Super Smash Bros. And Grand Theft Auto Collide In This Epic Mod (VIDEO)
The Super Smash Bros. series being the popular paragon of the fighting genre that it is, it’s no surprise that modders have felt the desire to bring a bit of the crossover fun elsewhere. It appears that not even the chaotic open world of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is exempt, as a myriad of Nintendo fighters have seen their entry into the Rockstar title.
Via the mod seen below, the likes of Mario, Captain Falcon, and even Little Mac are unleashed in the world of GTA, allowing PC players to engage in the game’s familiar gun-blazing and carjacking with Big N’s wholesome roster of characters. Each of the ten included characters (no Waluigi, unfortunately) use their likeness from Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, utilizing over 100+ varied skins featured in the game. Check out the mod in action below.
The image of Toon Link going on a bullet-laden rampage is likely a sight to behold (if not a little bit childhood-ruining), but those interested in the mod can check it out themselves from the link posted in the video’s description. The mod’s maker dubbed “thegameskinner” has made a number of different characters available in GTA: San Andreas, including notable faces such as Spider-Man, Disney’s Tarzan, and Yugi Moto from Yu-Gi-Oh.
Creativity and the Super Smash Bros. series is a relationship that seemingly goes hand-in-hand, especially these days following the latest release for Nintendo Switch. Recently, fans have shown appreciation for the fighting franchise with an artistic Persona crossover, a meme-worthy Star Wars recreation, and an interesting bout of stat modding.
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