Come sapete, in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate è ora disponibile Terry Bogard di SNK e insieme a questo ci sono anche delle apparizioni di Kyo Kusanagi e Iori Yagami e 50 nuovi brani musicali. Manca però Mai Shiranui, apparsa per la prima volta nel 1992 in Fatal Fury 2.
Durante la presentazione Masahiro Sakurai ha parlato dell’assenza di Mai, dicendo che “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate è per bravi ragazzi e ragazze di molte età diverse”. Ovviamente il web si è subito acceso in un grande vociare dei fan.
Nintendo claims Mai Shiranui isn’t in Smash because it’s for all ages. But I think we know the real reason: It makes Luigi uncomfortable. pic.twitter.com/QqU8jHeKnC— Brett Medlock (@brettnll) November 6, 2019
Sakurai: "We didn't include Mai Shiranui because this game is for good boys and girls of all ages"— The Sauce Locator (@SourceLocator) November 6, 2019
Seems like a strange reason to not include an iconic char- pic.twitter.com/gC0Jd6e7Yx
Sakurai: "We have decided not to include mai shiranui"— AceStar 🏳️🌈🌟 (@AceStarThe3rd) November 6, 2019
*Googles Mai Shiranui*
honestly the most depressing part about sakurai saying mai shiranui was too sexy for smash is seeing all the people go "I had no idea who that was and had to look her up" pic.twitter.com/4uves0BnhL— Royal Prism (@DocHobo) November 6, 2019
Sakurai explaining why Mai Shiranui isn't a cameo pic.twitter.com/F03W4pBBrC— Lily (@Totally_Jazzed) November 6, 2019
*Rumor of an SNK character coming to Smash*— No Jarion November 🥜 (@JarionXP) November 6, 2019
Nintendo fans: Mai Shiranui?!
Sakurai is afraid this would happen if Mai Shiranui appears in Smash pic.twitter.com/gmP30AfLtH— WPC Mahouko @ANYC (@Mahouko) November 6, 2019
>Mai Shiranui not being added because of tiddy— Mr. Pasquale (@TheMrPasquale) November 6, 2019
Sakurai is really just an ass man confirmed pic.twitter.com/BZ59Xg4dwS