"Interestingly, Dr. Wright is accompanied by the Super Smash Bros. symbol, not something pertaining to SimCity. This is most likely because game franchises seen in Smash Bros. games are only given Universe symbols and thus recognized as official universes if they feature characters that have been included in a Smash Bros. game as a playable fighter. It is evident by the Smash Bros. universe symbol that there will be no SimCity character that is actually playable in Brawl; the symbol may also be construed to refer to the item he can be summoned by (the Assist Trophy), which itself is a Smash Bros. property. When Samurai Goro was shown to be an Assist character, he had the F-Zero symbol shown on him in his update, however; this is most likely because F-Zero was already established as a universe in Smash Bros. with a playable character of its own (Captain Falcon), unlike SimCity."
I didn't read the rest of the article but is this type of speculation even aloud on here? --Galvanic 03:15, November 19, 2007 (EST)
- I recall that was added way back in the day Dr. Wright was first revealed, when it was a strange occurance for an obscure character to get the Smash Bros. symbol. I'll edit that to make it much more reasonable. Erik, Lord of Universes 03:22, November 19, 2007 (EST)
The article states that the player plays as Dr. Wright in Sim City. That is incorrect; the player is the mayor. Dr. Wright advises you. The Inker 03:51, February 9, 2008 (EST)
What's the point of having info of one of his cameos? It's not relevent to smash. 18.104.22.168 03:07, January 18, 2010 (UTC)
Who's Dr. Wright?
Sorry if I'm bashing in jsut to say that, but what is Sim City?