Jonno and Zantok look back on their very own origin story in the now-defunct web forum ‘Super Smash Bros. Mercurious’, where the two first met.
Zantok and Jonno take on two unsuspecting match-ups in their latest in the ‘Smash or Dash’ series. First, it’s a couple of obscure first-party picks who go at it with F-Type and Savvy Stylist; then, it’s a main event featuring two massively popular “fourth-party” choices in Dragon Ball Z’s Goku vs. Spider-Man!
Jonno and Zantok are once again joined by their old friend Jake to partake in the creation of a moveset for Kirby’s own Adeleine – featuring Ribbon!
With the introduction of Min Min as DLC for Ultimate, we now know with 100% certainty that having a spirit in the base game does not hinder your chances at becoming playable. Jonno and Zantok discuss possibilities for future DLC now that this rule has been broken.
It’s an Assist Trophy Extravaganza of a different kind when Jonno and Zantok return to the Smash or Dash table to discuss the merits of two separate match-ups, all between characters that have already been represented as assist trophies. Takamaru & Saki and Midna & Krystal duke it out!
Jonno and Zantok are joined by the latter’s Select Start Gaming co-host, Wayofftrail, to craft a moveset for fan-favorite assassin, Ezio Auditore.
Jonno and Zantok are joined by their old friend, Flamezone, to answer the age-old question: “Is there too much Fire Emblem in Smash?”
It’s a third-party smorgasbord! Two giants of their respective realms – indie platformers and brutal brawlers – do battle to see who will be “Smashed” or “Dashed” in this ongoing Super Cast Bros. series.
Like so many others, I was swept up in blind, desperate optimism while blurring out the facts. COVID-19 is here, and its influence is vast. Take your pick of the likes of past pandemics and epidemics, and MERS, SARS, Ebola, and more are still deadlier than COVID-19, but deadliness should have never been the only quantifying factor in any of our minds. The key behind why we’re all cooped up in our homes at the time being seems more to be with the efficacy of transference than anything.
Jonathan Frahm (Jonno) and Lister Potter III (Zantok) take a look at Toon Link and get to task on de-cloning his moveset! Fun ensues with tie-ins to Wind Waker, Phantom Hourglass, Spirit Tracks, Minish Cap, and more.