The Super Smash Bros. Ultimate roster is so vast that director Masahiro Sakurai said he was sure that the franchise will never again reach such a wide range of fighters to choose from in its future.
Despite this, it seems that the players are never really satisfied: many continue to ask for new additions, in the hope of finally being able to fight as their own videogame idol in Smash Ultimate.
On the occasion of the reception of a prize awarded to him during the Japanese Game Award, Sakurai wanted to respond in particular to those players who insistently continue to request the introduction of Goku and Iron Man into the Nintendo brawler:
“I get these kinds of requests from all over the world, like,” Where is my beloved Iron Man? ” Or ‘Where is my beloved Goku?’ However, Smash will only receive content from video games, “ Sakurai’s statements translated on Twitter by PushDustin. Therefore, it is not enough for the Japanese director that characters like Goku and Iron Man do after all part of the videogame medium, but he claims that the wrestlers made their first appearance in a video game.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is now available exclusively on Nintendo Switch. The brawler game was defined by Sakurai as the last legacy of the never forgotten Satoru Iwata. Finally, let us remember that yesterday the special event dedicated to elderly characters has officially begun.
I get all these kinds of requests from abroad like, "Where is my believed Iron Man?" or "where is my beloved Goku? " However, basically (Smash) will only have content from video games in it. https://t.co/T4dhbfKEA6
— PushDustIn (@PushDustIn) September 13, 2019