Talk:Universal Controller Fix

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Not really sure that a mod that simply balances controller inputs is notable, especially if it's controversial in tournament. SerpentKing 13:38, May 4, 2019 (EDT)

It's been used at major tournaments as stated in the history. Also, the fact that it's somewhat controversial to the point where Reggie even acknowledged it makes me believe that it should stay on the wiki. SugarCookie 420 17:28, May 4, 2019 (EDT)
It's still used in many tournaments today and the controversy around it only serves to make it more notable. It should stay. Jaydyndm (talk) 20:58, May 8, 2019 (EDT)
UCF is by no means irrelevant in the Melee scene. Many major tournaments have used it and the use of it has been widely debated by many prominent members of the community. Some top players even refusing to downright play if the mod is enabled/disabled. Besides, it'd be counter-intuitive to talk about how a tournament has UCF enabled on it's article, then not have an article on the mod itself. Pokebub (talk) 22:31, May 8, 2019 (EDT)
It's gathered notoriety in the scene, was used in a few major tournaments, and even got Reggie's attention. I oppose deleting this article for these reasons. - EndGenuity (talk) 22:42, May 8, 2019 (EDT)
This is used in many major Melee tournament even at this moment, and was founded by a very notable Melee player to boot. It was acknowledged by many top players - even Reggie on a side note - in its inception due to the incredible way it fixes controllers, reducing the competition to find those rare good ones. It's a very important part of Smash Bros. history, and thus I oppose its deletion. Plague von Karma (talk) 13:52, June 5, 2019 (EDT)