Guile is looking pretty ridiculous in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and he's not even a playable character; rapid fire Flash Kicks incoming

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Posted by Dakota 'DarkHorse' Hills • November 13, 2018 at 8:22 a.m. PST

Fighting game representatives are now at an all time high for Super Smash Bros. after Street Fighter's Ken was announced as playable character for Ultimate alongside Assist Trophies like Akira from Virtua Fighter.

Ken's longtime world warrior compatriot, Guile, also made it into Smash Ultimate as an Assist Trophy, but he's looking perhaps even more dangerous in the crossover game than he has in any actual Street Fighter game.

KingFoe recently uploaded gameplay footage from the updated build of Smash Bros. where we can see that Guile actually has both of his signature Specials, Flash Kick and Sonic Boom, at his disposal. The real kicker is, however, that the all-American fighter does not need to charge those Specials whatsoever after he's been called to the field.

In the actual match, Guile uses Flash Kick a total of nine times and throws one Sonic Boom in rapid succession over a 12-second period before combing his hair and disappearing into the night. The attacks appear quite beefy too.

One of the few Flash Kick's that actually manages to land appears to send Ness from 51 all the way up to 78 percent damage in one shot, and the Earthbound hero's shield breaks after only a few hits from Guile and Link's sword.

Those who have fought against Guile in Street Fighter 2, 4 or 5 already know how difficult he can be to approach, and Super Smash Bros. is no different even if he is just an Assist Trophy. You can take a look at turbo Guile in the clip below from theSirToasty plus the full match after the jump.

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