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This game was the first in the series, first released in January 1999 (Japan) and April 1999 (United States). The game contains 12 playable fighters: 8 are playable from the start, and 4 are unlockable. The game has 9 playable stages, with 1 being unlockable. It had Ness, the star of ''EarthBound'', as an unlockable character. Ness is unlocked by playing 1-player game on normal difficulty or higher, having 3 stocks or less, and completing it without using a continue. This game debuted on the [[Nintendo 64]] before being available on the [[Virtual Console]] part of the [[wikipedia:Wii|Wii]] shop channel.
 
This game was the first in the series, first released in January 1999 (Japan) and April 1999 (United States). The game contains 12 playable fighters: 8 are playable from the start, and 4 are unlockable. The game has 9 playable stages, with 1 being unlockable. It had Ness, the star of ''EarthBound'', as an unlockable character. Ness is unlocked by playing 1-player game on normal difficulty or higher, having 3 stocks or less, and completing it without using a continue. This game debuted on the [[Nintendo 64]] before being available on the [[Virtual Console]] part of the [[wikipedia:Wii|Wii]] shop channel.
  
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==Super Smash Bros. Brawl==
 
==Super Smash Bros. Brawl==
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In the third game in the series, released in January 2008 (Japan) and March 2008 (United States) after many delays. Players now can play as [[Lucas]], who is a character available from the start. Ness is again unlockable, as he was in the original ''Super Smash Bros.'' game. This game is available to be played on the Nintendo Wii. It also featured the return of the Onett stage, under the ''Melee'' games category, as well as the introduction of the [[New Pork City]] stage. Said stage also features the [[Ultimate Chimera]].
 
In the third game in the series, released in January 2008 (Japan) and March 2008 (United States) after many delays. Players now can play as [[Lucas]], who is a character available from the start. Ness is again unlockable, as he was in the original ''Super Smash Bros.'' game. This game is available to be played on the Nintendo Wii. It also featured the return of the Onett stage, under the ''Melee'' games category, as well as the introduction of the [[New Pork City]] stage. Said stage also features the [[Ultimate Chimera]].
  
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==Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U==
 
==Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U==
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Ness appears in both versions of Super Smash Bros. 4, as an unlockable character in the 3DS version, and as a starter character in the Wii U version. [[Magicant]] appears as a stage in the 3DS version, with its design based on the Magicant from ''[[EarthBound Beginnings]]'', while Onett from ''Melee'' returns in the Wii U version. [[Jeff]] and [[Starman]] appear as Assist Trophies, and Lucas from ''[[Mother 3]]'' has returned to this game as DLC on June 14, 2015.
 
Ness appears in both versions of Super Smash Bros. 4, as an unlockable character in the 3DS version, and as a starter character in the Wii U version. [[Magicant]] appears as a stage in the 3DS version, with its design based on the Magicant from ''[[EarthBound Beginnings]]'', while Onett from ''Melee'' returns in the Wii U version. [[Jeff]] and [[Starman]] appear as Assist Trophies, and Lucas from ''[[Mother 3]]'' has returned to this game as DLC on June 14, 2015.
 
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==Super Smash Bros. Ultimate==
 
==Super Smash Bros. Ultimate==
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[[Super Smash Bros. Ultimate]], released on December 7, 2018 for the Nintendo Switch, features [[Ness]] and [[Lucas]] as unlockable characters. [[Jeff]] and [[Starman]] return as trophies. The [[Ramblin' Evil Mushroom]] is a new item, with [[Mr. Saturn]] and the [[Franklin Badge]] reappearing. [[Onett]], [[New Pork City]] [[Fourside]] and [[Magicant]] also return as stages.
 
[[Super Smash Bros. Ultimate]], released on December 7, 2018 for the Nintendo Switch, features [[Ness]] and [[Lucas]] as unlockable characters. [[Jeff]] and [[Starman]] return as trophies. The [[Ramblin' Evil Mushroom]] is a new item, with [[Mr. Saturn]] and the [[Franklin Badge]] reappearing. [[Onett]], [[New Pork City]] [[Fourside]] and [[Magicant]] also return as stages.
 
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Logo for the Super Smash Bros. series

Super Smash Bros. (大乱闘スマッシュブラザーズ, Great Fray Smash Brothers) is a series of fighting video games in which Nintendo characters come together and battle each other. There are five games (six, if both versions of Super Smash Bros. 4 are considered seperate games) in the series: Super Smash Bros., Super Smash Bros. Melee, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. All games star Ness, the star from the EarthBound game itself, while Super Smash Bros. Brawl onward adds Lucas from Mother 3.

Super Smash Bros.

Main article: Super Smash Bros.
Boxart for Super Smash Bros.

This game was the first in the series, first released in January 1999 (Japan) and April 1999 (United States). The game contains 12 playable fighters: 8 are playable from the start, and 4 are unlockable. The game has 9 playable stages, with 1 being unlockable. It had Ness, the star of EarthBound, as an unlockable character. Ness is unlocked by playing 1-player game on normal difficulty or higher, having 3 stocks or less, and completing it without using a continue. This game debuted on the Nintendo 64 before being available on the Virtual Console part of the Wii shop channel.

Super Smash Bros. Melee

Main article: Super Smash Bros. Melee
Boxart for Super Smash Bros. Melee

This game was the second in the series, first released November, 2001 (Japan) and December, 2001 (United States). It showed the stages of Onett and Fourside, as well as the return of Ness, this time not being needed to be unlocked. This game was released on the Nintendo GameCube.

Super Smash Bros. Brawl

Main article: Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Boxart for Super Smash Bros. Brawl

In the third game in the series, released in January 2008 (Japan) and March 2008 (United States) after many delays. Players now can play as Lucas, who is a character available from the start. Ness is again unlockable, as he was in the original Super Smash Bros. game. This game is available to be played on the Nintendo Wii. It also featured the return of the Onett stage, under the Melee games category, as well as the introduction of the New Pork City stage. Said stage also features the Ultimate Chimera.

Subspace Emissary

The Subspace Emissary stars every playable character in the game, which includes Ness and Lucas. It also includes Porky as a boss, inside of a machine. Later, the three are seen in the Great Maze level.

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U

Main article: Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U
Boxart for Super Smash Bros. For 3DS
Boxart for Super Smash Bros. For Wii U

Ness appears in both versions of Super Smash Bros. 4, as an unlockable character in the 3DS version, and as a starter character in the Wii U version. Magicant appears as a stage in the 3DS version, with its design based on the Magicant from EarthBound Beginnings, while Onett from Melee returns in the Wii U version. Jeff and Starman appear as Assist Trophies, and Lucas from Mother 3 has returned to this game as DLC on June 14, 2015.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Main article: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Boxart for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, released on December 7, 2018 for the Nintendo Switch, features Ness and Lucas as unlockable characters. Jeff and Starman return as trophies. The Ramblin' Evil Mushroom is a new item, with Mr. Saturn and the Franklin Badge reappearing. Onett, New Pork City Fourside and Magicant also return as stages.

Trivia

  • Interestingly, every Super Smash Bros. game through Brawl can be played on the Wii, with the original being on Virtual Console, the second being a GameCube game, which can be played on earlier Wii models, and the third being released exclusively for the Wii.


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