forget about it. As a result, my players hoarded their Heart Points for more or less exclusive use in combat. The best I’ve been able to come up with to address this issue is to have separate pools of points for battle and non-battle purposes, although now that I think of it, it would probably also be a good idea to move away from the trope of hitting each world once. If the characters actually have to revisit worlds they’ve already messed up, they might have more investment in making sure things go smoothly outside of combat too.
I also would probably switch to a model where refresh happens at story points rather than at the start of each session. At least once (maybe more than once?) I can recall the players saying “Let’s stop here for tonight. I want to refresh my Heart Points before the next scene.” And I’d rather avoid that being a thing.
A final issue that I noticed with the frequency of conflicts (and also exacerbated by worldhopping lack of consequences, I guess) is the fact that certain skills wound up being a LOT more useful than others. Meky and Imara had nearly identical skill pyramids by the end of the game, and the only real difference for Rhiannon was emphasizing Magic instead of Fight. If I stick with frequent combat in future iterations of this idea, I’ll probably want to subdivide some of the more combat-relevant skills so that at least each one is less obviously more important than the non-combat skills. Coming up with combat uses for non-combat skills is also on my drawing board, probably as one piece of introducing more tactical rules.
Another thing that I noticed in running this game was that aspects weren’t working quite the way I expect them to. There was very little compelling of aspects-- it came up maybe ten times over the span of the whole campaign. I think partly this was the lack of investment in any given world, but also I probably wasn’t encouraging the players to generate aspects that were sufficiently double-edged. I certainly wasn’t giving the NPC’s interesting enough aspects… to be honest, I mostly used their aspects as a chance for wordplay and referential jokes. The players didn’t really invoke aspects outside of combat either (see above re: hoarding points), which led them to go for mostly combat-relevant aspects. I suppose using separate pools would be one solution to this, but I’m open to ideas for others.
So, that’s the story. If you actually read the whole thing, I am both grateful and impressed. I warmly welcome any questions and constructive comments. Destructive comments I will welcome less warmly, but I’m pretty easy-going so feel free to rip me a new one if that would bring you joy.
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2018.11.05 21:45 FractisAnimus [A4GM] Skyrim! Now with mods!

If you own Skyrim on a PC, you've modded it. It's like a general rule of life, there are, of course, the few and far-between who bought Skyrim for PC, didn't mod it once, and loved it, and they are okay people too, but for the other 99% of us, PC Skyrim was for mods.
That's what I got it for, too. I'd owned it on Xbox, played remastered on the Switch, but when I finally got the money together to buy a gaming PC, the first game I bought on Steam was The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
Now, at first my mods were just fun. I added some Zelda stuff, cause Zelda is awesome and the Relics of Hyrule mod is epic. I added the unofficial patches, and new weapons, armor, spells, outfits, dialog, NPC's, enemies, monsters, and more. Then, I found the dirty mods. Sure, I started with just a couple. Nude mods, for immersion, body mods, for more diverse body types, a sex mod or two because the marriage system was boring if you could plow your wife on your wedding night, or be plowed by your husband, or be plowed by your wife...Well, it sort of spiraled out of control.
Three months into playing Skyrim and adding every mod that caught my eye turned into my game loading up over 400 mods every time I turned it on. I started leaving the game on all the time, unless I had to add a new mod, which I was doing nearly hourly. I tried to stick to lore-friendly mods, and did an okay job, but I'll admit that there's a few that don't belong, like Bowsette, or a few monstergirl characters as NPC's.
Today, I found a new mod that blew me away. It was the "Skyrim in Real Life Project." A mod that was relatively vague, honestly.
Enter Skyrim in a new way! The world is your oyster, so join it completely, and immersive yourself as never before!
It looked like a graphics update, the textures were epic, the models were flawless, the gameplay videos showed no glitches to be found, the loading was seamless, character movement and expressions were incredible! I had to have it, and the download was instant, barely a few kb before it was loaded and ready.
It did change the interface a bit, and force me to start a new game, but who cares, I've restarted Skyrim so many times I can quote the wagon intro dialog in my sleep, though the "live another life" mod helped with that, letting me choose new intros for my character instead of the default "Hey, you. You're finally awake." intro.
I opened the game, clicked play, then built my character before everything went black, and I woke up standing in a cell...The same cell my player character had been standing in, wearing the same rags my character had been wearing, and oddly, in the same body I'd made for my character just moments before. The only thing I knew for sure was this:
"I'm not in Kansas anymore..."
Hey! So, I want you to be my GM as I explore the insanely modded world of Skyrim! I'll need a bit of help from you before we begin, first though, here's my kinklist:

MY KINKLIST

Next, Here's what I need to know from you:
  1. Who was I? Before I got sucked into this game, was I a guy, a girl, transgender, etc? In general, my personality will be the same, an introverted nerd with a fantasy obsession and a bit of a pervy side, but if you have any specific ideas in mind, just say so and I'll try to play it like that!
  2. Who am I now? Pick my race, gender, appearance, and maybe some personality quirks that my character has that intrude on my previous self. Maybe I used to be shy and introverted, but my character was boisterous and loud, so I'm usually quiet and calm, but every once in a while, I start shouting about how great I am. You get the idea. Also, I'd prefer to avoid playing orcs, khajit, or argonians if at all possible, unless you'd like to TF me into them during the game.
  3. What are your kinks and limits? I've got a huge Transformation fetish too, so if you're into that, tell me what TF's you're into, please!
  4. This is sort of a test to see how knowledgable about Skyrim you are, because I want someone who has a vague idea of how to GM this world, so bear with me, and please, no looking up the answers, I want this to be fun for both of us. Who is the Daedric god of parties, and what is the name you first meet them by?
  5. Please tell me anything I may have left out. Ideas, plans, etc. Just let me know what you're hoping for so I can be as good of a partner to you as you are to me!
I can't wait to hear back from you! If this post is still up, I'm still looking!
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2018.11.03 18:34 Luigi86101 Origins of every move, taunt, entrance animation, victory music, and final smash in Ultimate.

