Daniel “Tafokints” Lee analyzes the potential effects of what would happen if a ledge grab limit was applied to competitive Melee after Juan "Hungrybox" Debiedma stalled out the clock against Daniel "Chudat" Rodriguez at DreamHack Austin 2017.
Daniel “Tafokints” Lee pulls up a seat with Joey “Lucky” Aldama and the two discuss the team dynamics of FourLeafMang0, Lucky’s post-injury recovery, the changes coming to the Norwalk style, and craft beer.
It’s time for another character breakdown and this week Daniel “Tafokints” Lee is taking a look at Jeffrey “Axe” Williamson and his mastery of Pikachu.
Daniel “Tafokints” Lee talks with Kevin “PewPewU” Toy about his path and approach to professional Melee, the challenge of gaining his parents’ acceptance, teaming with Zachary "SFAT" Cordoni, and some of the things he loves to do outside of Smash.
Daniel "Chudat" Rodriguez explains his approach to high-level melee, retells the tale of the GS2 Melee crew battle, and reminisces about the first ever recorded “Chudat Pose.”
Phil "EE" Visu takes a poll and asks Smash 4 pros and personalities if they could adopt the Switch Pro Controller if a new smash port to the Nintendo Switch didn't support the legendary GameCube controller.
This weeks Melee Science goes out to the pot fillers. Daniel “Tafokints” Lee explains why the fate of Melee might actually rest in the hands of tournament observers. Every tournament needs willing entrants to put their pride on the line and even if you go 2-0 back to back on opening day you are still
Daniel “Tafokints” Lee sits down with Phoenix1’s James “Duck” Ma to talk about his performance so far in 2017, his mentality on improving, and his extra curricular pursuits… like Star Wars.
Phil “EE” Visu pulls together four commentators to chat about four different characters they would each like to see more of in competitive play. Brendan “Gunblade” Triano represents Ganondorf, Austin “Austy” Nolte puts in a word for Shulk, Daniel “DC” Coke sends a love letter to Lucina, while Terrence