Last Smash Bros. Direct yesterday.
Cannot believe that yet another Fire Emblem character is being added, and one from a game that's not even out yet, no less. I was pretty upset at first, but now I'm just disappointed. Corrin is the last Nintendo character to be added to Smash 4. This would've been a great opportunity to put in an iconic/classic character from Nintendo's rich history - looking at you, K Rool and Isaac - but instead they went for what's pretty much a blatant cash grab with FE Fates being released soon. As far as I know, pretty much nobody cares about this character. The very faint silver lining is that his moveset looks somewhat decent. No excitement for or interest in this character whatsoever.
I am excited for Cloud, though, who's actually an iconic character who a lot of people have wanted in Smash as a pipe dream for years. Haven't bought him yet, but I plan to do so soon. I thought it was kind of dumb that so much time in the Direct was spent showing off his moveset (and the movesets of the other characters) - the important thing to show in the Direct is that something is in the game in the first place; I'd rather read detailed information on the website later. Eh.
Bayonetta looks cool; she's someone I'd been hoping would make it for a while even if I've never played her games. I was pretty disappointed that they only included one character from the ballot, though, since there were doubtless dozens of characters who did well in the ballot and would fit very well in Smash. Ah, well, guess there's always Smash 5.
I guess there was a "goodbye" closing sequence but I was too busy being sad about Wolf not making it to pay attention. Back to Project M we go.
too bad PM died for a Knuckles Mii costume