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== SSB64 Tier List ==
== SSB64 Tier List ==
New SSB64 tier list was released
New SSB64 tier list was released [[User:KoRoBeNiKi]]

Revision as of 06:28, October 3, 2009

new melee tier list

self explanatory

Pardon... what?

Alright, to address my latest edit to the news, the reason I changed the date for the Smash service discontinuation is explained in the edit description - received a notice from Nintendo on June 2 that the service would be discontinued at the end of the month, not that it was already discontinued on May 30th.

Now, to address the "June 12th" news that was up there: I hardly think that this glitch, of which I have the highest doubts, is news-worthy. What other glitches are posted in the news for being found? None. Sure, a glitch that makes Master Hand playable would probably be pretty cool and maybe even major, but I just can't believe that after we've played this game for eight years, this "glitch," which could just as easily be an age-old hack, suddenly shows up and makes Master Hand, of all characters, playable? Please, people. We've played this game to death; there's not gonna randomly be a glitch that makes Master Hand playable when we've already been playing as Master Hand with Action Replay codes for years. Nonetheless, if this glitch seems plausible enough when I read about it, I may try it out for myself.

Alright, alright; it seems that this glitch really does exist - but it has since November, so it's hardly new - the root of the word "news" in the first place - anymore. So my editing it out stands, whether people have just recently paid attention to it or not.

Perhaps I'll try this glitch out with a friend at some point. Sounds fun.

Thank you, and good night. Teamrocketspy621 (talk) 01:27, 15 June 2009 (UTC)

I point everyone who disagrees in the direction of the DOJO!!, on which this notice recently appeared: As of June 30th, 2009, the current service that accepts user-generated snapshots, stage designs, and replay data will no longer be available. Please note, however, that we will continue to distribute such data after that date. I've added it to the news template (it's better to have a direct quote from Nintendo (I substituted the word "Nintendo" for "we")). PenguinofDeath 08:07, 15 June 2009 (UTC)

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