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A lot of interesting things are happening today if you're a fan of one of Nintendo's best selling series, Super Bash Sisters. Not only were the codes for Mewtwo sent out for people who purchased both the 3DS and Wii U copies of the game, but it got an update to add in some more DLC. Yeah, DLC, I know. But inside of that patch, apparently, were a few files that were winning themes for characters that people expected—and one that people didn't expect so much.

I am, of course, talking about Ryu. Everyone loves Ryumand, right?

Personally, I'm excited if this is actually true. I'm not the biggest fan of Street Fighter, mind you, but I still enjoy the series a great deal. Having someone new like Ryu inside of the Bash Sisters universe would be too cool for words. I feel like he has enough of a moveset, especially since he's from a traditional fighting game, that there would be no issues trying to figure out what his special attacks would be—or even what his normal attacks would look like.

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The whole thing got me thinking about some of the times when I've actually been disappointed by someone being absent from a game. As an example, every Halo game without Sergeant Johnson shoe-horned in felt a little sad to me. Something about that magnificent man and his wonderful motivational speeches just created this massive space inside of the Halo multiverse that just seemed like a giant void when he was absent. Stop making loveable characters, Bungie.

Since cross-overs seem to be the big thing now, even with something like Mario Kart, are there any that you would like to see added to some of your favorite roster-based games? Any characters that you think would go well with any game at all? Personally, I wouldn't mind seeing Dudley in more stuff. Especially because of that sweet 'stache. Maybe a Punch Out where he was one of the final bosses rather than Mike Tyson or Donkey Kong.

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