For special moves, see my previous post, which is also updated and fixed.
Anything that's original to Smash will just be left out.
Mario/Dr Mario
Neutral Attack: Mario's standard combo from Super Mario 64.
Up Tilt: Resembles the second hit of Mario's Mega Glove combo from Super Mario RPG.
Dash Attack: Resembles Mario's Slide Kick from Super Mario 64.
Foward Smash: A move called the Fire Brand later appears in Superstar Saga that resembles this attack.
Down Smash: Resembles Mario's breakdance from Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix.
Down Aerial: Resembles the Spin Jump from Super Mario World. Worth nothing that the descending animation from Mario's jump attack in Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey resembles this move and may be based on it.
Dr. Mario's resembles how Mario stomps on enemies.
Back Throw (Airplane Swing)/Forward Throw: Resembles the way Mario throws Bowser in Super Mario 64.
Entrance Animation: Mario can enter and exit Warp Pipes.
Dr. Mario's Entrance Animation: A Megavitamin chain.
Up Taunt: Cappy is Mario's hat in Super Mario Odyssey.
Side Taunt: Resembles Mario's artwork from Club Nintendo.
Down Taunt: Resembles Mario's death animation in Donkey Kong.
Victory Music: Level clear music in Super Mario Bros.
Mario Finale: Resembles Ultra Flame from Super Mario RPG.
Doctor Finale: Mario Finale, but with Megavitamins.
Donkey Kong
Neutral Aerial: See Spinning Kong in previous post.
Dash Attack: Resembles the Barrel Roll from Donkey Kong Country.
Forward Tilt: A similar move later appears in Donkey Kong Jungle Beat.
Foward Aerial: A similar move later appears as Donkey Kong's aerial attack in Donkey Kong 64.
Entrance Animation: Players can find Donkey Kong or Diddy Kong in DK Barrels in Donkey Kong Country.
Victory Music: The victory music for clearing a bonus stage in Donkey Kong Country.
New Final Smash: Based on his flurry of punches from Donkey Kong Jungle Beat.
Link
Neutral Attack: This attack most closely resembles his final attacks against Ganon in Ocarina of Time rather than any of his standard attacks.
Foward Tilt: Resembles Link's Z-Targeting slash in Ocarina of Time.
Down Tilt: May be a vague reference to Link's crouching stab from Zelda II.
Dash Attack (Jump Slash): The jump slash from Ocarina of Time.
Up Aerial: The up thrust from Zelda II.
Down Aerial: The down thrust from Zelda II.
Entrance Animation: In Ultimate, Link soars down on his Paraglider
Victory Music: The Triforce jingle from the original Legend of Zelda.
Up Taunt: Link's Victory pose from Twilight Princess.
Down Taunt: May be a reference to Link's attacking stance in Zelda II.
Ancient Bow and Arrow: The Ancient Bow and Arrow are weapons in Breath of the Wild that are effective against Guardians.
Samus/Dark Samus
Neutral Attack: The second hit resembles artwork that later appeared in Zero Mission.
Dash Attack: Strongly resembles the Shinespark from Super Metroid.
Grab: The Grapple Beam from Super Metroid.
Entrance Animation: Samus exits a Save Station which first appeared in Super Metroid.
Zero Laser: Likely original to Smash, but could be based on the Hypermode state in Metroid Prime.
Dark Samus's is based off of it's beam attack in Metroid Prime 2.
Yoshi
Forward Aerial: Certain frames resembles Yoshis' ground pound, see Ground Pound in previous post.
Down Aerial (Flutter Kick): Resembles the Flutter Jump from Yoshi's Island.
Entrance Animation: Yoshi hatches from an egg in Super Mario World.
Victory Music: The Title Theme from Yoshi's Story.
Stampede!: In the opening cutscene for Super Smash Bros Melee, a stampede of Yoshis are seen running.
Kirby
Neutral Attack: The Vulcan Jab from the Fighter ability in Super Star.
Dash Attack (Burning): The Burning ability from Kirby's Adventure, which has been removed and incorporated into Fire's moveset in modern games.
Forward Smash: The Spin Kick from the Fighter ability in Super Star.
Neutral Air: Possibly based on the numerous aerial of Hammer and Sword in Kirby's Adventure. Also possibly based off of Kirby's game over animations. The Twinkle Star attack from the Smash ability later appears in The Amazing Mirror.
Up Air: The Moon Somersault Kick from the Fighter ability in Return to Dreamland.
Forward Air: The Aerial Spin Attack from the Fighter ability in Super Star.
Grab: The Foe Grab from the Fighter ability in Super Star.
Forward Throw: The Pile Driver from the Suplex ability in Super Star, which seems to be based on an attack from the Back Drop ability in Kirby's Adventure.
Back Throw: The Big Suplex from the Suplex ability in Super Star, which seems to be based on an attack from the Back Drop ability in Kirby's Adventure.
Up Throw: The Air Drop from the Ninja ability in Super Star.
Down Throw: The Fury Stomp from the Suplex ability in Super Star.
Entrance Animation: Based on the way Kirby exits a Warp Star in Kirby's Dreamland.
Up Taunt: A shortened version of his victory dance.
Victory Music: The Victory Dance from Kirby's Dreamland.
Ultra Sword. The Ultra Sword super ability from Return to Dreamland.
Fox
Entrance Animation: The Arwing first appeared in the original Star Fox.
Up Taunt: See Fire Fox in previous post
Team Star Fox: Fox summons the whole team from the original Star Fox.
Pikachu/Pichu
Neutral Attack (Headbutt): Headbutt is a normal type move introduced in Gen 1. Pikachu can only learn this move by TM.
Forward Smash (Thunder Shock): Thunder Shock is an electric type move introduced in Gen I.
Back Throw (Submission): Submission is a fighting type move introduced in Gen I. Pikachu can only learn this move by TM in Gen I
Entrance Animation: Trainers throw their Pokemon out of a Pokeball to use them.
Victory Music: The Title Theme from Pokemon Red and Blue.
Volt Tackle: Volt Tackle is an electric type move that originated in Gen III, it's the Pikachu line's signature move.
Pichu Taunt: Pichu's eyes are similar to how fainted Pokemon appear in the anime.
Luigi
Neutral Attack: The first two hits are based off of the first two hits of Mario's standard combo in Super Mario 64 (See Mario).
Down Aerial: Worth nothing that the descending animation from Luigi's jump attack in Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey resembles this move and may be based on it.
Down Throw: Ground Pounds originated in Super Mario 64.
Grab: The plunger move that Luigi uses in Luigi's Mansion 3.
Throws: Luigi's poltergust from Luigi's Mansion 3.
Entrance Animation: See Mario
Up Taunt: Displays a series of poses: the pose Luigi makes when he get a key in Luigi's Mansion, the pose he makes in official artwork for Partner's in Time, his Bogey animation in Mario Golf, and the pose he makes on the cover of Luigi's Mansion.
Down Taunt: Possibly based on Luigi's losing animation in Mario Party 2, which was incredibly hard to find due to the surplus of "Luigi wins by doing nothing" videos.
Victory Music: See Mario
Poltergust G-00: See Throws
Ness
Foward Smash (Batter Up!)/Side Taunt: The bat is an item in Earthbound (never depicted outside of Smash).
Up Smash (Around the World)/Down Smash: The yo-yo is an item in Earthbound (also never depicted outside of Smash).
Entrance Animation: Based on the failed teleportation animation from Earthbound Beginnings.
Up Taunt: A voice says "OK" in Japanese when OK is chosen to name a character in Earthbound.
Victory Music: The Eight Melodies theme from Earthbound Beginnings.
PK Starstorm: PK Starstorm can only be used by Poo in Earthbound and Kumatora in Mother 3 (the teddy bear can't use it, this picture is from a hack.)
Captain Falcon
Entrance Animation: The Blue Falcon first appeared in the original F-Zero.
Victory Music: The Finish theme from F-Zero GX.
Blue Falcon: See Entrance Animation.
Jigglypuff
Forward Tilt (Rolling Kick): Rolling Kick is a fighting type move introduced in Gen I. Jigglypuff cannot learn this move.
Up Smash (Headbutt): Headbutt is a normal type move introduced in Gen 1. Jigglypuff can only learn this move by TM.
Entrance Animation: See Pikachu
Down Taunt: Jigglypuff's fainting animation in Pokemon Battle Revolution.
Victory Music: See Pikachu.
Puff Up: Jigglypuff is known as the Balloon Pokemon.
Peach/Daisy
Neutral Attack: Resembles the Super Slap from Super Mario RPG.
Forward Smash: The frying pan originates from Super Mario RPG, the golf club from Mario Golf on the N64, and the tennis racket from Mario Tennis on the N64.
Up Smash (Ribbon Dance): Peach uses ribbons in Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Entrance Animation: Peach summons a heart every time she uses a special move in Super Mario RPG.
Victory Music: See Mario
Peach Blossom: Peach can use the move Sleepy Time in Super Mario RPG to put enemies to sleep.
Bowser
Forward Tilt: Resembles the Drill Claw from Super Mario RPG.
Entrance Animation: Based on the fact that Bowser can breathe fire.
Victory Music: See Mario
Giga Bowser: Giga Bowser originated in Melee as a boss fight. The way he's in the background resembles the Baby Bowser fight in Yoshi's Island and I'm pretty sure Sakurai or someone else confirmed this.
Ice Climbers
Forward Aerial/Forward Smash: See Squall Hammer in previous post.
Entrance Animation: At the end/top of the bonus stage in Ice Climbers, Popo or Nana can grab the Condor to finish the stage.
Up Taunt: Resembles the Ice Climbers' victory animations if they beat the bonus stage.
Victory Music: The Stage Clear theme from Ice Climbers.
Iceberg: The bonus stage resembles an iceberg.
Sheik
Entrance Animation: See Vanish in previous post.
Victory Music: See Link
Sheikah Dance: Sheik first used her dagger in Hyrule Warriors.
Zelda
Entrance Animation: Possible based on Farore's Wind.
Victory Music: See Link
Triforce of Wisdom: The Triforce shards that Link collects in the original Legend of Zelda is the Triforce of Wisdom. When the Triforce was divided in Ocarina of Time, Zelda was given the Triforce of Wisdom. The Triforce shines before Sheik reveals her true identity.
Falco
See Fox for almost everything.
Team Star Fox: The same as Fox's, but the Arwings are doing barrel rolls.
Marth/Lucina
Forward Smash (Dragon Killer): Similar to how Marth attacks in Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light.
Entrance Animation: Warp first appeared in Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light, and the circle first appeared in Mystery of the Emblem.
Additionally, Lucina removes her mask.
Up Taunt: Resembles his critical hit stance in Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light.
Lucina's is based off of her official artwork for Fire Emblem Awakening.
Victory Music: The Opening Theme from Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light.
Lucina's Victory Music: Id (Purpose) from Fire Emblem Awakening.
Critical Hit: Critical hits first appeared in Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light.
Young Link
See Link for moves
Entrance Animation: The way Young Link teleports onto the stage is how he teleports out of a dungeon in Ocarina of Time.
Taunt: Navi is Link's companion in Ocarina of Time.
Taunt: Lon Lon milk is a drink in Ocarina of Time that Link can drink to regain health.
Victory Music: See Link
Triforce Slash: See Link's Neutral Attack. The Triforce of Courage originated in The Adventure of Link.
Ganondorf
Entrance Animation: Resembles Phantom Ganon's portals from Ocarina of Time.
Neutral Attack: Resembles his sword attack in Twilight Princess.
Forward Tilt: Resembles the kick he uses in the Space World 2000 demo, where the sword he uses in his smash attacks originate from.
