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Super Smash Bros. Melee 3D
Developer(s) Nintendo, Sora Ltd., Atacon Gaming Division
Publisher(s) Nintendo, The Pokémon Company, Sora Ltd.
Platform(s) Nintendo 3DS, New Nintendo 3DS

Super Smash Bros. Melee 3D is a remake of the Nintendo Gamecube title of the same name, exclusively on New Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo 3DS. It is the 2nd installment in the series of Smash Bros. remakes, and the 7th installment in the series overall. All fighters from the previous remake return, as well as original Melee fighters, and cut fighters.

Along with Super Smash Bros. Brawl HD, it will release sometime in 2016.

Playable Characters

Once again, most cut characters (in addition to the already existing fighters from the previous remake and the original Melee) make the final roster. There are a total of 36 playable characters (37 if Sheik is counted as a separate character)

Veterans

Mario

Yoshi

Luigi

Donkey Kong

Princess Peach

Bowser

Link

Samus Aran

Fox McCloud

Pikachu

Jigglypuff

Mewtwo

Meowth

Ness

Captain Falcon

Pit

Kirby

King Dedede

Newcomers

Zelda/Sheik

Dr. Mario

Young Link

Pichu

Falco Lomberadi

Marth

Roy

Ice Climbers

Mr. Game & Watch

Ganondorf

Excitebike (Added Character, Smash Bros. Debut)

Takumaru (Added Character, Smash Bros. Debut)

Baloon Fighter (Added Character, Smash Bros. Debut)

Banjo & Kazooie (Added Character, Smash Bros. Debut)

Sonic the Hedgehog (Added Character)

Solid Snake (Added Character)

Lucas (Added CHaracter)

Wario (Added Character)

Stages

Like the playable roster, many planned stages are also in the remake. There is a total of 31 playable stages.

SUPER SMASH BROS. MELEE: BATTLEFIELD

SUPER SMASH BROS. MELEE: FINAL DESTINATION

SUPER MARIO BROS: MUSHROOM KINGDOM

SUPER MARIO 64: PEACH'S CASTLE

SUPER MARIO 64: RAINBOW CRUISE

SUPER MARIO WORLD: YOSHI'S ISLAND

YOSHI'S STORY: YOSHI'S STORY

DONKEY KONG COUNTRY: KONGO JUNGLE

DONKEY KONG COUNTRY: JUNGLE JAPES

THE LEGEND OF ZELDA MAJORA'S MASK: GREAT BAY

THE LEGEND OF ZELDA LINK'S AWAKENING: TEMPLE

SUPER METROID: BRINSTAR

KIRBY'S ADVENTURE: THE FOUNTAIN OF DREAMS

KIRBY'S DREAM LAND: GREEN GREENS

STAR FOX 64: CONERIA

STAR FOX 64: VENOM

POKEMON RED AND BLUE: POKEMON STADIUM

F-ZERO X: MUTE CITY

EARTHBOUND: ONETT

ICE CLIMBER: ICICLE MOUNTAIN

SUPER MARIO BROS. 2: MUSHROOM KINGDOM II

YOSHI'S STORY: YOSHI'S ISLAND 64

DONKEY KONG COUNTRY: KONGO JUNGLE 64

SUPER METROID: BRINSTAR DEPTHS

KIRBY'S DREAM LAND: GREEN GREENS 64

POKEMON: POKE FLOATS

F-ZERO X: BIG BLUE

EARTHBOUND: FOURSIDE

GAME & WATCH: FLAT ZONE

FIRE EMBLEM: ARCHENEA

DUCK HUNT: PLAINS

amiibo

Tapping any Smash Bros. series amiibo will give you an amiibo trophy. However, tapping most other lines of amiibo will give you either one of the following:

  • 1-5 Lottery Free Play Cards
  • 500 Coins
  • The Random Fighter Button (VERY RARELY)
  • 1,000,000,000 coins (EXTREMELY RARE, 1/10000000000000000 CHANCE)

Also See

Super Smash Bros. Melee 3D/Items

Super Smash Bros. Melee 3D/Music

Super Smash Bros. Melee 3D/Trophies

Trivia

  • There are only 2 added stages.
  • A short cover of Totaka's Song appears in the track "8-Bit Dreams".
    • Kazumi Totaka arranged this song himself.
  • Tapping a Villager or an Animal Crossing series amiibo will trigger the announcer to repeatedly say "Villager", while his victory theme plays.
    • This makes Villager the only Smash 4 character without an amiibo trophy.

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