I might actually have something to play other than Melee.
You may want to refrain from using the term ‘Smash killer’ for a while.
Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl got a much-needed quality-of-life update. Previously, characters had no voices, although you could technically mod them in. It made matches feel empty. Well that’s no longer the case as of today’s update. All characters now have voices as they jump, do a smash attack, or taunt. I’m happy to see my favorite character, Jenny Wakeman, still voiced by the same actress as the show that she was in: Janice Kawaye.
Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl (NASB), the game that closely follows the trails of Super Smash Bros. as far as fighting mechanics go, has received an update today. When I had reviewed the game on Boiling Steam back in October, I had a few complaints regarding the character selection screen resetting after leaving the Rules menu and no timer for those who are away from their keyboard when matchmaking online. Fortunately for us, those issues have finally been fixed.