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Sakurai: Don't expect more characters for next Smash Bros

Now that development of Kid Icarus: Uprising has come to a close Mashiro Sakurai's focus has shifted back toward the next title in the Super Smash Bros series. For fans of Nintendo's fighting game franchise that's excellent news, but the creative mind behind Kirby had something a bit more disappointing to reveal in a recent interview with Nintendo Power. It sounds like that ever expanding roster might have reached a glass ceiling with Brawl.
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