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Super Smash Bros.
Game Profile
Description

They've raced go-karts. They've thrown a party. But can they beat the living daylights out of each other? You betcha! Super Smash Brothers lets all of your favorite Nintendo characters mix it up. Mario, Link, Donkey Kong and Pikachu are all there and ready to rumble. Choose single player mode and work your way through a cast of brawlers. Multi-player mode lets you and up to three other players fight and toss each other from the ring, or choose the Battle Royal and engage in a free-for-all beatdown.

Reviews

Review
Written by Jonathan Nicklas on 07/05/00
Jonathan goes toe to toe with the World of Nintendo in his review of Super Smash Bros.

Trivia

Trivia
Written by John Scalzo on 08/05/07
Super Smash Bros. (N64)


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INFO BOX
PLATFORM:
Nintendo 64
PUBLISHER:
Nintendo
DEVELOPER:
HAL Laboratory
GENRE: Fighting
PLAYERS:   1-4
RELEASE DATE:
August 27, 1999
ESRB RATING:
Everyone
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