Every time a new Smash Bros. comes out, people like to joke that Goku from Dragon Ball Z should, like, totally be in the game. I’ll do you one better: What if everyone could be Goku in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate?
Such a fantasy is now possible thanks to the fighting game’s recent addition of a custom stage builder. The tool allows for placement of traditional level elements, such as setting a stage or building platforms, but it also gives players some cool toys to mess around with. Portals, for example, allow fans to step into one area and immediately reappear in another locale.
Players are now building stages entirely around portals, which, if used correctly, allow for extended combos all around the stage. Anyone who gets caught in the chain can expect a world of hurt. It’s fun to watch — every battle looks like something straight out of Dragon Ball Z, with fighters blinking all around the arena. It’s also easy to appreciate these creations, because building them requires precise planning and placement. Behold:
ドラゴンボールファイターズはじめました。— あねぽよ↑↑@レックス窓主 (@Lasty_Ainsworth) April 20, 2019
I played DRAGONBALL FighterZ. pic.twitter.com/MFzPI9x5vn
ファルコン・映えンチ pic.twitter.com/1zkRqsFa0c— とらいじん (@tuoraijin) April 19, 2019
ファルコン・映ンチ pic.twitter.com/yvGykvF9aZ— とらいじん (@tuoraijin) April 21, 2019
I went in stage builder and I really like messing with the portals lol pic.twitter.com/FYi3Wm4G27— AMM (@AMM_OwO) April 19, 2019
Sick of these yet? Hope not!#ItemCombo #StageBuilder #Ganime pic.twitter.com/Gx8HbAXnT4— PKBeats (@Casual_PKBeats) April 22, 2019
This is what ACTUALLY happens when Joker does an all-out attack#ItemCombo #Joker #StageBuilder pic.twitter.com/KNmleTXOsK— PKBeats (@Casual_PKBeats) April 20, 2019
ベヨネッタでステージエディットコンボです直撮り失礼#SSBU_EditCombo pic.twitter.com/UaQvvoFXcI— Flowh_a (@Flowh_atoNew) April 23, 2019