The roster for Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl is growing once again, as GameMill Entertainment revealed three new characters coming to the game. These three fighters are from My Life as a Teenage Robot, Rocko’s Modern Life, and Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius.
The trio will come packaged inside of the Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl Universe Pack, which is an $11.99 bundle that acts as a DLC pass for the new characters. The first character in the pack is Jenny “XJ-9” Wakeman, from the animated television series My Life as a Teenage Robot, and she’s out now as a part of the aforementioned pack or separately for $4.99. The fighter also comes with a new stage based on the television series, which has players brawling on an aircraft piloted by Dr. Noreen Wakeman. Jenny joined the game’s roster alongside a big balance patch that tweaks a few general mechanics, some specific characters, and fixes a handful of bugs.
GameMill Entertainment also a released a complete breakdown of the teenage robot’s fighting style and move set, which you can watch below:
GameMill also announced that two other characters — Hugh Neutron from The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius and Rocko from Rocko’s Modern Life — would be arriving in the game via the All-Star Brawl Universe Pack sometime in the summer and fall, respectively.
Jenny’s inclusion follows up Shredder from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise and being added into the game in February 2022, which also came after Garfield joining the fight a few months earlier in December 2021. This new pack may not have brought the game its first DLC characters, but it has brought the game its first premium DLC fighters, as Garfield and Shredder were both free. Regardless, with Jenny being added into the game, there are now 23 total playable characters, with a total of 25 planned once the next two are added later this year.
Rocko’s inclusion is not that much of a surprise, given he was part of a datamine that happened last year. However, said datamine also had other characters that haven’t yet made it into the game (like Avatar: The Last Airbender‘s Prince Zuko, Rugrats‘ Tommy Pickles, and SpongeBob SquarePants’ Mr. Krabs, to name a few), and one that has (Shredder), and also didn’t list Jenny or Hugh. But this does track, as Ludosity’s Thaddeus Crews said on the title’s Discord server the datamined information was in the game just in case those characters did make it in and are not the “be-all-end-all confirmations of what can and cannot happen.”
The game’s future beyond characters is unclear, but Fair Play Labs did state that cross-play was coming (which has seemingly been delayed) and teased that voice acting was in the works.