Forward Smash: Resembles an attack used by Ganondorf in the final battle in Twilight Princess, where he swings his sword in a similar fashion.
Victory Music: See Link.
Down Taunt: Ganondorf holds his sword from the Space World 2000 demo.
Ganon, the Demon King: Ganondorf transforms into Ganon for the final battle in Ocarina of Time.
Mewtwo
Forward Tilt (Tail Whip)/Down Tilt (Tail Sweep)/Up Tilt/Back Aerial/Up Aerial/Edge Attack: Tail Whip, is a normal type status move introduced in Gen I that increases the user's defense by one stage.
Forward Aerial (Shadow Scratch): Possibly based off of Shadow Claw, a ghost type move introduced in Gen IV.
Back Throw (Telekinesis): Telekinesis is a psychic type move later introduced in Gen V.
Up Throw (Psychic Whirlwind): Possibly based off of Whirlwind, a normal type status move that forces the target to switch Pokemon, or ends a wild battle.
Grab (Psychic): Psychic is a psychic type move introduced in Gen I.
Entrance Animation: See Teleport in previous post.
Up Taunt: Apparently resembles the animation Mewtwo does when it uses a physical move in Pokemon Stadium? Couldn't find a video of this.
Victory Music: See Pikachu
Psystrike: Mewtwo can mega evolve into Mega Mewtwo Y. Psystrike is a psychic type move introduced in Gen V and is Mewtwo's signature move.
Roy/Chrom
Entrance Animation: See Marth.
Victory Music: See Marth
Up Taunt: Possibly based on official artwork found in The Binding Blade.
Chrom's taunt: His official artwork from Fire Emblem Awakening.
Critical Hit: Roy's critical hit in The Binding Blade has his sword engulfed in flames, like in Smash.
Awakening Aether: Chrom's use of the Aether skill from Fire Emblem Awakening.
Mr. Game & Watch
Neutral Attack: G&W uses this insect spray in Greenhouse.
Dash Attack: G&W wears this helmet in Helmet.
Forward Tilt: Mr. G&W uses this chair to hold back lions in Lion.
Up Tilt: Mr. G&W uses these flags in Flagman.
Down Tilt: Mr. G&W uses manholes to cover holes in Manhole.
Neutral Aerial: Not-Mr. G&W uses a fish tank to catch fish in Tropical Fish.
Forward Aerial: Mr. G&W uses these bombs in Safebuster. Back Aerial: Mr. G&W crosses a river on these turtles in Turtle Bridge.
Up Aerial (Spitball Sparky): Mr. G&W? uses whatever he uses to blow a ball to break blocks in Spitball Sparky.
Down Aerial: Donkey Jr. uses this key to open the cage in the Game and Watch version of Donkey Kong Jr. (top, hanging from a tree).
Forward Smash: Mr. G&Ws use these torches to burn down a fort in Fire Attack.
Up Smash: The Mr. G&Ws wear these helmets in Octopus.
Down Smash: Mr. G&W uses these hammers in Vermin.
Grab: This is how Mr. G&W grabs for the levers in Mario's Cement Factory.
Throws: Mr. G&W juggles these balls in his first game, Ball.
Floor Attacks: See Down Smash
Edge Attack: The Game & Watches were watches and thus, had an alarm feature (picture is from the credits of Game & Watch Gallery 4).
Entrance Animation: The Game & Watches used LCD frames to make it seem like MR. G&W is moving.
Up Taunt: See Edge Attack
Side Taunt: See Edge Attack
Down Taunt: The two Mr. G&Ws sit and sigh when they finish a level in the Game and Watch version of Mario Bros.
Victory Music: Based on the only sounds the G&W systems could make.
Octopus: See Up Smash
Meta Knight
Neutral Attack (Flurry Attack): Resembles the Meta Multithrust from the sub game Meta Knightmare Ultra in Super Star Ultra.
Up Tilt: Resembles Up Thrust from the Master ability in Kirby and the Amazing Mirror.
Neutral Aerial: Resembles the Knight Spin from the sub game Meta Knightmare Ultra in Super Star Ultra.
Up Throw: See Kirby's Up Throw.
Down Throw: See Kirby's Down Throw.
Entrance Animation: Resembles how Meta Knight flees battles, first seen in Kirby's Adventure.
Up Taunt: See Entrance Animation.
Victory Music: See Kirby
Darkness Illusion: One of Meta Knights attacks in Star Allies.
Pit/Dark Pit
Neutral Aerial, Up Aerial, Forward Aerial: The buzzsaw-like attacks are similar to Pit's melee dash attack when using a bow in Kid Icarus Uprising.
Entrance Animation: Similar to how Pit enters a grounded area in Kid Icarus Uprising.
Side Taunt: Resembles the pose Pit makes at the end of his first cutscene in Subspace Emissary.
For Dark Pit's side taunt, see Neutral Aerial.
Victory Music: The Title Theme from the original Kid Icarus.
Lightning Chariot: After being entrusted the Lightning Chariot by the Chariot Master, Pit uses it to pierce a barrier surrounding Palutena's Temple.
Dark Pit Staff: The Dark Pit Staff is a weapon in Kid Icarus Uprising.
Zero Suit Samus
Down Smash (Slant Paralyzer): See Paralyzer in previous post.
Grab: Original to Smash, possibly based off of the grapple beam, see Samus's Grab.
Entrance Animation: Samus's Gunship first appeared in Metroid II The Return of Samus.
Victory Music: See Samus.
Zero Laser: See Entrance Animation and Samus's Final Smash.
Wario
Up Smash: Possibly based on the third hit of his standard attack combo in Wario World.
Dash Attack (Shoulder Tackle): Based on his shoulder bash from Wario Land.
Down Throw: Possibly based on his ground pound attack when holding an enemy from Wario World.
Back Throw: Based on the Wild Swing-Ding from Wario World.
Entrance Animation: See Wario Bike in previous post.
Victory Music: The Stonecarving City theme from Wario Land: Shake It!.
Wario Man: Wario turns into Wario Man after passing through Dr. Crygor's Gravitator.
Snake
Neutral Attack: The attack combo from the Metal Gear Solid.
Forward Tilt: Resembles an attack Snake uses against Gray Fox in a cutscene in Metal Gear Solid.
Dash Attack: Based on his roll from Metal Gear Solid 2.
Forward Smash: The RPG-7 originated in the original Metal Gear.
Up Smash: The mortar first appeared in Metal Gear Solid V, after the attack originated in Brawl.
Grab & Down Throw (Silent Takedown): Resembles how Snake strangles people in Metal Gear Solid.
Entrance Animation: Resembles an early cutscene in Metal Gear Solid 2 where Snake disengages his stealth camoflage.
Taunts: Snake first used the box to avoid been seen in the original Metal Gear.
Victory Music: The Game Over theme from Metal Gear Solid.
Covering Fire: The flare grenade at the bottom originates from Metal Gear Solid V, where it could be used to called a support helicopter for backup. The reticle resembles the on for the stinger in Metal Gear 2.
Ike Neutral Attack/Forward Smash: Resembles Ike's attack animation from Path of Radiance.
Forward Tilt: Resembles Ike's attack animation as a Lord in Path of Radiance.
Entrance Animation: See Marth
Side Taunt: Resembles Ike's battle opening animation in Radiant Dawn.
Victory Music: See Marth
Great Aether: [Spoilers] Resembles Ike's final hits against the final boss of Radiant Dawn.
Pokemon Trainer
Charizard's Down Smash: Earthquake is a ground type move introduced in Gen I. Charizard can only learn Earthquake through a TM.
Squirtle's Up Smash: Resembles the animations for several water type moves in Gen I.
Ivysaur's Neutral Attack, Up Tilt, Down Tilt, Forward Smash, Down Smash, Forward Aerial, Back Aerial, Throws, Floor Attacks, and Down taunt: See Vine Whip in previous post.
Ivysaur's Dash Attack: Resembles Tackle, a normal type move introduced in Gen I.
Ivysaur's Up Smash (Exploding Flower): Spore is a grass type status move intoduced in Gen I that puts the opponent to sleep.
Ivysaur's Grab: Similar to in the anime, Pokemon can grab opponents using their vines.
Victory Music: See Pikachu
Final Smash: Fire Blast is a fire type move introduced in Gen 1. Hydro Pump is a water type move introduced in Gen I. Solar Beam is a two part grass type move introduced in Gen I.
Diddy Kong
Dash Attack: His cartwheel attack from Donkey Kong Country.
Forward Throw: Based on Diddy Kong's barrel throwing animation from Donkey Kong Country.
Entrance Animation: See Donkey Kong
Up Taunt: Diddy Kong's victory animation in Donkey Kong Country.
Victory Music: See Donkey Kong
Hyper Rocketbarrel: Based on the Rocketbarrel Boost from Donkey Kong 64.
Lucas
Many attacks spawn hexagonal PSI energy, such as his up smash (PK Smash Geyser), which may be based off of PK Love from Mother 3.
Grab (Rope Snake)/Side Taunt: Duster's rope snake from Mother 3.
Entrance Animation: Lucas rides on this coffee table to get to Saturn Valley in Mother 3.
PK Starstorm: See Ness
Sonic
Neutral Attack: The punch punch kick combo from Sonic the Fighters.
Forward Tilt: The Horse Kick from Sonic the Fighters.
Up Tilt: The Skip Kick from Sonic the Fighters.
Down Tilt: The Leg Throw from Sonic the Fighters.
Dash Attack: Resembles the somersault from Sonic Adventure 2.
Forward Smash: Resembles the Wind-Up Punch from Sonic the Fighters.
Neutral Aerial: Resembles the Air Spin from Sonic the Fighters.
Forward Aerial: Resembles the Emerald Dive from Sonic the Fighters.
Down Aerial (Shooting Star Kick): Resembles the Stomp Dive from Sonic the Fighters.
Forward Throw: Resembles the Top Kick from Sonic Battle.
Down Throw: Resembles the Double Spin from Sonic the Fighters.
Edge Attack: Resembles the Cliffhanger Flip from Sonic the Hedgehog Spinball.
Up Taunt: Based on his Sonic Adventure concept art.
Side Taunt: The Super Peel Out from Sonic the Hedgehog CD.
Victory Music: The Mission Clear theme from Sonic 06.
Super Sonic: Super Sonic from Sonic and Knuckles.
King Dedede
Dash Attack (Belly Flop) : His belly flop from Kirby's Dreamland.
Forward Smash: His hammer swing from Kirby's Dreamland.
Down Smash: Resembles the Hammer Swing attack from Kirby Super Star.
Entrance Animation: Waddle Dees are King Dedede's loyal servants, especially in the anime.
Dede-rush: Masked Dedede's rocket attack from Super Star Ultra.
Olimar Neutral Attack/Forward Tilt: Based on the Rocket Fist ability from Pikmin 2.
Grab: Based off of the Group Move.
Entrance Animation: The Hocotate Ship is Olimar's ship in Pikmin 2.
Victory Music: The Title Screen theme from Pikmin.
End of Day: At the end of a day, Olimar will enter his ship and take off; any Pikmin left behind will be eaten. In Pikmin 1, if Olimar fails to collect the necessary parts to beat the game, Olimar's ship will crash when attempting to take off.
Lucario
Victory Theme: See Pikachu
Aura Storm: Mega Lucario unleashes a powerful beam that resembles Hyper Beam, a normal type move that leaves the user open the turn after it's used introduced in Gen I.
ROB
Down Smash: See Arm Rotor in previous post.
Forward Smash: See Robo Beam in previous post.
Grab/Down Throw: Similar to how ROB grabs and places toys.
Entrance Animation: ROB is a physical peripheral for the NES and thus could be disassembled.
Up Taunt: [Similar to its victory animation from Mario Kart DS.]
Victory Music: The Title Theme from Stack-Up.
Toon Link
See Link for most moves
Forward Aerial: Resembles the rolling parry attack from Wind Waker.
Grab (Hookshot): In Wind Waker, Link can use the Hookshot to pull himself towards certain objects.
Entrance Animation: The explosion is the same as the bomb's explosion in Wind Waker.
Up Taunt: The Wind Waker is the eponymous item that allows Link to conduct melodies and perform various effects.
Side Taunt: The fairy's design originates from Wind Waker.
Victory Animation: See Link
Triforce Slash: See Young Link
Wolf
Entrance Animation: Ejects from a Wolfen, the ships used by Star Wolf.
Victory Music: See Fox
Team Star Wolf: See Entrance Animation
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2018.09.27 18:20 SamagonTheSwift Switch 101: Daily News (27/09/18) - Towerfall released, Overcooked 2 Update teased, Fortnite Season 6 begins, and Mario Odyssey releases new costume!

