As the game continues, we meet characters and new bosses to defeat.
Did You Know?
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 trophies claim Meta Knight from the Kirby series made his first appearance in Kirby Super Star, when he actually debuted in Kirby's Adventure. See more
Behind you, Fox! Stay alert!
Just don't give up! Trust your senses.
Come on, Fox!
The music played over the end credits corresponds to the character you have beaten the game with, usually the theme of their home stage. See more
References Mario & Wario
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