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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate – Dark Pit amiibo Guide

Welcome to our Dark Pit amiibo guide! Dark Pit was pretty good in Super Smash Bros. 4. A bit underrepresented, sure, but he wound up in the tier list’s high rankings nonetheless! Dark Pit’s placement in the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate metagame is just about the same, too; perhaps this owes to how little he changed during the transition between games. If you’d like to learn even more about Dark Pit’s metagame history, feel free to check out his corresponding wiki page. By the way, here’s a quick heads up: our Pit and Dark Pit guides are completely identical, so you’re welcome to use them interchangeably.

Special thanks to Dempsey and LittleFang for contributing Dark Pit’s training information!

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate – Pit amiibo Guide

Pit was pretty good in Super Smash Bros. 4. A bit underrepresented, sure, but he wound up in the tier list’s high rankings nonetheless! Pit’s placement in the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate metagame is just about the same, too; perhaps this owes to how little he changed during the transition between games. If you’d like to learn even more about Pit’s metagame history, feel free to check out his corresponding wiki page. By the way, here’s a quick heads up: our Pit and Dark Pit guides are completely identical, so you’re welcome to use them interchangeably.

Special thanks to Dempsey and LittleFang for contributing Pit’s training information!

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OMORI – Guest Review

Editor’s note: this is a user-contributed review. Special thanks to Hazel Whitlock for writing this up! 

Characters in video games are just that, characters. Whenever I play an RPG, this always stays in my head, especially considering how even the most interesting characters will often just be flat personifications of a single personality trait or trope. However, OMORI was different for me. The events of the story felt like my own, and I had the feeling that I had known Kel, Aubrey, Hero, and Basil for my whole life. OMORI sucks you in, painting a disturbingly real picture of the ideal childhood that feels like one you remember, or at least one that you wish you had. It feels close to you and is executed in a way that only exponentiates the pain of having this ideal image ripped from you, and torn into a million shreds over and over and over. OMORI is a game that will send you through every emotion in the book in a few different ways, and it’ll certainly be an experience I never forget.

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Exion’s next official tournament starts on October 15th!

It’s been a while since Exion has hosted an official server-wide tournament, but it’s finally time! This new tour series is called The AMIIBO GOD Tournament, and every month or so we’re going to try to publish an interesting tournament for Exion readers to enter. There’s a prize inside, so if you want to read all of the rules and start competing, feel free to continue! Otherwise, you can skip ahead to the submission link right here.

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The Final “Mr. Sakurai Presents” Announcements – October 5, 2021

Today was the date of the last-ever “Mr. Sakurai Presents”, and in it, the last-ever DLC fighter for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate was revealed. This isn’t going to be a long post at all, but we also won’t be directly spoiling the nature of the reveals — so to those of you browsing the home page, don’t worry! Only click this article if you’re okay with being spoiled. The full video presentation can be found here if you’d like to watch it on your own time.

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