Super Smash Bros.


Super Smash Bros.
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Super Smash Bros. Box Art.
Genre: Fighting/Action
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: HAL Laboratories
Platform: Nintendo 64
Rating: E -for Cartoon Violence & Comic Mischief
Number of Players: 1-4
Release Dates: Nintendo 64
Japan: January 21, 1999
North America: April 26, 1999
Australia: November 19, 1999
Europe: November 19, 2000

Virtual Console
Japan: January 20, 2009
North America:June 12, 2009
Europe: December 21, 2009

Pages Battlefield List (SSB)

Battle Modes
Battle Types (SSB)
Item List (SSB)
Miscellaneous Pages (SSB)
Target Test
Unlockables

Super Smash Bros.(Or Super Smash Brothers) is a video game developed by HAL Laboratory, Inc. It is a widely popular action and fighting video game on the Nintendo 64 console. It was released in North America on April 26th, 1999, and took the world by storm as it captured fan's attention. It would be later released on the Nintendo Wii's Virtual Console in 2009.

Super Smash Bros. was the first installment of one of Nintendo's most famous franchises as well. The game sold millions of copies world wide in the first few months of release globally. The Super Smash Bros. game includes a wide selection of fun, playable characters, playable battle stages and a number of unique items. Super Smash Bros. also allows multiplayer action, allowing the whole family to participate in a wide variety of entertainment.

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[edit] Features

Super Smash Bros. offers a wide variety of features that interest a large audience of gamers.

  • Many playable characters from different game series (including Mario, Yoshi, Zelda, Earthbound, Metroid, etc..).
  • Many playable battlefields from different game series (including Mario, Yoshi, Zelda, Earthbound, Starfox, etc...).
  • Many items, also revolving around different game series.
  • Up to 4 different people can play (not Wi-Fi compatible).
  • Several modes to play from.

[edit] Characters

Super Smash Bros. would have twelve characters to play from in the game. Four of these characters would need to be unlocked.

[edit] Starter Characters

[edit] Unlockable Characters

[edit] Non-Playable Characters

[edit] Stages

[edit] Unlockable Stage

[edit] Adventure stages

[edit] Non-Playable Stages

[edit] Game Modes

[edit] 1 Player Modes

[edit] Multiplayer Modes

[edit] Hardware Information

You will need the following minimally to play Super Smash Bros.:

  • Nintendo 64 Controller
  • Nintendo 64 System
  • Super Smash Bros. Game Packet

The following products are option for extra bonuses in the game:

  • 2-4 Nintendo 64 Controllers (For multiplayer purposes)
  • Code Breaker device (For advanced gameplay purposes)

[edit] Tournament Play

Main Article: Tournament Rules (SSB)

Super Smash Bros. never experienced a large competitive tournament seen until renewed interest after the popularity of Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. Brawl. While Super Smash Bros. cannot be played online on the Nintendo 64 or Nintendo Wii, it can be played through other means. Most Smash Bros. tournaments are paired up with Melee tournaments.

Standard tournament rules are different from those of Melee. Most common standard tournament rules are as follows:

  • Best 2 out of 3 (using 3 out of 5 or sometimes 4 out of 7 for finals)
  • Double Elimination
  • 5 stock
  • 10 minute time limit.
  • Items are turned off
  • Handicaps are off
  • The first match is selected randomly excluding Yoshi's Island, Sector Z, Planet Zebes, and Mushroom Kingdom.
  • Mushroom Kingdom, Sector Z, and Yoshi's Island are usually banned: Mushroom Kingdom for pipe spamming/edge camping, Yoshi's Island for cloud camping and projectile camping, and Sector Z for the size and the Arwing lasers. Planet Zebes is sometimes banned as well, for the acid.
  • The loser of each match picks the stage for the next match excluding the illegal stages listed above.
  • If Saffron City is selected on the first round and one of the players is using Ness, he or she may request a re-pick.
  • However, if the Ness player wins the match, his/her opponent may counterpick Saffron City.
  • The loser cannot choose a stage that was previously played. Because of the low amount of stages allowed in this game, this is sometimes weakened.
  • For the first match, characters are chosen double-blind - at the same time, so that neither player knows their opponent's character beforehand.
  • Players may re-pick characters after each match. However, the loser of each match gets to pick last.

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