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Posted on Friday, May 25 @ 15:51:22 PST by

The introduction of PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale immediately conjures the idea of a "Microsoft Ultimate Hero Bash" or something of that nature. The trouble, though, is that Microsoft hardly has the same catalogue of games as Nintendo and Sony.

The obvious choices are Master Chief, maybe Arbiter, from Halo and Marcus plus Dom from Gears of War (more characters from them, if necessary). Microsoft owns Rare too, so as awkward as it might be, they could introduce Banjo, Conker, or as a last resort, Kameo. They could also dig into Fable, the first Mass Effect (maybe), and their XBLA exclusives. I would actually like to see some characters from Lost Odyssey.

Who would you like to see in the what-if Microsoft Smash Bros.? (Emphasis on the bro...)
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