Super Smash Bros. for Wii U often toils in the shadow of its predecessor, the GameCube classic Melee. Yet in the backyard of the live music capitol of the world, surrounded by more established games, DreamHack Austin showcased a $US10,000 ($13,535) Smash 4 tournament that was electric to watch. It seemed a premonition of greater things to come for Smash 4, even as it continues to feel some growing pains.