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Super Smash Bros. (1999)

Nintendô ôru sutâ dairantô Sumasshu burazâzu (original title)
Mario and everybody's favorite Nintendo characters battle it out in a no holds bar tournament. It's to see who's the best Nintendo character.

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Charles Martinet ...
Mario / Luigi (voice) (as Charles Martinee)
Nobuyuki Hiyama ...
Link (voice)
Kazumi Totaka ...
Yoshi (voice)
Makiko Ômoto ...
Kirby / Ness (voice)
Shinobu Satouchi ...
Fox (voice)
Ikue Ôtani ...
Pikachu / Tosakinto / Starmie (voice)
Ryô Horikawa ...
Captain Falcon (voice)
Rachael Lillis ...
Jigglypuff / Chansey (voice)
Jeff Manning ...
Narrator / Master Hand (voice)
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Mario and everybody's favorite Nintendo characters battle it out in a no holds bar tournament. It's to see who's the best Nintendo character.

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It's a Bumpin', Bruisin', Brawlin' Bash! See more »


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E

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26 April 1999 (USA)  »

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Originally this game was going to be called "Dragon King: The Fighting Game" for the Nintendo 64, and didn't have any Nintendo characters at all. It was planned to have been a franchise just like what became of the Super Smash Bros. series. See more »

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Ness refers to his magic attacks as "PK" attacks. This is supposed to be "PSI." (The Earthbound games use the term PSI to refer to magic, though an early beta version of the game used PK, and this is probably what caused the error.) See more »

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Captain Falcon: Show me your moves!
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Crazy Credits

During the credits, the credits can be clicked on with the controller, telling what that person does or did in the making of this game. After the credits, the game displays a picture of your character in their environment or cute pictures such as Luigi holding a flag that reads "#1". See more »

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References Yoshi's Story (1997) See more »

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Arranged by Hirokazu Ando
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Something has gone wrong in the happy go lucky world of Nintendo
9 April 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In 1999 I remember this commercial that feature Mario, Yoshi, Donkey Kong, and Pikachu were walking in a field it was bright day outside they seem to be happy together as the song "So Happy Together" was playing in the background when suddenly the four begin to battle and the narrator said "Something has gone wrong in the happy go lucky world of Nintendo".

It is still one of my favorite video game commercials.

Super Smash Bros contains your favorite Nintendo Characters in a fighting game where you can get four of your friends and duke it out with power ups, weapons, poke-mon balls, fire ball flowers and much more.

The characters you get to play as are Captain Falcon from "F-Zero", Donkey Kong from "Donkey Kong", Fox McCloud from "Star Fox", Jigglypuff, and Pikachu "Pokemon", Samus from "Metroid", Mario and Luigi From "Super Mario Bros", Kirby from "Kirby", Link from "The Legend of Zelda" Ness from "Earthbound/Mother" and Yoshi from "Super Mario World".

You can take all of your favorites into battle. With power ups to fight with. With each character having a different fighting style and their own personal power this game is by far a masterpiece.

The Nintendo 64 has been known for it many games where the best way to play them is with your friends and family and Super Smash Bros is one of those games where the fun is when you have more people to play with.

The graphics are very impressive on the Nintendo 64 as each character is very well design like they were on their respect games fro the Nintendo 64 plus great level design which honors games like "Super Mario Bros" and "Star Fox". Music is very awesome with each level having it own special theme song. The controls work all very well done make it easy to pick up to play.

The game really shows on the game play with hours of game play fun you would be disappointed with the game because it superb game play is why the Nintendo 64 was a masterpiece.

I give Super Smash Bros an 10 out of 10


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