I thought we could rap about this now!
I started playing Shin Megami Tensei II the other other day, and I have to admit I'm thoroughly enjoying it. That's something I might talk about someday in one of my featured game articles though. I was just thinking about it earlier and thinking 'oh man, it would be so badass if Aleph were in there.' I mean, the kid had a gun and a sword, AND he can summon demons. There's no end to how creative you could get with his moveset. Plus, I would absolutely love running around as one of Kazuma Kaneko's weird, porcelain-skinned, black-upper lipped characters in Smash. This one's pretty outlandish though, and I don't actually expect him to be in there.
2. Paula Polestar
This to me is a no-brainer and I do NOT know why Nintendo hasn't put her in yet. It would satisfy my want for more girl characters and, c'mon. Paula is freakin' awesome.
3. Mike Jones
This one might not be AS unlikely as you might think I mean, they brought Pit and Megaman in, and Mike Jones is in that same vein of awesomeness. So, there's a possibility. Anyway, definitely play Startropics, because it's awesome, and Mike Jones is a great, charming little pixel.
I don't know how likely this one is but holy shit would I love it. Micaiah is a character I've loved since Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn came out seven years ago on the wii. I could go into just how much I love this character, but I'll just say you could do amazing things with her in Smash. Light magic is beautiful, and it'd be neat to have a projectile mage character in the game. Plus, more girl characters.
5.) Lloyd Irving
I'm not sure I need to go into this one, but I'm pretty sure this is the dream of anyone who's played Symphonia. You don't get much cooler than Llloyd Irving. It probably won't happen though. XD
6.) Alex Roivas
This would supply a mature aspect that a lot of people think Nintendo needs, and it would supply the girl aspect that I need. Alex Roivas, like Micaiah, is one of those rare amazing lady video-game characters that's more than just a piece of ass (pardon my language) or a trophy. Alex Roivas can have a magic sword or a gun in her own game, so there's a lot you can do with her, too.
This is another no-brainer, and I'm ALMOST certain Isaac will be in the game, but we'll see.
So I picked up Kid Icarus: Uprising a while ago and I fell completely in love with it. It is a ridiculously fun little game. All the characters have a lot of personality, and my favorite, besides Pit, was Palutena. I like how she helped Pit throughout the game and she is so sassy and funny, I just loved her to death.
This might actually be the character I secretly want in there the most, and also the most unlikely character to be in there. Well, besides Aleph, anyways. XD I could profess my undying love for Baten Kaitos, and how much it captured my heart, but... you really need to play the game to understand why it's so great.
10.) Saki Amamiya
This one is a bit likely. Saki Amamiya was actually an assist trophy in the last Smash, so I won't count him out just yet. If you saw my featured game journal for Sin and Punishment, you know how much I liked it. But this would also be good because it has that mature element again and Nintendo needs a little more Sci-fi in Smash.