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  1. So now a majority of the smash community is riding the Google theory? And papagenos is discrediting any points against it causing his fanbase to plug their ears to any counter points? God the speculation i think I’m done with until Nintendo announce the next character. I don’t think it’s likely this leak is true and I personally would like the next revealed character to disconfirm it wholeheartedly, the evidence against it seems pretty legit, but god this is feeling like the grinch leak all over again. Pretentious “I’m better than you and right” attitudes on both ends.

    1. Polkadi~☆

      Polkadi~☆

      Leaks inferior

      Actually having some goddamn patience superior

    2. Dee Dude

      Dee Dude

      At this point, it would be better for them to just outright reveal the characters.

    3. DanJ86

      DanJ86

      @Dee Dude Better for who?

      Turns out it's pretty easy to ignore the Smash community. I've been doing it without even realising it. lol

    4. Dee Dude

      Dee Dude

      Uh...Nintendo, Sakurai,and the team?

      Who would else I talk about?

    5. Polkadi~☆

      Polkadi~☆

      Do that, and you create a patience issue. People won't wait months for a fighter when they know who it is. As a matter of fact, Joker was close to falling into that trap.

      If it's a surprise, people can hold their patience for longer.

    6. Waveshocker Sigma

      Waveshocker Sigma

      @Polkadi~♪ I'm sorry, what? From what I've seen, it's the exact opposite. People are more willing to wait when they know what's coming rather than being kept in the dark forever only for the reveal to happen and it's not as good as they'd hoped once it's shown or they get to try it. (Makes me think of Pokemon Gen 7)

      I know in my case, I prefer knowing everything first and then just patiently waiting to get what I know is coming without a doubt. If they make me wait until the last second and then it's shit, I drop the whole thing and don't come back.

    7. DanJ86

      DanJ86

      @Dee Dude The fans. It would be better for the fans too. Though I can't see why I'd think you'd be referring to the fans. The obvious just didn't click with me at the time.

      Here's something interesting. Do you think Endgame would've been such a hit if everyone knew how it would end? 

    8. Polkadi~☆

      Polkadi~☆

      Surprises stringing along one by one keeps your interest. If we already knew everything, we'd just ask to release the characters already. When things remain a surprise, there's no clamouring for release, but instead speculation. The question is "who" instead of "when."

    9. Dee Dude

      Dee Dude

      Spoiling a plot point in a heavily story driven film series where not everyone has watched it yet and revealing new characters in a video game that everyone will know about regardless of you bought it or not are two entirely different things.

    10. Waveshocker Sigma

      Waveshocker Sigma

      Comparing the plot of a movie to the roster of a fighting game doesn't really work for most people, Dan. It's two different things with two different set of expectations.

      That being said, I'm the kind of person who normally prefers spoilers outright before i watch something and even I intentionally watched Endgame blind, just cause I wanted to see what happened for myself without having too much on my mind.

    11. DanJ86

      DanJ86

      Really? So nobody else gets any thrills from the unknown? It's just me??

      ….Darn.

      Though if I was in a dark room, alone at night and heard a mysterious noise, I would totally freak out. ^^;

      Some surprises are okay while others? Not so much...

    12. Waveshocker Sigma

      Waveshocker Sigma

      @Polkadi~♪ It should be "when" instead of "who". Knowing what you're paying for (or might be paying for) ahead of time is more ideal when investing time and money into a product. It's why the Dragonball FighterZ players have been so fed up with certain character choices for the second DLC pass. (Though, I can't say I agree since they've all been pretty good. Even Jiren, who I don't like.)

      Blazblue Cross Tag Battle is taking a long time to get it's next characters to come out, but I already know who they are, so I don't feel the need to stress about it. I'll just go about my life until they pop out since I don't have to worry about completely stupid and pointless speculation that inevitably devolves into arguing, bickering and fan wars.

    13. Polkadi~☆

      Polkadi~☆

      There's arguing and bickering and fan wars whether they're revealed or not. Dealing with the Smash community is ultimately lose-lose.

      I think it must be that Nintendo can also keep the casual player's interest in Smash by revealing these characters over a period of time. Instead of being a one-and-done thing, Nintendo can keep a focus on Smash over the course of a year. That's probably the main reason, anyways.

    14. Waveshocker Sigma

      Waveshocker Sigma

      Oh, of course. The drip-feed method works perfect for the casuals and they're obviously where the majority of their money will come from at the end of the day. They'll often completely forget about the characters and often end up not buying them immediately when they come out if they're revealed early cause they'll forget, but if they slowly inroduce one and then very slowly advertise it, it acts as a somewhat constant reminder that they need to be ready to spend their money on it if they didn't already buy the pass and that works just perfectly for Nintendo because~

       

    15. Polkadi~☆

      Polkadi~☆

      Suppose that makes me more of a casual fan. I'm not deep into all the speculation and excitement, although I do have some hopes and wishes. These leaks tend to be too much for me, that I'd rather wait for real news instead. At the end of the day, I just want a fun game to play, which Smash is.

    16. Waveshocker Sigma

      Waveshocker Sigma

      I can understand and somewhat relate to that. I only want the reveals to happen sooner so I'm not tempted to sift through all of the speculation to find information when I have nothing better to do. Otherwise, I stay out of it and just play the game on my own or do other things. I love leaks when they're real, but hate rumors and fake leaks and how easily everyone gets fooled and heated up by them.

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