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プリンス (Prince)
Prince SSC 2017.jpg
SSB64 main Yoshi
Other SSB64
Fox, Jigglypuff
Former sponsor(s) Panda
Skill Super Smash Bros. Top level
Ranking Super Smash Bros. 2021-2022 Smash 64 Power Rankings: 5th
Additional info
Location Japan Japan

Prince (プリンス) is a professional Super Smash Bros. 64 player from Japan and was once considered the best Yoshi player in the world for Smash 64 and is still considered a celebrity within the Japanese Smash 64 scene. He plays Fox as a secondary and also demonstrates a proficiency with the entire cast in his 12 character battles and his famous training mode Level combos video series. He is currently ranked 5th on the 2021-2022 Smash 64 Power Rankings. On July 19, 2019, Prince was signed by Panda.[1] He and Panda would part ways on July 16, 2021.[2]

Tournament history[edit]

Prince is one of the oldest active Smash players.[3] He previously mained Jigglypuff and competed in some of the earliest 64 tournaments, including Japan United Smash Festa Round-Robin 1, a round-robin tournament where he placed 8th out of 24 entrants.[4]

He along with Japanese players Wangera, bonobono, and Kurabba were funded to participate in Super Smash Con 2016's Smash 64 tournament. Prince also entered and won the event's "Combo Tournament", placing over top Smash 64 combo specialists such as Dext3r, Mariguas, tacos, and Alvin. He was personally listed by many Japanese players as someone they wanted to see once top player Fukurou could not attend, showing his continued status in the community.

He was able to place 9th at Super Smash Con, with victories over Clubbadubba, Zero and Alvin and losses in the Yoshi ditto against Wizzrobe and Mariguas. Prince won the Smash 64 combo contest a second year in a row at Super Smash Con 2017 and placed 9th again, winning his rematch with Mariguas, but losing to Fukurou and, like previous year, against Wizzrobe.

A year later he played his third Super Smash Con 2018 where he won the combo contest again and placed 9th again, losing to Zero and Dishier Wand in pools and sekirei and Isai after defeating Fireblaster and Robert.

Tournament placings[edit]

Super Smash Bros.[edit]

Tournament Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
Japan United Smash Festa Round-Robin 1 March 26th-28th, 2001 8th
Kanto 2006 2006 2nd
Kanto 2007 2007 2nd
Kansai 2011 March 19th, 2011 5th
Kanto 2011 August 28th, 2011 4th
Kansai 2012 March 17th, 2012 5th
Chuo University 2013 November 2nd, 2013 1st
Kansai 2014 March 1st, 2014 17th
Kanto 2014 August 23rd, 2014 33rd
Waseda Festival 2014 November 2nd, 2014 9th
Super Smash Con 2016 August 11th-14th, 2016 9th 5th Bonobono
Kansai 2017 March 19th, 2017 13th
Japan Smash Cup 2017 May 6th, 2017 9th
Kanto 2017 August 7th, 2017 33rd
Super Smash Con 2017 August 10th-13th, 2017 9th 7th tacos
Kanto 2018 May 5th, 2018 17th 9th ?
WeeklySmashParty 001 June 8th, 2018 5th
WeeklySmashParty 003 June 20th, 2018 1st
WeeklySmashParty 004 July 4th, 2018 3rd
WeeklySmashParty 005 July 18th, 2018 7th
WeeklySmashParty 006 August 5th, 2018 2nd
Super Smash Con 2018 August 9th-12th, 2018 9th 9th Take
WeeklySmashParty 007 August 17th, 2018 3rd
WeeklySmashParty 008 August 31st, 2018 4th
WeeklySmashParty 010 September 28th, 2018 2nd
WeeklySmashParty 011 October 5th, 2018 3rd
WeeklySmashParty 014 November 9th, 2018 4th
WeeklySmashParty 015 November 16th, 2018 2nd
Kanto Fall 2018 October 7th, 2018 9th
GameTyrant Expo 2018 November 2nd-4th, 2018 4th 2nd Shizuku
GENESIS 6 February 1st-3rd, 2019 3rd 1st kysk
Inka Fest 2019 July 13th-14th, 2019 7th 9th Shizuku
Super Smash Con 2019 August 8th-11th, 2019 9th 7th Wario
Kanto Fall 2019 September 22nd, 2019 7th
The Big House 9 October 4th-6th, 2019 2nd 3rd Combo_Blaze
Kansai 2020 February 23rd, 2020 7th
Super Smash Con 2022 August 11th-14th, 2022 5th 9th Take


  • Prince is notorious for using the word "penis" in several of his tweets, including naming several of his Yoshi combos the "Penis Combo"[5][6][7].

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