Part 13 of the Super Smash Bros. Melee Documentary Successfully Funded

As of two days ago, part 13 of the (approximately) 4 hour Super Smash Bros. Melee documentary has been successfully funded! The new 2 hour episode will feature Armada, a professional smasher from Sweden who is most known for being the best Peach player in Europe, as well as other well known professional players. The success of this Kickstarter is evident that the Smash Bros. community is still alive and truly passionate about an on going game series that is more than a decade old. The timing is perfect, considering just 2 days ago, Nintendo announced they are going to be hosting a Super Smash Bros. 4 tournament during E3!

With 11 more days to go, there are a few Kickstarter stretch goals Samox (the director) hopes to accomplish, but nonetheless, expect to hopefully see this documentary on Netflix or in a theater near you!

For those who are aren’t in the know or don’t know about the Smash Bros. competitive scene, the documentary essentially tells a compelling narrative about influential players who discovered and mastered aspects of the game and took it where it was never intended to go.  After watching the documentary a couple of months ago when it was released, I was inspired to pick up Super Smash Bros. Melee again (after 5 years) in an effort to learn to play competitively. I still am learning, but know it takes time and patience to even begin to get good at it. If you have 4 hours to spare and you love Smash, check out the original documentary in HD below! Feel free to leave a comment if you have any questions!

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My name is Anthony A, I am 20 years old and I am currently a 2nd year college student studying English. In my spare time, I am usually occupying my time with video games (Super Smash Bros is my favorite) or the internet. I've been a fan of Nintendo ever since the Gameboy and N64 came out. Not much else to add about me, send me an email (or tweet) if you ever have any questions about anything!