Game appeared in: Chibi-Robo! Plug Into Adventure! (2006)
Character stance: First-partyINTRODUCITON
Now, on my Top 20 list of IP that are in need of a resurrection, I urked over Skip Ltd.’s games developed for Nintendo garnering bad sales! That is true! One reviewer said that Park Patrol, it’s Japan-only 3rd installment, and the Wii remake of the original didn’t sell so well! That’s sad, and that makes me a sad panda! I don’t want to lament back to my #CENSORED
of my Top 20 IPs needed revival, I want to talk about Chibi-Robo being in Sm4sh as DLC! And this helps too in the case of the upcoming Zip-Lash! That would be great promotion! And we already know of one other character that would be promotion, but at many people claim is for the other reason, but we’ll just move on.SPECIALS
Now, many people already know what Chibi-Robo’s specials are going to be, because the sad truth is: there are those that played Super Smash Flash 2, a game I mentioned in the beginning of this list AND my rant on how difficult this list was to make! But, to share SSF2‘s open-minded ideals, let’s look at them anyways.
First off, his standard B being the Chibi-Blaster. I actually know that it would be his standard B from the start, and that’s from Photo Finder being the first Chibi-Robo game I ever played. The info from his SSF2 Wiki article says: “Tapping the special button will shoot a single shot while holding it will shoot multiple projectiles. The blaster can be titled up, when grounded, and tilted down, when airborne.” Please note that desctiption from there has typos I have to fix, and they should too.
His side-B would be the Toothbrush. Oh, what’s his Side-B going to do? Clean his opponent’s teeth to death? No, and that’s just a massive joke, and if you don’t like it, keep your comments to yourself! In the Chibi-Robo games, it’s used to scrub off any area of dirt or substance on the ground, so you can say that the joke should have been more of him ‘scrubbing his opponents to death’, so I apologize for that. And in the description, holding the button and the left or right directional pad can make him move infinitely.
His Up-B’s the Chibi-Copter. Yeah, you already know how it works as a recovery move, nothing to see here. move along.
And his down-B’s going to anger the Animal Crossing Villager: Pick-Up. Like Villager’s standard-B, Chibi-Robo’s down-B can grab anyone’s projectiles and throw it back at them. Since it functions like Villager’s standard-B, I think there’s nothing to say about it further.FINAL SMASH
Okay, it’s time to be reasonable and fair, and say this: I never played the original game, so I have no knowledge about Giga-Robo. But, that doesn’t mean that I should not pass up talking about Chibi-Robo’s Final Smash. As the description of his Final Smash says: Chibi-Robo calls forth Giga-Robo, a gigantic robot that looks like Chibi-Robo, who stays in one place as it continuously stomps the ground with its enormous legs. Any opponent near the proximity of its legs get buried in the ground as they are constantly stepped on by the huge robot. The stomps' shockwaves also make any airborne opponent to get meteor smashed.” So yeah, the Giga-Robo Final Smash fits, being that it’s gargantuan compared to Chibi-Robo in the original.WHY THIS CHARACTER?
Well, because everyone I saw wants him, and who can blame him? I mean, it’s not just Smash Flash 2, so I’m going to take a guess that he was imagined as a Smash Bros. character before I saw how he plays in Smash Flash 2. Also, he and one other character would ultimately leave their craters in the Smash Bros. universe! And with that, that’s about it on Chibi-Robo. I... got nothing. *shrugs*
So, with that, that’s #12. Leave a comment below about your agreement on Chibi-Robo! And, of course, you still have until October 3rd to vote.