One group of fans, though, recently tweeted Masahiro Sakurai a drawing and letter thanking him for adding King K. Rool to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and for being a game director who listens. A separate note thanked Nintendo and Rare for bringing the character to life and signed off with a "few" signatures:
It's a nice gesture considering Sakurai has devoted much of his time to the Super Smash Bros. series over the years.
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