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I had been about when the Brawl dojo was a thing
« on: May 18, 2021, 09:12:08 AM »


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I had been about when the Brawl dojo was a thing and recall a great deal of the parting from Brawl's hayday. The biggest turnaround for me has always been Subspace, it had been broadly despised back in the day but today it seems hot. I suppose people who were kids playing Brawl have now grown up and are looking back at it lovingly.

People are always the exact same but the context changes. Back then, we didn't have the background of nintendo and nintendo universes clashing because we do today. Back then folks will observe both entirely different genres and be reluctant about cross overs. Of course we view it as cheap Animal Crossing Bells absurd now but maybe back then we'd see it with care.