The Bomberman series has been around for over 20 years. The cheerful main character has often appeared on Nintendo consoles. (In fact, his latest game, Super Bomberman R, was a Nintendo Switch launch title.) He's even been the star of an anime. It's shocking that he hasn't been in Super
Smash Bros., not even as an Assist Trophy.
Bomberman has one of the most iconic designs in gaming. His classic bomb-throwing gameplay would have made for an interesting move set in Smash. Can you picture Link's bombs, but as the primary way of attacking? Bomberman is no stranger to fighting games either, having appeared in the Japanese exclusive game, DreamMix World Fighters. The little guy should have made an appearance in the latest Super Smash Bros.