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Nintendo does not broadcast the North American Splatoon tournament for the #FreeMelee protest

As you remember, a few weeks ago Nintendo canceled The Big House online tournament due to some flaws related to the use of the Slippy mod for Super Smash Bros. Melee. As a sign of solidarity, several Splatoon 2 players have ...
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Nintendo has a Super Smash Bros. Melee online tournament canceled

The COVID emergency has not discouraged the Super Smash Bros. Melee community, one of the most followed Nintendo titles within the export landscape. A special edition of The Big House tournament was due to take place completely online next month ....

A modder is helping players turn GameCube into a Switch dock

The Nintendo GameCube, despite its limited success, has become a cult console over the years. Released in 2001, it was the home of, for example, Super Smash Bros. Melee, a fighting game ...

Smash Summit: Hungrybox snatches the title at Mew2King!

The particular Los Angeles Super Smash Bros. Melee tournament has reached its seventh edition, and as expected Mew2King failed to keep the title; This time the main tournament sees the winner ...

Leffen wins at The Mang0: Homecoming!

Norwalk, California, was the city that hosted The Mang0: Homecoming, last major Super Smash Bros. Melee tournament before the highly anticipated Smash Summit, and as scheduled Leffen wins the ...

Path of Exile, Echoes of the Atlas is the largest expansion ...

The new Path of Exile league has arrived, accompanied by the new Echoes of the Atlas expansion. As already reported in recent days, the ...

Xbox Live Gold, Microsoft's turnaround: no increase and free to ...

Counter-order comrades. Microsoft thinks back and a few hours after the announcement of an Xbox Live Gold price hike, not only takes a step back, ...

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