Tetris Twitter Jokes on Possible Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Inclusion Following Minecraft Steve’s Reveal
The Tetris Twitter account jokes about the iconic blocks’ inclusion, which points out that such a reveal is still a very real possibility.
To say that the reaction to Minecraft Steve’s inclusion in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate garnered some extreme reactions on social media (most notably Twitter) is somehow still an understatement. And while there are plenty of people worried about what this inclusion may mean for possible fighters, the official Tetris Twitter account seems (jokingly) hopeful about the whole ordeal:
*sees Minecraft Steve added to Smash*
— Tetris (@Tetris_Official) October 1, 2020
While the tweet was made in jest, it’s still a hilarious idea to consider that technically the iconic Tetris blocks could be announced as the next Smash fighter. I mean at the very least it’s one of the few choices that would garner more controversy than Steve’s inclusion (and somehow look more hilariously out of place than him on the mural).
Minecraft Steve was revealed by Nintendo as the next fighter on October 1st. Steve comes from the world’s best selling game, Minecraft and will also be accompanied by a trio of alternative skins in the form of Alex, Zombie or Enderman. The aesthetic of Steve and company very much maintains that of Minecraft, rather than adapting to the look of Super Smash Bros. The characters appear to use a range of weapons and items familiar to the Minecraft series as well as being able to construct buildings to their advantage.
And for fun, check out our DualShockers reaction to the big announcement as it happened, as well as our afterthoughts. Our own video manager Mario Rivera was joined by one of our friends and Super Smash Bros. super fan Grant Callahan to watch the Steve reveal as it happened this morning. The two recorded themselves watching the video itself (which notably featured creator Masahiro Sakurai at its end) while also breaking down why Steve makes sense to be brought into Smash in the first place.
If you want a more in-depth analysis of what Steve’s inclusion means for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate moving forward, check out our editorial here.
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