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Reviewed by Klawkat It was the most interesting fighter game I have ever played. Besides the part of the Nintendo icons that are fighting in this game, (Mario, DK, Link, Samus, Yoshi, Kirby, Fox McCloud, Pikachu, Jigglypuff, Captain Falcon, Ness and Luigi) Smash Bros. introduce 2 new things to the fighting world. One of the new things of smash brothers is the battlefield. The Super Smash Brothers arena is designed different than most other arenas. You see, their are pit falls, which makes the objective different. Instead of plain as day draining of your opponents life to win, you have to knock them over the edge. This does not make it a simple slap fight. The opponents life bar are replaced by percentage. The more hit you take, the higher the percentage will go up. heres how in works. If your opponent has a low percentage, they will get back on their feet quickly, but if there percentage is really high, they'll be flying to the abbes. Another new thing about Super Smash Brothers is the four player mode and this is not no tag team wrestling matching you see on TV, up to four people can go duke in out in their own fashion.

Graphics 4 out of 5

Let me put it bluntly, the graphics are good, fairly descent, but could use work. People may complain that the game is not full out 3-D, but I like a good 2 1/2-D game when i see it. But the explosions need work. Of the Nintendo icons however, if you look at the framework of Link, you'll notice that it looks exactly like Link from Zelda 64. Pikachu, Kirby and the rest don't look Half-bad themselves. Also, this is the Third Nintendo 64 game that shows Adult Yoshi (others are Mario 64 and Mario Kart 64... maybe,) everything else, like arenas, weapons (I still don't get why they have a paper fan) and even the intro is cool. But IT needs better looking explosions.

Music and Sound 5 out of 5

I enjoy good video game music now and then, but the Super Smash Brothers music sure brings back memories. Like the Zelda music in Link's arena makes you think why did Nintendo leave out that song in Zelda 64. All the background music (except for Fox) has a tune to hum by. Fox's just seems not to work as a fighting game background music. The voices are cool, too. You see, it has everything from Mario's innonying voice, to Pikachu's "pika-chu", to the Yoshi's voice in Yoshi story to fit an adult Yoshi? Well, maybe, not everything works out the way it should, but it works out.

Game Challenge 4 out of 5

The 1 player mode is by far, the most intrusting 1 player mode ever. you just don't other icons. Some fights are altered, so you'll fight multiple Yoshis (more than you can count) Metal Mario, and even Donkey Kong with the size to make King Kong jealous (figure of speech). But it is not that challenging, if you are a die-hard fighting fan. But it works if you don't have any friends. If you do however, the multiplayer mode can be more challenging, if you have friends that don't give you a chance, which is not an excuse cause the moves are so easy to preform, a plus on my part. each characters have similar moves to make it easy to switch to unfamiliar icons. Three buttons are used which are: punch, special and jump. and R button is used, but i forget for what. simple button combo like Left + B, Up + b and other combos can preform stuff that can turn the battle around.

Game Play-Fun 5 out of 5

To be dull, it is just plain fun. each character is different in battle. like Jigglypuff sleep attacks, to Kirby swallow and mimic move, (You can say that Kirby is the Shang Tsung of Super Smash Brothers) lets just hope you have three friends to play with you. As DK might say, "It more fun that a barrel of monkeys." In case your interested, I like Pikachu and DK, but you can find your own favorites.

Overall 97 out of 100

In short, Smash Brothers kick Royal Canadian Boot-tay. The game is one darn mother-loving game have to play. In other words, the game has original game play, all the Nintendo greats, and is better on your controller than Mario Party. If you Goldeneye fans want to try something new, go for Super Smash Brother. It's fun, it's easy to learn, tough to master, and they have motion mines, if your interested.

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