With it's first ever release on the Nintendo 64 in 1999 Super Smash Bros. has became one of Nintendo's most consistently highest-selling franchises of the last decade but despite the popularity (and Nintendo's tendency to release sequel after sequel) this series has only appeared once on each home console starting of coarse with the 64, with so much time in between releases plus the ever growing rosters of characters fans cant help but wonder who will show up in the next installment, and I'm no exception so who do you think should show up in the next installment, and why?
Phoenix Wright Tingle Majora's Mask Link (Only logical way i see his transformations of Deku, Zora and Goron Link being Characters) Midna Animal Crossing boy/Girl or Tom Nook A pokeball that chooses a random pokemon out of all current pokemon to date
I'd like to see Garrus Vakarian show up and whoop some ass, but since he's Bioware, it'd be pretty expensive for Nintendo to license him. Or Wrex. Yeah... Wrex.. but then he would dominate. He would eat Pikachu and crap out a lightning bolt.
Instead of a random Pokeball, what about Ash, and his attack is to throw a Pokeball, which does a random attack. You could do massive damage, or you could simply have Jigglypuff come out and promptly fall asleep.
I think the Random Pokemon would be a great idea, though all Pokemon to date sounds a little to much, you'd almost need a separate disk just for that and the time it'd take to produce something like that would skyrocket immensely
What about: Professor Layton Phoenix Wright Ghirahim Tingle
Ridley... and Vaati. Especially Vaati. He'd be quite badass, being a great swordsman and a magician. He could have a move like triple D's, and be a combination of Link and Zelda in terms of other attacks. o:
I think Isaac from Golden Sun would be a good character, rather than as an assist trophy. Give him a set number of moves, but each of the color options for Isaac should have it's own set of options based on certain Djinn (keeping all colors equal, perhaps varying the dominant playing style).