Min Min became part of the already extensive SSBU roster in 2020 and quickly solidified herself as a zoner with plenty of firepower, mainly thanks to her flaming dragon arm! She is also one of four fighters from an original fighting game series, the others being Terry, Ken, and Ryu.Know more
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Min Min is part of a long-lasting line of Ramen Royalty called the Noodle House. Not only a magnificent cook Min Min is a brilliant fighter in the ring with her extendable arms and movement range. When the Invitation to join Smash landed in her world, she was the last remaining ARMS fighter to claim the letter of admission. The other fighters now support her in her fights in the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate world and come in to help with her final Smash.
She shares a rare gene with other ARMS fighters; thus, her arms developed into their iconic helix-shaped forms resembling cooked noodles. She joined the ARMS League Grand Prix to drive more customers to her family ramen restaurant where she works. Part of her equipment includes the Rambam, a medium-weight circular weapon, The Megawatt, a heavy ball of metal capable of electrocuting opponents and her most recognizable arm, the Dragon, allowing her to blast her opponents with a burst of flame.
The ARMS franchise, although a relatively small one, has gathered a loving community of competitors of their own. With events worldwide and an extensive library of guides for people to get into the game competitively. It is unclear if there will be a sequel to the title in the future, but if Splatoon is any indication, there right still some hope left to see a new entry in this unique Nintendo IP of the modern era.
Min Min came in at an unfortunate time for her competitive debut as most events were moving away from offline arenas and locals and into online in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. As a result, whether she is competitively viable is still a debate players regularly have. Many players believe her strengths almost always require her opponents to be in a mediocre connection where avoiding her attacks becomes harder to achieve.