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Rated 3 points - posted 8 years ago by silverx99 in category Games.
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Olimar Report Abuse
Goodness! Captain Olimar joins the fray with five colors of Pikmin in tow! He plucks Pikmin from the ground and they fight as his allies. Without Pikmin, Olimar can’t even do a Smash Attack. And the short-lived Pikmin tend to scatter. Theirs is a fated symbiotic relationship.
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Mario Report Abuse
Mario is a video game character and the star of the Mario series. He is Nintendo's most successful character; his games have sold over 200 million units worldwide. This, and other key factors, has led him to become the defining video game character and Nintendo's mascot.
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Link Report Abuse
Link is humble but brave, attributes consistent with his role as the rightful bearer of the Triforce of Courage. He is known as the "Hero of Time" in Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask and the "Hero of Winds" in The Wind Waker and Phantom Hourglass.Link is the chosen bearer of the Master Sword, a powerful magical sword which he wields. As a child, he challenges Ganondorf in order to protect Zelda before he inadvertently helps Ganondorf find the Triforce in Ocarina of Time, forcing Link to undo the damage he had caused. Link has several family members, including an uncle in A Link to the Past; an unseen mother in Ocarina of Time, who dies fleeing a war when Link is a baby; a grandmother, who raises him, and a sister, Aryll, in The Wind Waker; and a grandfather in The Minish Cap. He has a utilitarian relationship with Midna from Twilight Princess, though the two grow to become friends as time goes on. His mother and father appear as spirits in the official manga.
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Snake Report Abuse
The legendary mercenary makes his miraculous Smash debut! This law-breaking news roared around the world. He comes fully loaded with cool and showy weapons that only he could possess. Couple them with these different worlds, and it will clear a path to new horizons.
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Zelda/Sheik Report Abuse
Zelda is the name of a fictional character in The Legend of Zelda series of video games. The name has applied to every female member of Hyrule's royal family,[1] which includes several distinct characters in Hyrule legend.[2] Though she is the eponymous character, the player controls the main protagonist, Link. Zelda is usually kidnapped or imprisoned by Ganon, also known as Ganondorf. In some games, she appears as one of the sages. In Ocarina of Time and The Minish Cap, she displays other magical powers, such as energy blasts and force fields. In Ocarina of Time, Zelda disguises herself as a surviving member of the Sheikah clan under the name of Sheik . With voice muffled and face concealed, as well as wearing a form-fitting blue jumpsuit and black boots with the red Sheikah eye in the center, Sheik is unrecognizable as Zelda.Sheik plays the harp and teaches Link new songs to help him on his quest. When Link arrives at the Temple of Time near the end of the game, Sheik uses the Triforce of Wisdom and reverts to Zelda.
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King Dedede Report Abuse
The self-proclaimed king of Dream Land formally joins the brawl! Mechanizing his wooden mallet, he delivers a mighty, earth-shaking blow! He joins as a member of the heavyweight class alongside Bowser and Donkey Kong. Can he defeat Kirby?!
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Falco Report Abuse
Falco is a pilot from the Star Fox series. He’s a cool customer who likes doing things his own way. He has the best initial jump of all the characters, and he likes shooting his Blaster as he leaps about.
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Pit Report Abuse
The protagonist in Kid Icarus. Pit's Sacred Bow of Palutena is actually two blades combined. He can separate them or unite them at will for use in battle. The arrows Pit's bow unleashes shoot out like beams of light. Players can control the curves of their trajectories.
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Yoshi Report Abuse
Yoshi is one of the heroes of Mushroom World and an ally of Mario. He is a member of the Yoshi race and has aided his brethren in saving their homeland on multiple occasions. Yoshi has also saved other kingdoms from the villain Bowser as well. In his youth, Yoshi managed to rescue and protect Baby Mario and Baby Luigi from the wrath of Kamek and the Koopa Troop. According to Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars, Yoshi is the only one of his species who can speak the human language. However, in later games, he doesn't speak the human language (as shown in Mario Superstar Baseball and Mario Super Sluggers). This is contradicted once again, in Super Mario Galaxy 2, when Yoshi speaks in perfect English. Yoshi made his very first appearance in the Super Mario World level, Yoshi's Island 2.
