The Smash 4 Championship Final Was Extremely Satisfying
December 7, 2017 - Super Smash Bros
The quarrel between Leonardo “MkLeo” Lopez Perez and Gonzalo “ZeRo” Barrios in a 2GG Championship final was some of a highest-level Smash 4 I’ve ever seen, with impossibly purify play and keen reads and adaptions. This weekend’s 2GG Championship was combined to be a capstone contest for a Super Smash Bros. For Wii U scene. It was a wise finish to have dual of a biggest titans strife in a grand finals.
After carrying a joint reset on him, Perez kick Barrios in a 3-1 finish.
Perez and Barrios have faced off so many times, and it was rewarding as a fan to watch them conflict in a high-stakes championship final. we strongly suggest that any Smash 4 fans watch a replay on 2GG’s Twitch channel.
The tinge was set early as Perez came out overhanging on his Meta Knight pick. A multi-character specialist, Perez brought Meta Knight to a ring for a championship, and it paid dividends in situations where his fury was high adequate to do some genuine repairs to Barrios’s Diddy.
Barrios blending over time, regulating his banana flay and some glorious edge play to force some wily situations on Perez. My favorite impulse of a series, though, was in diversion 4 of a second set, where Barrios incited a wily off-stage conditions into a batch kill.
But in a end, Perez recovered from near-death to put Barrios on a ledge, and he cumulative a initial 2GG pretension by promulgation Diddy Kong flying.
Barrios had several “coaches” in his dilemma who were players separated progressing in a tournament. But Perez knew that that wouldn’t be adequate to stop him: