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The Internet Takes To Smash Ultimate Stage Builder Exactly As You'd Expect

The 3.0 update for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is now live and has brought new content to the game in the form of Joker from Persona 5along with balance changes and tweaks to individual characters.

One of the new additions to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is the return of the Stage Builder mode from previous games in the series. The Stage Builder mode is now more in-depth than ever in terms of features, but the most exciting aspect of its addition to the game is the ability to easily share stages online using the new Shared Content option.

The ability to easily share stages, costumes, and videos have caused the Internet to react in the exact way you might expect, which means that most of the stages are either based on memes or are attempts to slip explicit material onto a Nintendo platform.

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A common sight on the Stage Builder menu is an attempt to create the Poké Floats stage from Super Smash Bros. Melee, which is a notable absentee from the huge lineup of stages that are already in the game. The players who miss standing on a giant Squirtle's head can at least relive the memories using a false Poké Floats level from the Stage Builder.

Hank Hill has always been a common focus of Internet memes and a lot of fans have created Mii Fighters based on him. The fact that the Mii Brawler has a flaming kick makes it the common choice for a Hank Hill character, as it allows him to bring the propane.

The battle against Sans in Undertale is another common sight, with fans trying to recreate the bones flying across the screen. Sans himself is also a popular request for a DLC character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, but these stages might be the closest that the Undertale fans will get to see him in the game.

We're at a loss to describe what this one is about. It's often hard for players to work out what the stages actually mean.

Gee, it sure is boring in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate today.

The screaming face of Waluigi is another popular choice for stages in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, which is partly a protest against his absence from the roster.

This is what happens after Mario uses a P-Block.

The Internet lives in the shadow of two Voltorbs and a Diglett. It took roughly a nanosecond before pictures like this appeared in the Stage Builder mode.

Fans of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate are clearly having a lot of fun with the new Stage Builder. It's obvious that many are extremely creative, so we will probably see more fan-made stages surface in the near future.

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