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Toon Link Report Abuse
Toon Link is a playable character from Super Smash Bros. Brawl. His model is based off of Link's cel-shaded appearance in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. Toon Link appears to be a replacement for Young Link, a playable character from Super Smash Bros. Melee.
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Mr.Game & Watch Report Abuse
The Game & Watch series was made up of LCD games that began being sold in 1980 and proceeded to dominate handheld electronic games. Now, an iconic character from the LCD era is here! He’s the master of the 2-D world, and he has come to fight!!
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Ice Climbers Report Abuse
The one in blue is Popo. The one in pink is Nana. And the two of them get along great! ...I think. These two move as a pair, with Nana automatically following along. There’s safety in numbers—protect and be protected!
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Fox Report Abuse
Fox is just one of many so-called speed characters. His costume has been completely updated, so he’s full of fighting spirit. Run! Fly! Move boldly! For such moves are the essence of Fox!
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Lucas Report Abuse
The youth with the psychic powers has appeared—it’s Lucas! He makes his anticipated debut from the Japan-only release MOTHER 3. While he is timid in nature, he fights splendidly. Is it possible he can surpass even Ness?!
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Meta Knight Report Abuse
It's Meta Knight, whose introduction was delayed for some reason. He's Kirby's...rival? Despite being almost all head, his mask and cape exude coolness. He overwhelms enemies with his mach-speed sword!
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Ness Report Abuse
Despite being a hidden character, Ness pops up briefly in the opening movie. As this is Ness’s third appearance in a Smash game, I imagine he’s quite the veteran fighter at this point. Maybe he’s even used to this by now.
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Samus/Zero Suit Samus Report Abuse
Her name is Samus Aran. She joins us from the Metroid games. Look at her Power Suit shine! Her arm cannon is equipped with a variety of weapons. Mastering all of them is the first step toward victory. When Samus destroys her Power Suit, she’s left with the Zero Suit. What she’s lost in power and weaponry, she makes up for in speed! Once she turns that Paralyzer in her hand into a whip, she has quite a long reach as well! Not exactly the straightforward fight you thought it was, huh?
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Diddy Kong Report Abuse
Diddy Kong is Donkey Kong's buddy and companion who has gone on countless adventures with him. He is a creation of the British company, Rareware; however, he has a Nintendo logo on his hat, probably to signify the publisher of the DK series. The name 'Diddy' is a slang word used in some parts of northern England for 'small', as Diddy is. Diddy has also gone on many adventures by himself and has even starred in his own racing game for the N64 (and later, DS).
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Donkey Kong Report Abuse
Donkey Kong, also known as DK, is a powerful hero Kong from Donkey Kong Island. In fact, there have been two separate Donkey Kongs. The original Donkey Kong from the Donkey Kong arcade game eventually became Cranky Kong, while his son (Donkey Kong Jr.) or grandson became the current Donkey Kong.
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R.O.B Report Abuse
R.O.B. (Robotic Operating Buddy) is an accessory for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It was released in July 1985 in Japan as the Family Computer Robot (ファミリーコンピュータ ロボット?) and later that year in North America as R.O.B. It had a short product lifespan, with support for only two games which comprised the "Robot Series"; Gyromite and Stack-Up. R.O.B. was released with the intention of portraying the Nintendo Entertainment System as something novel in order to alleviate retail fears following the video game crash of 1983.[1][2] R.O.B. was available in the Deluxe Set, a configuration for the console that included, among other things, R.O.B. and Gyromite. Stack-Up was purchased separately and included its own physical game pieces.
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Wario Report Abuse
Wario was designed as another antagonist to Mario (besides Bowser), and first appeared in the 1992 Game Boy title Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins as the main antagonist and final boss. Since that time, Wario has developed into the protagonist and antihero of the Wario Land and WarioWare series, spanning handheld and home console markets, in addition to his numerous appearances in spin-offs in the Mario series.
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Dr.Mario Report Abuse
Dr. Mario is one of the more prominent alter egos of Mario. Rather than his traditional cap and overalls, he wears a lab coat, a head mirror on his brow, and a stethoscope around his neck. As Mario assumes the role of the doctor, Princess Peach assumes the role of the attentive nurse. He first appeared in Dr. Mario, and the Dr. Mario series has expanded to new consoles and handhelds by Nintendo.
