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Just a short little update to welcome the release of Star Fox Zero for Wii U today. So far my impressions of the game are good and… Read more “Celebrate the release of Star Fox Zero”
Wolf was a playable character in Super Smash Brothers Brawl. It was naturally assumed that he would return for the next game and as a result not much campaigning for Wolf to be included in the next game was done. For reasons unknown Wolf did not return with the initial roster of Smash 4 nor its subsequent DLC. Regardless we cannot ever allow a situation for future entries in the series where Wolf is not a playable character.
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Wolf means more to me than just a character in Smash. I grew up with Starfox 64 and Wolf was my favorite Villain in gaming growing up, so I was estatic when he was announced for Brawl. And what was even better for me is that he was a slower, heavy hitting character that felt natural for my playstyle needs. I love Smash 4, but I can’t help but feel like I’m lacking a character I truly enjoy playing, like I did Wolf in Brawl.
As the creator and main person behind this website, it may seem narcissistic and biased for me to be leaving a message but I think I’m allowed to show my support lol.
Wolf in Lylat Wars 64 (Star Fox 64) was always my favourite character in the game. I never owned Super Smash Bros. Brawl so it took me a long time to find a main to use that I was any good with. When I finally played Wolf I fell in love with his play style and actually started doing really well.
I was really keen to play Wolf in Smash for Wii U especially since I can’t play Brawl or PM due to the lack of buffering. Since Wolf didn’t come back here we are now on this website.