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The voices of the characters in the game come from a variety of different sources. Mario's voice [along with Dr. Mario's and oddly, Luigi's] come from "Super Mario 64" (1996). Link's and Young Link's voices come from "The Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time" (1998). Yoshi's voice comes from "Yoshi's Story" (1998). The voices of Fox, Samus, Kirby, Pikachu, Captain Falcoln, Jigglypuff, Ness, and Donkey Kong all come from the original "Super Smash Bros." (1999). The voices recorded specifically for this game were those of Peach, Zelda/Sheik, Ice Climbers, Bowser, Marth, Roy, Pichu, Mewtwo, Ganondorf, and Mr. Game & Watch. See more
The intro movie shows Samus using a Missile against Ridely. Since the Samus's portion of the intro is based on Super Metroid, she wouldn't have Missiles at that point in the game. See more
You are able to shoot the credits in the same way as an on-rails space shooter, like "Star Fox". Each name, item, or company in the credits is worth one point, and the game tallies up your points at the end of the credits when the copyrights are shown. See more
References Marathon Man
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