 
Re-upload because I'm so silly that I forgot to title the post...
 
 

YESTERDAY'S POST CAN BE FOUND HERE - 26/09/18

 
 

Game Releases:

 

Towerfall - EU/NA Release - £17.99 €19.99 $19.99 - eShop Link - Website - Trailer - Metacritic (90)

Summary:
"Inspired by classics from the golden age of couch multiplayer, TowerFall centers around hilarious, intense versus matches - best played against friends, sitting cross-legged on the floor within punching distance of each other. The core mechanics are simple and accessible, but hard to master, with a huge amount of gameplay variants, arrow types, power-ups, and levels. And when you need a break from the competition, team up in 1-4 player co-op modes, where you’ll fight off a wide variety of monsters, enemy archers, and bosses." - *eShop Page**
Features (Listed on the eShop):
  • Featuring all of the content from Ascension and Dark World, and several Switch-exclusive additions, including 6-player battles utilizing widescreen levels, new gameplay variants, and guest archers Madeline and her reflection Badeline from fan-favorite platformer Celeste!
 

Pilot Sports - EU/NA Release - £29.99 $34.99 - eShop Link - Website - Trailer - Metacritic

Summary:
"At PILOT SPORTS everything revolves around a wide variety of aircraft that control and feel differently. Each of them offers a new challenge. You have to fly challenging courses at exotic locations and achieve the best time or score. Various disciplines and a variety of game elements and collectibles provide further variety. More than 50 different courses and many different aircraft: Fly with an Airplane, a Jetpack, and a Hang-Glider in 2 variants, as well as a parachute. 7 different challenge types. Plus unlockable courses, where you can explore a sunny island. Play with 8 characters and a unique soundtrack with 11 different music pieces that provide for a summerly and exotic flair." - eShop Page
 

Wandersong - EU/NA Release - £17.99 €19.99 $19.99 - eShop Link - Website - Trailer - Metacritic

Summary:
"A musical adventure where you use singing to save the world! Play as a silly bard who embarks on a globe-trotting journey to learn about the mysterious Earthsong, said to prevent the universe’s imminent end. It's up to you to sing your songs, unlock the world's secrets and make new friends!" - eShop Page
 

Rise and Shine - EU/NA Release - £13.49 €14.99 $14.99 - eShop Link - Website - Trailer - Metacritic

