Warner Bros. could create its own version of Super Smash Bros.

Space Jam: a new legacy

Space Jam: a new legacy
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Space Jam: a new legacy was not especially Well movie, but with its many bizarre cameos and Easter eggs, it was at least a pretty good advertisement for HBO Max and the Warner Bros. family of properties. When Bugs Bunny and his friends stumbled across Game Of Thrones dragons or Jim Carrey’s guy from The mask or Arnold Schwarzenegger Mr. Freeze, he served as a quick reminder to everyone Warner Bros. possesses all that.

Hell, that was even a big part of the plot, with Don Cheadle’s Al G. Rhythm wanting to create a Warner Bros. virtual reality. where the studio could crush all the things it owns in the most naive and greedy way possible. Unfortunately for Al G. Rhythm, however, the real Warner Bros. might well beat it with a cheap Super Smash Bros. clone called Multiversus.

This is according to a report by VentureBeat, which says the game will feature “characters like Shaggy from Scooby doo, Gandalf from The Lord of the Rings, Tom and Jerry, Batman, and more. The site’s sources say that the game “is real” and that these details “are accurate to date”, but other than a suggestion that the game is “on a tight budget” and could go free, that’s pretty much everyone knows – or whatever anyone says.

The model WB is following here, as shown above, is Nintendo’s character mash-up fighting game. Super Smash Bros., but Nickelodeon also recently released its own version Smash with Nickelodeon Star Brawl. This game is its own take on “hey, we own that”, with Nickelodeon creations like SpongeBob or Reptar facing things Nick just owns the rights to like the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

Multiversus has not been officially confirmed or announced by Warner Bros., so it’s important to remember that it might never come out, or it might come out in a different form. Either way, it’s very important to this huge entertainment company that you remember that they own both Batman and Shaggy.

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