It’s the least effective trade we’ve ever seen in a Super Smash Bros. match. Ultimate…

So the Super Smash Bros. community. Ultimate has been having issues with Steve for some time now, and we’ve got yet another clip that’s sure to get the blood boiling for anyone wanting bans or nerfs to the atypical Smash character.

This clip was posted by Steve’s user King Failbot and sees him take on perhaps the most determined Kazuya player we’ve ever seen.

Some characters have attacks or grabs that essentially capture their opposition so they can carry or move them around the stage. The first example of this was Donkey Kong in the original Smash Bros for Nintendo 64, which could simply grab opponents, carry them around and, given that the trade made sense, could even jump off the stage and cause the players to lose a stock. two characters.

Fast forward to modern times where a handful of other fighters can do something similar, one of which is Tekken guest star Kazuya Mishima.

Kazuya has an attack that sees him grab his enemy, transform into the winged devil Kazuya, and then slam him into the ground below. If this happens when the characters are offstage, they’ll both crumble to death…usually.

Thanks to Steve’s unique ability to manifest blocks that can act as both obstacles and platforms, Failbot is actually able to survive this suicidal strategy. Just watching him play is enough to make most of you frustrated, and we can only imagine how Kazuya felt after sacrificing an entire stock in vain.

That said, sometimes you just need to make your point, no matter the cost. He probably didn’t win the round, but this Kazuya player definitely earned our respect:

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