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Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl is a bummer

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Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl could have been a contender.

It started with a foolproof pitch. “What if there was a Smash Bros. game starring beloved Nickelodeon characters?” The concept rests perfectly in the middle portion of the “corporate IP flex” and “stuff fans actually want” venn diagram. When Nickelodeon teamed up with developers Ludosity and Fair Play Labs to handle the game, its Smash-contender cred skyrocketed. Ludosity’s small team were Smash Bros. fanatics who had turned out Slap City, a solid platform fighter tuned for high-level play, in 2018.

In an early gameplay trailer, the devs cheekily revealed that its game would have wavedashing. In Smash Bros. Melee, wavedashing was a high-execution technique that…



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