Andrew Rockett

Yesterday, the infamous Grinch Leak for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate turned one year old. The leak relied on blurry, faked artwork and got its name from the background appearance of apparently never-before-seen promotional renders from November 2018’s The Grinch. For those who can’t quite remember, a doctored version of the “Everyone is here” banner sent everyone into a frenzy by inserting eight unannounced characters. With just the right combination of longheld fan requests and off-the-wall newcomers, the Smash community and the internet at large were engulfed in tumultuous debate over the leak’s legitimacy. Those in favor of the Grinch believed in their […]

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