Summary:
"Rise & Shine is a high lethality puzzle game with a bullet-hell twist. Pop your enemies' heads with next-level strategy and cunning. Pull off the perfect boss fight with careful planning and execution. And guide your advanced projectiles to open new areas. Saving Gamearth won't be easy -- prepare to dash through flurries of missiles and avoid unseen traps as you fight to prevent its destruction. It's going to take all you've got to stay alive in the face of deadly robot armadas, bosses, giant death wheels, and even zombies. You're going to die. A lot. Probably. Play Rise & Shine like you’ve never played before with new game modes that ensure each playthrough feels just right." - eShop Page
 

Armello - EU/NA Release - (Complete Edition) £29.99 €39.98 $39.98 - (Regular Edition) £14.99 €19.99 $19.99 - eShop Link - Website - Trailer - Metacritic (80)

Summary (Regular Edition):
"Armello is a grand swashbuckling adventure that combines three styles of play; The deep tactics of card games with the rich strategy of table top board games, combined with a character role-playing system. As a hero from one of the clans of Armello, you'll quest, scheme, hire agents, explore, vanquish monsters, cast spells and face off against other players, with one ultimate end goal in mind — storming the palace and becoming King or Queen of Armello. The Kingdom of Armello is as dangerous as it is beautiful, perils, banes and bandits hide around every corner and a spreading corruption known as the Rot is leaving no creature untouched." - eShop Page
Complete Edition Features (Listed on the eShop):
  • The base game including eight playable Heroes (two from each of the four Great Clans), Classic Armello dice, four rings per clan (three per clan unlockable), thirteen amulets (nine unlockable), two board skins, 150+ animated cards, and well over 200 quests.
  • Four playable Bandit Clan Heroes, Bandit Clan dice, two rings, one amulet, Guppy (Squire) card skin, and 50 additional quests.
  • The Usurpers Hero Pack, The Rivals Hero Pack, Hero Skins Pack, Seasons Board Skins Pack, and Premium Dice Pack.
 

Whispering Willows - EU/NA Release - £7.99 €8.99 $9.99 - eShop Link - Website - Trailer - Metacritic

Summary:
"Young Elena Elkhorn embarks on a harrowing journey to find her missing father and discover the secrets of the Willows Mansion. Aiding her journey is a unique amulet, she received from her father, which allows her to astral project her spirit into a ghostly-realm and communicate with the dead. Play as Elena to find her missing father, use your astral projection to solves the mansion’s tricks and puzzles, help the lingering souls and discover so much more in Whispering Willows." - eShop Page
Features (Listed on the eShop):
  • Switch HD Rumble - Feel ghostly presences through Elena's amulet with unique patterns for friendly and aggressive spirits
  • Beautiful 2D Art - Immerse yourself in a beautifully hand-drawn 2D world as you traverse the Mansion grounds
  • Haunting Audio - Allow the haunting music and chilling sound effects to send goosebumps across your neck
  • Twisted Plot – Let the history of the Willows Mansion draw you into a plot full of twists and betrayal
  • Puzzling Secrets – Explore the vast Mansion and unlock its puzzling secrets as you search for your missing Father
 

Alwa's Awakening - EU/NA Release - £6.99 $9.99 - eShop Link - Website - Trailer - Metacritic

Summary:
"Use your magic staff and progress through a large interconnected world where you'll solve puzzles, fight enemies and defeat bosses in order to help free the land of Alwa. Explore and uncover the secrets by using your platforming skills in this challenging and charming 8-bit adventure game. Alwa’s Awakening is a game that tries to stay as close as possible to the authentic 8-bit look with sweet pixel art, a soundtrack filled with catchy chiptunes and so much charm it’ll bring you right back to the golden age of video games. With easy to understand controls the game is easy to learn but tough to master, just like how games were in the old days!" - eShop Page
Features (Listed on the eShop):
  • A challenging adventure platform game
  • Use the magic staff to solve puzzles and defeat enemies
  • Listen to a catchy 8-bit soundtrack with over 25 original tracks
  • All-new Assist Mode - Turn off/on item locations on map and enable instant respawn
 

Moorhuhn Wanted - EU/NA Release - £5.03 €5.59 $5.59 - eShop Link - Website - Trailer - Metacritic

Summary:
"Howdy partner! Welcome to the Wild West, where lawlessness has broken out in GUN CITY. Trigger-happy desperado chickens have chased the righteous sheriff out of town. Nothing and no one are safe in this once-peaceful city. You're the new sheriff in town and must restore law and order by taking out these renegade chickens. In each of the three levels, the aim is to hunt as many chickens and collect as many points as possible in just 90 seconds. But be careful — the desperados shoot back! If you get shot three times, the game is over. If you shoot the wrong chicken or the wrong item, points will be deducted. Not only do you have to be accurate, but you also have to complete certain tasks in order to progress to the next level. Which tasks? You have to find that out for yourself!" - eShop Page
Features (Listed on the eShop):
  • Online/Offline — Play whenever and wherever you like. No internet connection is needed to hunt. However, you need an internet connection to put your best score on the global leaderboard and see other players’ scores.
 
 

Today's News:

 

EPIC working on account merging and unlinking for Fortnite - Source

Summary:
One of the most controversial situations Sony has been in recently is not allowing Fortnite players to use their EPIC account (previously used on PlayStation) on any other system. You weren't even allowed to unlink it from Sony, and instead had to start a new account if you wanted to play Fortnite on another platform. This resulted in a lot of negative press for Sony, but nothing seemed to have come of it, until yesterday. Yesterday, Sony announced that they are going to start an open beta for cross-platform play on some 3rd party titles, starting with Fortnite. It was then announced on EPIC's Twitter that they are working on an account merging feature for a November release, where you can have the same items from Battle Passes, etc. on PlayStation and other platforms. EPIC also announced that in a few days, the ability to unlink your EPIC account from PlayStation to use elsewhere will be available.
 

Team17 (Developers of Overcooked 2) tease upcoming update... - Source

Summary:
On the official Twitter account for Overcooked, developers Team17 teased an upcoming update for Overcooked 2. The video takes place on a beach and after some pretty waves wash over the screen, we are greeted by Chef Raccoon tidying up the beach with what seems to be a water gun... 3rd October, 2018 is attached to the video, but that could simply mean more information will be revealed at that date... or it could be a release date. I'll let you all know when more information is revealed.
 
 

Game Announcements/Updates:

 

Fortnite: Season 6 Update - Patch Notes - Patch Video (CINEMATIC) - Patch Video (OVERVIEW)

General Patch Notes (Listed in link above):
  • Always have a friend watching your back when you drop in. Pets are now available in-game!
  • Shadow Stones: Embrace the darkness with this new consumable that can be found around the map.
  • Updated Map: Islands floating, crops growing, Storm approaching. Changes have happened all over the map, glide in to find all of them now.
  • Vaulted Impulse Grenade, Suppressed Submachine Gun, Light Machine Gun, Bouncer, and Remote Explosives. (All of these will still be available in Playground mode)
  • Double Barrel Shotgun, and Grappler nerfed.
  • Storm timing changes
  • Increased the precision and frequency of rotation values sent over the network so that changes to other player rotations and aim direction appear to be smoother.
  • Improvements made to prevent players from appearing to have jittery movement, especially during skydiving.
Switch Specific Patch Notes (Listed in link above):
  • Optimized texture binding rendering code on Switch. This improved CPU and GPU performance, resulting in smoother gameplay and higher resolution rendering.
  • Optimized performance when many players are on screen.
 

Wolfenstein 2: Patch Live - Patch Notes

Patch Notes (Listed in link above):
  • General performance improvements
  • Fixed an issue affecting unresponsive controls when in the game menu
  • Fixed an issue affecting a Star Card achievement bug
  • Added snap-to-center option for motion controls
 

Super Mario Odyssey: New Costume - Patch Notes

Patch Notes (Listed in link above):
  • After you’ve finished the main story, check out the shop to find the Conductor Wig & Conductor Outfit.
 
