Last week, the Evolution Championship Series returned with a major announcement – the organization had been acquired through a joint acquisition agreement between Sony and RTS. Understandably, this raised many questions in the community – specifically what would happen to fighting games that do not appear on PlayStation consoles such as Super Smash Bros.Ultimate.
Of course, what happens when these questions are asked by the games themselves? Mighty Keef returns with a new comedy set that shows us exactly how this situation would play out ̵
The team with headliners for fighting game tournaments sits together to discuss the latest news about Sony’s acquisition. Street Fighter 5, Dragon Ball FighterZ, Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate, and even Guilty Gear Strive discuss the implications of Sony’s involvement in the event.
With dreams of big money and exposure in the air, all the main line-up games let your mind wander to the possibilities. Super Smash Bros.Ultimate, one of the event’s biggest titles before COVID, enters the room excited about the news.
Unfortunately, Smash Ultimate quickly receives a reality check from its other Evo games …
With Super Smash Bros. not available on a Sony console, Nintendo’s titan of a fighting game will lose the most from this acquisition. Hell, according to the other games in the room, Nintendo does not even treat Smash Bros. right … why should Sony?