Super Smash Bros. (series)

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Super Smash Bros. (N64)

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Super Smash Bros. Melee (GCN)

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Super Smash Bros. Brawl (Wii)

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Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U

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Introduction to the series

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The Super Smash Bros. series was named after its first game, Super Smash Bros. for the N64. At heart, it's a fighting game, but has cartoonish physics and a party atmosphere, rendering it more like "Street Fighter meets Mario Party". The game series features an easy-to-understand control system for all characters' movesets, which makes it ideal for long-time fighting game fans, and for first-time players.


The character roster is filled with the very best of Nintendo's franchises, their A-list, with some third-party characters being introduced in the latest installement, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, for the Wii.

Playable characters

Fighter SSB Melee Brawl Series
Bowser No Yes Yes Mario
Captain Falcon Yes Yes Yes F-Zero
Diddy Kong No No Yes Donkey Kong
Donkey Kong Yes Yes Yes Donkey Kong / Mario
Dr. Mario No Yes No Mario
Falco No Yes Yes Star Fox
Fox Yes Yes Yes Star Fox
Ganondorf No Yes Yes The Legend of Zelda
Ice Climbers No Yes Yes Ice Climber
Ike No No Yes Fire Emblem
Jigglypuff Yes Yes Yes Pokémon
King Dedede No No Yes Kirby
Kirby Yes Yes Yes Kirby
Link Yes Yes Yes The Legend of Zelda
Lucario No No Yes Pokémon
Lucas No No Yes EarthBound (Mother)
Luigi Yes Yes Yes Mario
Mario Yes Yes Yes Mario
Marth No Yes Yes Fire Emblem
Meta Knight No No Yes Kirby
Mewtwo No Yes No Pokémon
Mr. Game & Watch No Yes Yes Game & Watch
Ness Yes Yes Yes EarthBound (Mother)
Olimar No No Yes Pikmin
Peach No Yes Yes Mario
Pichu No Yes No Pokémon
Pikachu Yes Yes Yes Pokémon
Pit No No Yes Kid Icarus
Pokémon Trainer No No Yes Pokémon
R.O.B. No No Yes Nintendo's Robot Series
Roy No Yes No Fire Emblem
Samus Yes Yes Yes Metroid
Sheik No Yes Yes The Legend of Zelda
Snake No No Yes Metal Gear
Sonic No No Yes Sonic the Hedgehog
Toon Link No No Yes The Legend of Zelda
Wario No No Yes Wario / Mario
Wolf No No Yes Star Fox
Yoshi Yes Yes Yes Yoshi / Mario
Young Link No Yes No The Legend of Zelda
Zelda No Yes Yes The Legend of Zelda
Zero Suit Samus No No Yes Metroid
Total 12 26 37

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Non-playable characters

The following characters are non-playable characters, unless using a cheat cartridge, that appear only in the various Single Player modes throughout the series, controlled by the computer. Most of the non-playable characters were created for use in the Super Smash Bros. series although some of them, such as Goombas, come from other game franchises.

See Also


  1. The Pokémon Trainer stays in the background while the player takes direct control of Squirtle, Ivysaur, or Charizard. The set is listed under the name "Pokémon Trainer". The player can choose which Pokémon to begin playing with and can switch between them during the battle.
  2. In Super Smash Bros. Melee, Zelda can transform into Sheik using her down-B attack. In Super Smash Bros. Brawl this can still be done, however she is also selectable within Zelda's character icon on the character select screen.
  3. In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Zero Suit Samus can either be selected before battle as an alternate form of Samus Aran or formed during battle when Samus' armor is destroyed, either manually or by her Final Smash.
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