Masahiro Sakurai, the creator of the Super Smash Bro. series, will likely not make another Smash Bro game, which doesn’t bold well for the series. This is a shocking revelation considering the commercial success of both the Nintendo 3Ds and Wii U versions. Sakurai, who has been involved in every Smash Bros since the original N64 title, says he went into Melee and Brawl thinking each game would be the last. With Smash Bros Wii U packing so much content, topping it would be a massive investment that he believes Nintendo will not be able to undertake. "I can't positively declare there won't be [another Smash Bros. game]," Sakurai told Game Informer in an interview. "With both Melee and Brawl, I made those games with the thought that there wouldn't be any more sequels. Thus, I really can't deny the chance for another.” So while another Smash Bros game is not completely out of the question, he will likely not be involved with another one. "You could say that all the effort in the past to stretch out, keep pushing myself, and provide all these extra merits wound up tightening the noose around my neck in the future,” he explained. ALSO READ: Super Smash Bros. Becomes Most Pre-Ordered Wii U Game Ever We understand, Sakurai -- doing Super Smash Bros the justice it deserve will be too much pressure for any self-respecting video game developer, and there is no need to give fans a game that doesn't live up to your high standards. Even so, a future without a new Super Smash Bros game is a scary prospect. Do you see yourself playing the Wii U version forever?