9. PC Chris No. of years ranking in the Top 10 of RetroSSBMRank/SSBMRank: 4 (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009) No. of years ranking in the Top 5 of RetroSSBMRank/SSBMRank: 3 (2006, 2007, 2008) No. of years ranked as RetroSSBMRank/SSBMRank’s No. 1: 0 No. of titles: 4 (MLG New York Opener 2006, FC6, MLG Las Vegas 2006, […]Read more "UltimateSSBMRank No. 9: PC Chris"
10. Chu Dat No. of years ranking in the Top 10 of RetroSSBMRank/SSBMRank: 6 (2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2012) No. of years ranking in the Top 5 of RetroSSBMRank/SSBMRank: 4 (2004, 2005, 2006, 2007) No. of years ranked as RetroSSBMRank/SSBMRank’s No. 1: 0 No. of titles: 1 (Pound 2) If I told you […]Read more "UltimateSSBMRank No. 10: Chu Dat"
It’s been a while, but welcome back to Smash History! 2016 is almost over – and with it another year of tournaments, heartbreak, triumph and legacies being formed. With Thanksgiving coming up, we’re almost at the time of year for SSBMRank, when Melee It On Me counts down their Top 100 players of the year. […]Read more "UltimateSSBMRank: Honorable Mentions for Melee’s All-Time Top 10"
It’s the beginning of 2004 and Super Smash Bros. Melee is starting to show signs of life as a competitive game. In the two and a half of years that the game’s been alive, you’ve probably sworn among your friends that your Roy was unbeatable or that Sheik was an unfair character. But a quick […]Read more "Smash History: 2004 in Review"
By 2005, Super Smash Bros. Melee was one of the most popular competitive video games, along with Halo 2 and even Tekken 5. Rather than just being a game that your weird stepbrother played at house parties with all his friends, Melee had its own storylines, recognizable figureheads and potential for growth. Once a party […]Read more "Smash History: A Year in Review for 2005 (and our Top 10)"
With The Big House 6 starting this Friday, I wanted to do a quick write-up on the tournament’s history over the last five years. In case you missed my pieces on the series’ first three tournaments, you can check it out in a previous post from earlier this week. This time, I’ll be taking a […]Read more "A History of The Big House Pt. 2 (with brief predictions for 2016 at the end!)"
This weekend, Super Smash Bros. Melee fans will see arguably the most exciting major of the year. With almost all of Melee It On Me’s active Top 100 players from last year coming to this event, including a possibility of Leffen making his highly anticipated return to the United States, make no mistake: The Big […]Read more "A History of The Big House Pt. 1"