Super Smash Bros. Brawl, the last entry for the series, featured a campaign called The Subspace Emissary. It was basically a crack fic on steroids, throwing the varied roster into a single narrative. The story wasn't exactly high art, but it was a decent enough excuse to create insane team ups of classic characters (and the Ice Climbers), both in gameplay and cutscene form. If you enjoyed those cutscenes, well, too bad. They're not coming back because of... uh, the internet. GameInformer More like Super Smash Bros. Bawl. Nintendo's relationship with the internet isn't exactly stellar (cough cough), and here is yet another bump in the road. It seems absolutely silly to remove cutscenes, of all things, just because they end up on the internet. I mean, everything ends up on the internet. You wouldn't remove the game's score just because people might listen to it "out of context" online, right? Right? ...You know, I'm going to stop talking before I give them any more ideas.