 

Top Reddit Posts:

 
  • “Link, you are our final hope. The fate of Hyrule rests with you.” - My Dirty (literally) BotW Zelda cosplay from Anime Weekend Atlanta! - Link - u/tinyteaspoons
  • I have converted to Nintendo - Link - u/Lynart
  • [Stardew Valley] The struggle is reel... - Link - u/KevlarGorilla
  • I made a crossover between Hollow Knight and Dead Cells, my two favourite games on the switch right now! [OC] - Link - u/Vestaphex
 
 
If there are any errors or missed information, just let me know and I'll add it promptly.
 
 

Closing Statement:

 
And so another Fortnite season is over and another begins... what are your thoughts on the new update and map changes? As promised in the comments yesterday, the Wolfenstein II Patch released yesterday has been included, because I missed it by around 5 minutes. I'm incredibly interested in seeing what Team17 have done with Overcooked 2 and the next expansion/update, I might have to get another friend though, because I may have killed the last 30+ friends who've played with me... What's your favourite announcement/release from today, let me know in the comments!
 
As per usual, thanks to all the Reddit users who have given me permission to use their posts from earlier today!
 
Thank you for continuing to support the series, it is very much appreciated. Now I'm off to play some Towerfall, because it is the probably my favourite couch co-op game I've ever played. See you tomorrow!
 
Sam ;)
 
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2018.09.25 16:00 TheSupremeAdmiral Thoughts and Anecdotes on Nintendo Switch Online + Reviews for *EVERY* NES Game on NSO

