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One cool fictional take on Sony doing a Smash Bros game

5:13 PM on 02.19.2008

All eyes are fixated on Nintendo's upcoming Smash Bros. Brawl, but that hasn't stopped Sony fans from at least dreaming about what "could be." After drawing the inspiration from IGN's top-ten wishlist for creating the ultimate Smash Bros inspired fighter, website GoingSony added a few picks of their own, including badass Devil May Cry frontman Dante, and some young upstart named Cloud. 

Best of all, member TheVariousGamer created the custom image above this post that you've been gawking at the whole time. With Marvel vs. Capcom a cult favorite, and Brawl with it's own legion of fans, we think the time is right for Sony to seriously think about doing something like this. Lord knows they have enough winning characters to fill the roster. Hmm...now what about those Xbox guys? Anyway, I'd love to see a few mock-ups of some in-game screens. Any takers?

[Thanks, Adam!]


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