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Alas, The World's Best Smash Bros. For Wii U Player Is Retiring

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Good.  As strange as it sounds, Zero was so good at the game that he was overcentralizing the competitive scene around beating him or emulating him, and he effectively functioned as a gatekeeper to a lot of players trying to climb.  His sudden absence will create a massive vacuum of talent that needs to be filled, and a lot of the top players are going to become a lot hungrier now that this throne is empty.

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This will just make things a lot more interesting, players that were lukewarm last year will probably be on fire this year.

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