This took me a very long time to work on and has gone through many changes. At first I planned on just writing the reviews and giving some thoughts after but as more time passed I realized that it was important to discuss the failings and merits of NSO as I see them as they sit at the center of the argument.
Let me clarify my stance: I don't believe that players should have to pay for online service on any system, period. HOWEVER- Microsoft and Sony have made their services worthwhile by offering great free games and discounts. It's a lot like being offered a tasty ice cream and a threat of being smacked with a stick if you don't take the ice cream. It's an easy choice. You might remember Sony once had their online service and their free-game service service seperated. Back then I was upset that they forced you to buy PS Now in order to keep playing online but I wasn't that upset because I already had PS Now as it was a great deal. When Nintendo decided to start charging for their online service, they very easily could have replicated this "ice cream and stick" model that the other companies use. But instead they chose to do it a bit differently. Nintendo has a back-catalog of some of the best games throughout history. Every single one of their systems has a multitude of games that I think everyone should play. However, instead of releasing a virtual console with games from the SNES, N64, Gamecube, Wii, Gameboy Color, Gameboy Advance, DS, and 3DS, they've decided to limit themselves to just their first console; the original Nintendo Entertainment System, a system whose heyday was roughly 30 years ago. I personally love the NES, but for most modern gamers these titles are too archaic to even bother with. What's even worse is that, in my opinion, the inventory of games offered is subpar.
That's why I decided to review all the games. Because there are really good games on the NES but for some reason Nintendo failed to include most of them. Where's Metroid? Where's Kirby's Adventure? Where's Kid Icarus, Pacman, Ms Pacman, Mario and Zelda 2, Castlevania 1-3, Ninja Gaiden 1-3, Galaga, Contra, Super Contra, Final Fantasy 1-3, Dragon Quest 1-4, Bubble Bobble, Bomberman, StarTropics, Duck Hunt (it could have used the joycon motion controls), Metal Gear 1 and 2, Bionic Commando, Ducktales, Mega Man 1-6 (don't bring up the Capcom collection; Nintendo could rotate a single Megaman title in and out every month), Mother, Gauntlet, Fire Emblem 1-3, Double Dragon 2, Donkey Kong Jr, Tecmo Super Bowl, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Paperboy, Battletoads, Rampage, Blaster Master, or Tetris? Where is Punch-Out??
Many of those games aren't even all that amazing but Nintendo could have given all of them at once and promise Gameboy, Gameboy Color, and Super Nintendo games in the future. Instead they gave us a list of 20 games, many of which are mediocre, only a few are truly good, and promised 3 more mediocre games in a month, and finally Metroid a month after that. I'm a little disappointed to be honest.
Before the reviews; some more quick thoughts about NSO: Smartphone voice chat is a joke and Cloud Saves should be available to everyone without the service. Obviously. The NES app itself is pretty featureless. There are savestates, a CRT filter, and you can play with your friends online but not strangers. None of the games have been improved but Tecmo Bowl has been modified to remove player's names with no substitute. There's no implemented leaderboards or speedrun trackers or cool stuff like that. The interface is clean, the games load super quick and they all run nicely. For these reviews; I played (and replayed) all of these games pretty thoroughly. I put effort into long score-chasing sessions, and played all the way through the games that I hadn't beaten before (except Ghosts n' Goblins for for obvious reasons for those familiar). I tried very hard to consider how well they hold up for a modern audience but I am an old-school gamer and may still be a bit biased. If you don't think you can enjoy old games just mentally subtract a point or two from my number scores. Without further ado:
Balloon Fight: This game was a pleasant surprise. The game contains three modes. Normal single player has you fight off a number of opponents in a series of balloon battles trying to knock them out of the air before they do the same to you. It's a arcade-style, score-chasing experience where the idea is to challenge yourself for higher and higher scores. There is also an option for 2-player which is the same game as the 1-player but with a friend. You can work together or you can troll each-other which can be fun in itself. The third mode is Balloon Trip which is an auto scrolling challenge where you must navigate a maze of obstacles while grabbing balloons for points. While the music is excellent, I find this mode to be less fun the actual balloon fights. The game controls well, but the game is extremely difficult. Modern hardcore score-chasers might be turned off as there is no leaderboard and thus no way to show off your scores to the community. That sounds silly, but remember even arcades had a high score list and Nintendo could have added one to the NES app itself. 2-player is fun but I don't imagine that it will be returned to time and again. This game is fair. (3/5)
Baseball: This game tries its hardest to emulate as many aspects of real baseball that it can into a small game with only two buttons. That is its fundamental flaw. Almost anything can be done provided you can figure out the controls which can't be found in the game, only by looking up the manual online. Even if you know how to play, you might not really consider it that fun. Choosing pitches feels arbitrary as the AI batter has no logic to its responses. Batting is difficult and feels very random as well. Stealing and feinting seem impossible and the AI never tries either. Unfortunately there isn’t any real options for customizing your team in this game. You can choose an initial (so long as it isn’t the one the cpu randomly chose first) and that determines your color. Playing the AI is tedious but playing a friend can be more fun. Overall, I think this game is kinda terrible. (1/5)
Donkey Kong: The "arcade classic." Donkey Kong is infamous as being the first Mario game and basically the first platformer ever. In this game you must dodge a variety of obstacles as you climb the levels to reach the top trying to achieve the high score. While considered to be the jewel of the arcade for a time after its release, today it's just a slow and chunky platformer. The NES version lacks one of the four levels that were in the original arcade game and repeating the same three levels again and again gets pretty tedious. There’s two modes A and B where B is the harder version but this game is very difficult either way and requires a lot of patience. There’s a 2nd player option but it’s just taking turns. Score-chasing is fun for some people but unless you plan on becoming the next King of Kong you probably won’t have fun with this title. I think it’s important to recognize the classics but this game has aged especially poorly. I hate to say it but this game is mediocre. (2/5)
Double Dragon: Another classic arcade game that time has not been kind to. This one is a sidescroller beat-em-up. Like other titles in this collection, it is extremely difficult to the point of feeling unfair. The major problem is that to be in range to hit enemies you have to put yourself in range to be hit yourself and while it may feel like you have your foes stun-locked in a combo you can randomly receive counter hits without even seeing an animation. Supposedly you get more combat options as your score increases, for instance your jump will automatically transform into a jump-kick, but that was the only new move I noticed. Unlike the previous games I talked about, this game has a distinct series of levels to go through with a final boss and everything. While using savestates to help you reach the end might seem enticing; unfair hazards and inappropriate platforming sections made the experience incredibly frustrating. While the arcade version had true multiplayer this version is just turn-taking. You can still fight a friend in the alternate battle mode sort of like a primitive fighting game.The different characters to choose have different attacks animations so it isn’t totally bland. My favorite character is Abobo. This game is mediocre. (2/5) Modern beat-em-ups improve on the concept greatly. I'd much rather play the new Capcom collection instead of returning to this archaic experience.
Dr. Mario: A tetris-like puzzle game involving repositioning random blocks as they fall. Unlike tetris, you match colors with the ultimate goal of removing preset viruses and advancing to the next stage. The gameplay holds up and out of all the games I've talked about so far it is the one I'd most likely play more than a few times. Again there is no leaderboard which makes it less enticing for some but personally I like playing this one endlessly with the help of save states. There is a two-player mode which is always nice, it's a best of three with the goal of eliminating the viruses faster than your opponent. At the start you can choose the number of viruses, the speed the pills fall, and between two different music tracks (both of which are excellent). This game is good. (4/5) Tetris is a better game but it's not part of this collection.
Excitebike: I had never played this one before and ended up pleasantly surprised. It’s a racing game with a surprising amount of depth given its simplicity. The point is to maximize speed by avoiding obstacles, clearing jumps, and keeping your engine from overheating by using your turbo speed effectively. There are a number of different tracks to choose from or advance through by placing at least 3rd on each race. Races can be done solo or against opposing racers but placement is always based on time so other racers act more like extra obstacles. Finally the game has a mode that allows you to make a customized track! This actually blew my mind. You can place all the different obstacles however you like and design ridiculous tracks. You’ll want to keep the manual handy as each obstacle is designated by a letter and is difficult to remember what’s what. You can save the track and load it to race on anytime but you can only have one. Modern games would have the option to save more tracks and share them with friends but Nintendo didn’t add any feature like that. This game doesn’t have any multiplayer option which is a bummer because I bet it would be fun as hell. This game is fair. (3/5).
Ghosts ‘N Goblins: This game is so difficult it is practically unplayable. Imagine Castlevania except the enemies spawn rapidly and are relentlessly fast, you can only get hit twice, there is an extremely harsh time limit, and your subweapons are your only attack option and they all feel terrible to use. I’ve never reached the end of the game but it’s famous for the fact that it actually has to be beaten twice which is cruel and unusual. In theory it might be possible to cheese your way through with save states but wouldn’t call it worth it. It has a two-player mode but it’s just taking turns. This game is terrible. (1/5). Capcom has remade this game a few times and those games are actually really good, but I don’t think the NES version is very fun at all.
Gradius: Gradius is a side-scrolling, bullet-hell shooter where you control a single ship shooting down a horde of enemies. Just like before the game controls well but but is extremely hard. Even entering Konami’s famous code and unlocking all the upgrades immediately still isn’t enough to guarantee success. Without the code the upgrade system is sort of confusing. Each upgrade pickup scrolls your available option along a list making it possible to miss desired upgrades if you’re not paying attention. Another issue I have is a lack of a turbo feature. Repeatedly smashing the shoot button becomes incredibly uncomfortable. It has a 2-player mode where the players take turns. As a score chaser this is another title that could be improved by a leaderboard implemented through the NES but even still it’s a solid game. Overall, this game is fair. (3/5). This genre has evolved a lot and fans would probably prefer the more polished modern titles available.
Ice Climber: This one turned out to be extremely disappointing. Ice Climber is a very simple platformer where the goal is to get to the top of a tall mountain. You can jump very high vertically but not very far horizontally. In fact your horizontal coverage is so poor that even a tiny gap becomes a frightening hazard. Making progress is very tedious. In order to access most higher floors you must first leap up and break holes in them from below. Often you have to do this from scrolling platforms which is terrible as it guarantees that’ll you fall from the platform and have wait for the next one to repeat the cycle. This repetitive and slow process is further complicated by falling icicle hazards, flying opponents, moving floors, and enemies who repair the holes you create. Also a polar bear will show up after a while and force the screen to scroll upward creating a raising lava style pressure. While all of this might seem bad on its own I think it would be surmountable if not for the truly terrible controls. As I said before the horizontal coverage is terrible. A standing jump clears basically nothing whatsoever and a running jump is only a little farther and can’t be controlled. The absolute worst thing though is that the way the game calculates landing is wonky and it’s extremely common to see your character’s sprite fall right through the edge of a platform that you thought for a second you had successfully reached. While the game’s manual makes the claim that multiplayer can be cooperative I don’t really see how. One player going too far will kill the other so the already slow climb is now made exponentially worse as both players struggle to progress. A far more fun option is to race while trolling each other’s progress. It’s still not very fun for long. I hate to say it but this game was terrible. (1/5). Maybe Smash should have used the Balloon Fighter instead.
Ice Hockey: Much better than the rest of the Nintendo sports games in my opinion. The controls are way more simple and easy to understand. You can move, you can pass or shoot on offense, and you can switch players or body check on defense. The rest is just simplified hockey rules. This game lets you choose your team’s country to determine your colors and you can choose the ai’s as well. Even cooler is that you can customize your team with different sized players that actually have different stats! Playing the AI is alright but multiplayer is much more fun. The only glaring weakness is that it is very difficult to see which player you’re currently controlling. They flash a different color but the screen can be a bit chaotic. I think this game is fair. (3/5) Still, modern hockey games will probably be more appealing.