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Ganondorf Report Abuse
Ganondorf known as the Great King of Evil or the Dark Lord, is the primary antagonist of a majority of the games in the Legend of Zelda series. Ganondorf was born a member of the Gerudo; as the only male member to be born in a 100 years, Ganondorf was given the title of King of the Gerudo. Gifted with powerful magic, Ganondorf sought the omniscient Triforce to grant his wish of conquering the entire world. After attaining the Triforce of Power, he staged several coups against the Royal Family of Hyrule to take the Hyrulean Throne by force.
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Bowser Report Abuse
Bowser is the Koopa King he is the antagonist in most Mario games. He is the most recognizable video game villain ever, having been in the original Super Mario Bros. and in most Mario games ever since. He frequently kidnaps Princess Peach in an attempt to rule the Mushroom Kingdom. He is the leader of the Koopas, and has eight children - Ludwig Von Koopa, Lemmy Koopa, Roy Koopa, Iggy Koopa, Wendy O. Koopa, Morton Koopa Jr, Larry Koopa, and Bowser Jr. In unusual circumstances, Bowser is known to help Mario if he must.
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Luigi Report Abuse
Luigi is Mario's younger but taller and thinner brother. He appears in most Mario games as Player 2's character, but has starred in Luigi's Mansion and Mario is Missing! as the main character. He has also appeared in the Mario Kart series, and the Mario Party series.
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Captain Falcon Report Abuse
He’s making his entrance a little late, but here he is—the famous F-Zero pilot, Captain Falcon! This time around, he’s bringing his pride and joy, the F-Zero machine called the Blue Falcon, to the brawl. This inclusion ought to boost his macho, tough-guy reputation significantly.
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marth Report Abuse
Marth’s a royal prince from the Fire Emblem series who also is featured in the opening cinematic for the game. He attacks with flowing blade work and special moves that enhance his offensive and defensive capabilities. You’ll want to play with Marth in a manner that befits his graceful style.
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Kirby Report Abuse
This is Kirby, Warp Star-riding citizen of Dream Land who can suck up anything. His copy abilities allow him to steal the powers of other characters! Yeah... He’s the only character who really hasn’t changed much from his appearance in Super Smash Bros. Melee. He’s round, pink, and soft.
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Sonic Report Abuse
The one whose Smash appearance has been most desired dashes in from far away at supersonic speed. Sonic the Hedgehog crashes headlong into battle!
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Pokemon Trainer Report Abuse
No way! The Pokémon Trainer has finally arrived. And it looks like he doesn’t do his fighting directly. Instead, he uses the three Pokémon with him—Squirtle, Ivysaur, and Charizard—to do the fighting for him.
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Ike Report Abuse
From Fire Emblem, Ike appears! The fact that he can wield a two-handed sword with a single hand is a testament to his magnificent strength. He brings his special move "Aether" with him as he crashes the Brawl party. Try for a single-stroke finishing blow with his mighty blade!
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Lucario Report Abuse
It’s the Aura Pokémon, Lucario. Lucario is a Pokémon, but for some reason, there’s something lonesome about it. Lucario’s inner power, called Aura, increases its power in proportion to the danger Lucario is in. Keep the fight lively with Lucario’s high-risk, high-reward fighting style!
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Pikachu Report Abuse
With perfectly round cheeks and a jagged tail, this can only be that most familiar of Pokémon, Pikachu! It may be small and agile, but its electricity gives it powerful attacks. It’s what you would call an all-around character.
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Roy Report Abuse
Roy is the main character of Fire Emblem: Fūin no Tsurugi.he was chosen as the next king of Pherae to lead the armies of Lycia in Eliwood's stead due to his suffering from an illness. Along the story, he gathers more and more soldiers, and eventually captures the capital of Bern by force.
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Peach Report Abuse
Princess Peach Toadstool is a character in the critically acclaimed Super Mario series. In the series, she usually portrays the princess in distress, and has been kidnapped by Bowser in almost every game. In the original game, she possessed a special power that would allow her to reverse the black magic of the Koopa clan, thus giving Bowser a reasonable answer to why he would kidnap the princess, as he was at the time using it to cast a spell on all of the Mushroom Kingdom's residents. Another reason could be, that the Koopa king got, like many others, a crush on the mushroom-princess, like he expressed in his diary.
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