UPDATE: Happy End; Chris Taylor Gets to Play Smash Bros. Ultimate E3 Demo We did it! We came through! Our constant efforts worked!!

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EDIT: The featured image in question contains some foul language. We here at Joycon Gamers humbly apologize for that little oversight.

YES! You are reading this correctly, and no, your eyes are NOT deceiving you.
Chris Taylor has posted a twitter update about how/if our efforts worked.

If you still don’t know why we’re so elated right now, then I direct you to this prior article we did on this story: http://www.joycongamers.com/inspiring-many-decent-sized-profile-twitter-users-join-together-to-try-to-make-a-dying-fans-final-wish-a-reality/

I’ll let the header/preview image speak the results as to our efforts – basically, WE DID IT!

And here’s an image of proof, courtesy of Chris Taylor/Spookywoobler,  showing him and his friends play the E3 demo build of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

This is an exclusive picture posted by Chris himself to his Twitter account of him and a few friends playing the E3 demo.

Now, there are some interesting bits of knowledge from the man himself. First off, he had apparently received word of Nintendo preparing to bring the demo to him on tuesday, so it’d be here by around today. He couldn’t say anything because the E3 demo build of Smash Ultimate is very valuable and if word had gotten out about it by some “leaker,” then the E3 demo would’ve been in danger of either being stolen for profit, destroyed, or worse of all, datamined by hackers and having the ENTIRE roster and every mode and feature potentially spoiled as a result.

He did get to play the game with his brother, a friend named Benjamin (Who bears no resemblance to Black Mage Mavvy Benjamin or Itionoben Benjamin other than sharing the same name, by the way.) for 3 hours.

More pictures will be posted by him on twitter in the coming days.

We here at Joycon Gamers are proud to have joined the effort to make this remarkable feat happen.

I'm Bryan, the host of Bryan's Gaming News Channel on Youtube. I started gaming when I was around 5, and have tried, played, and LOVED almost every Nintendo system I had managed to get (Except the Virtual Boy). I joined this site to share my enthusiasm about Nintendo with other like-minded people. If you like my articles, then check out my Youtube channel, where I have made nearly 125 videos about the most recent (At the time of each video's upload) individual stories in the gaming industry.

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