Mario Bros: Another arcade classic that has aged somewhat poorly. In my opinion it fairs better than Donkey Kong. A score chasing game where the goal is to defeat enemies and grab coins while avoiding obstacles. Punch the floor to flip an opponent then kick them to finish them off. There’s three different types of which are used in combination along with fireballs and floor freezing icicles. All of these elements make for a dynamic and fun experience. What’s the problem you might wonder? Frankly, controlling Mario’s movement is pretty awful. He slides around everywhere even before the floors get frozen and he has no mid-air control whatsoever. What’s sad is that Nintendo has remade this classic with updated controls that make playing Mario feel like playing Mario. That change makes the game fantastic. Going back to the original feels pretty bad. Still, it’s playable and it has multiplayer which is always a nice thing. Altogether I’d still rate this one as mediocre. (2/5)
Pro Wrestling: I don’t even know where to begin with this game. I’ve spent a lot of time reading guides and experimenting with it and I'm still not entirely sure I know how to play it. The idea is to wear down your opponent with various attacks, grapples, and signature moves so that they'll stay down long enough to pin them. It's possible to do ridiculous piledrives, clotheslines, and aerial attacks launched from the top rope. You can even toss your opponent out of the ring follow up with a flying splash, and continue to beat on your opponent while the out-of-bounds timer ticks down. It sounds great but winning in a grapple and pulling off these moves feels totally random. Most of time you go in for a grab only to get knocked down by a kick in the face and then repeatedly fail to get up as you get kicked over and over again. What bothers me the most is that there is no way to tell if you’re even winning. There are no health bars and instead the game seems to use an invisible fatigue system that build as the wrestlers hurt one another. Knowing if your opponent has been weakened enough for a pin is a matter of guessing but fortunately there is a warning sound for when your own character starts to weaken. The characters to choose from are hilarious, my personal favorite is the Amazon. Multiplayer is fun but also feels like randomly mashing buttons. This game is hilariously bad but still kinda fun, overall it settles at mediocre. (2/5) “A winner is you!”
River City Ransom: A far better choice over Double Dragon. With rpg elements and a contiguous city to explore; this amazing beat-em-up was ahead of its time. While you explore the city you'll fight a number of enemy gangs with ridiculous names like “The Generic Dudes” or “The Squids.” Levels are punctuated by malls featuring cafes, bakeries, and sushi shops that sell food that recovers your stamina and gives you various stat upgrades. There's also bookstores where you can learn advanced fighting techniques. The game's graphics are beyond charming. The little animations of your guy eating sushi or jumpkicking baddies are absolutely adorable. I love the detail that is put into what would be a simple combat system. Weapons are all over the place and can be used to bash enemies or be thrown at them at a distance. Heavy weapons like crates or garbage cans can be kicked at enemies or jumped on top of. You can smack away projectiles using a bat or pipe. Knocked over enemies can even be picked up and used like weapons! The game really shines with multiplayer. You can do ridiculous stunts like create a human totem pole or use your partner’s body to bash enemies like a club. It’s an absolute blast. Unfortunately this game isn’t perfect. There really isn’t any variety to the enemies and bosses, and there are only a handful of weapons to mix-up combat. Much of the game is just grinding for money to upgrade your stats and techniques. While it isn’t the best game on the list it really is up there and shouldn’t be ignored. This game is good. (4/5)
Soccer: There isn’t much to say here. It’s like Ice Hockey but not good. It’s very slow and controls awkwardly. It doesn’t support diagonal movement so all the players move along invisible gridlines. It’s easier to see which player you’re currently controlling thanks to the slow speed and a hovering indicator but swapping players seems very unresponsive at times. You can pick your team’s country but you can’t customize your team members like in hockey. You also can’t choose the opposing AI team in single player mode. It’s certainly playable and supports multiplayer but I’m sure most people would prefer a more modern soccer game. I really didn’t have much fun playing this one and I’m going to rate it as terrible. (1/5)
Super Mario Bros: Now here’s a classic that has aged much better. While his former arcade titles faired poorly thanks to clunky controls, Super Mario Bros. has stood the test of time for a reason. Mario is incredibly quick and responsive, his jumps are huge and they have high-degree of midair control. I can’t express to you how much of a breath of fresh air this game is after playing all the titles that came before it on this list. While this game has a score system the real challenge is reaching the end. The sprites are very clean and easy to read. The music is fantastic. The levels are well designed and can be sped through expertly or explored for tons of hidden secrets. Unfortunately, most levels are somewhat short feeling and while there is some variety to the different styles of levels it’s not enough to keep from feeling a bit repetitive. Also, unlike all future Mario titles, you are unable to backtrack and can only advance forward. The game’s real weakness is a lack of content compared to its myriad of sequels. There’s only 32 levels, only about 10 enemy types, only 3 power-ups, and only 1 boss that is reused 8 times. The multiplayer mode is just taking turns, which is not nearly as fun as what used in the modern New Super Mario titles. Still, looking back it’s really clear as to why Mario has become gaming’s most recognized franchise spanning over 30 years. This game is extremely good. (4/5)
Super Mario Bros 3: I cannot begin to explain just how great this game is. While I wrote at length about the quality of the original Super Mario Bros. this game improves on it in every single way. While the original felt like the prototype that would evolve into the Mario we know today, this game can stand shoulder to shoulder with even the newest Mario titles. Mario handles even better than before. The sprite work is beautiful. The soundtrack is fantastic. The levels are hugely varied, expertly designed, and full of surprises. The eight different worlds have eight different themes; each unique and extremely memorable. Remember those numbers I listed off in the last review? This game has over 80 different levels, nearly 50 different types of enemies, 8 power-ups which can be collected in an inventory for later use, and each of its 7 normal bosses have a unique appearance and their own special attacks; while the final fight against Bowser is very different and challenging. This game’s only weakness is that despite its massive size it has no way of saving progress. Oh wait, this version has save states. Problem solved. Before I forget, while this game has turn-taking multiplayer it also contains a battle-mode easter egg that is a recreation of the Mario Bros. arcade game but using Super Mario Bros. 3’s smooth controls. Super Mario Bros. 3 may very well be the best game to ever be released for the NES. It definitely holds up and is still enjoyable today. This game is fantastic. (5/5)
Tecmo Bowl: American Football is an interesting sport. In a certain sense it’s almost as much of a game of strategy as it is one of athletics. It’s probably for this reason that Tecmo Bowl is such an interesting video game. Like the sports titles on this list, Tecmo lets you pick your team by selecting one of the cities they come from. Unlike the other games though, each team in Tecmo has individual stats based on the 1988 NFL roster of players. The teams’ names and logos were omitted and unfortunately this port has the player’s names removed as well (weird that they can edit this detail but not update anything else in these old games). I’ve tested it and No. 34 on Los Angeles still retains his beastly speed. Each play in Tecmo Bowl starts with both players picking from 4 different formations with each city’s team having their own unique options to choose. Choosing the correct play has a huge impact but personally I know so little about football that my choice is often random. Still I imagine that a couple of old school fans could have a blast here. The game features the usual single player and multiplayer options but also features a special “coach” mode where each player only chooses the plays and lets the computer control the players with the goal of outwitting their opponent. It’s a neat concept but I don’t it’s worth more than trying out once. Overall, I think Tecmo Bowl may be the best of the sports games on this list but the limitations of the genre means that it won’t appeal to everyone. This game is fair. (3/5) Go ahead and add a point if you absolutely love American Football.
Tennis: I’m pretty sure this is the worst of the sports games on this list. Where other sports games are held back by the inherent complexity of controlling a team of several players, this one fails simply because it’s not fun. Judging the ball’s distance is extremely difficult and your player’s slow and clumsy swings are awkward and difficult to time correctly. You have almost no options at your disposal and each rally consists of lazily hitting the ball back and forth until you miss the timing or the AI fails arbitrary. The total lack of music makes this game particularly pathetic to watch. The multiplayer mode only allows for a cooperative doubles match so you can’t play against a human opponent. Whenever I play this I can’t help but miss Wii Sports and wish Nintendo had given us that instead. Nintendo really dropped the ball here. This game is terrible. (1/5) I’d rather play pong.
The Legend of Zelda: Whether or not the original Legend of Zelda still holds up today is a question I posed to myself long before Nintendo Online was announced. I truly believe the answer is yes. The Legend of Zelda is a very special game. As the progenitor of all action-adventure games today, Zelda is a game about combat, problem-solving, and exploration. Starting with only a shield, you embark on a quest to save the titular princess by exploring the world of Hyrule and unearthing the 8 labyrinths that hold the pieces of the Triforce. Along the way; there are monsters to fight, weapons and items to find, and a myriad of secrets to discover. Combat is simple and challenging; consisting of maneuvering around foes and either stabbing them with your sword or utilizing your special items like the bombs or the magic wand. The labyrinths are maze-like; with locked doors and hidden keys, and filled to the brim with dangerous monsters. The later ones may require you to exercise your problem-solving skills, as making progress isn’t always obvious. What this game excels at is exploration. Right from the start of the game you’re free to travel the breadth of Hyrule. No one will explicitly tell you where you should go, or what you should do. It’s up to you to discover the labyrinth’s locations on your own. Just about every screen of the world map has something on it to find, though often they’re hidden and require some experimentation to uncover them. Since discovery is such an important part of this game; I’d recommend that for anyone who plans on trying this game out for the first time to resist the urge to just look up the answers on the internet. Don’t use a walkthrough, instead make your own map and explore this game for yourself. Some people might feel that trying to beat this game without any outside resources is too much to ask for. I’d like to propose a simple compromise: Whenever you find yourself struggling to advance, rather than looking up a video or a wiki page, instead limit yourself to what a kid in the 80s would have. I can attest that the game’s original manual, the map and strategies poster, and back issues of Nintendo Power featuring hints; can all be found very easily with a google search. These will point you in the right direction without revealing everything. I could continue writing about this game for ages but I’ll spare you all of that and instead just say that this game is fantastic. (5/5)
Yoshi: This somewhat confusingly named game is another falling block puzzler as it turns out, much like Dr. Mario. Apparently it released simultaneously on the Gameboy and on the NES a year after the character Yoshi was introduced in Super Mario World for the SNES. Weird. Anyway, the gimmick behind this one is that you can’t actually control the blocks as they fall. Instead you swap the stacks they make on the floor to manipulate what they land on. For instance a single goomba-block and a 3-block stack with a boo-block on top might sit next to one another, and you can swap their places so that a falling goomba and boo block will land on the correct stacks. If I’m failing to explain it, don’t worry it’s obvious once you see it. The real complication are the Yoshi eggs that come in two halves. Dropping the top half onto a tall stack that has a bottom half of a Yoshi egg underneath it will instantly eliminate all the blocks sandwiched between them and earn you an appropriately high score bonus. From the start; you can choose between focusing on a highscore or advancing through stages, choose the level you start at, and choose the speed of the falling blocks. You can also choose between three different music tracks, all of which are mediocre, which is a shame because good music goes a long way in making puzzler’s like these enjoyable. Unlike in Dr. Mario; the two-player resembles modern puzzle-battle games in that clearing a huge stack at once will cause more blocks to fall on your opponent’s side making it harder for them and encouraging risky play. Overall, while the concept is neat I don’t think it’s enough to elevate this one. This game is fair. (3/5) Not as good as Dr. Mario and certainly no match for Tetris.
I can continue reviewing new NES games as they come out if anyone found this interesting.
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