Super Smash Bros. Melee
Super Smash Bros. Melee is a 2001 crossover fighting video game developed by HAL Laboratory and published by Nintendo for the GameCube. It features characters from Nintendo video game franchises such as Mario, The Legend of Zelda, Star Fox, and Pokémon. It is now considered one of the greatest video games ever made. The game was followed by Super Smash Brothers. Brawl for the Wii in 2008, which was released in North America and Europe in September 2008.
About Super Smash Bros. Melee in brief
Super Smash Bros. Melee is a 2001 crossover fighting video game developed by HAL Laboratory and published by Nintendo for the GameCube. It features characters from Nintendo video game franchises such as Mario, The Legend of Zelda, Star Fox, and Pokémon. Melee’s gameplay system offers an unorthodox approach to the fighting game genre, with a counter that measures damage with increasing percentages, representing the knockback the character will experience. It was first released in Japan in November 2001, in the Americas in December 2001, and in Europe and Australia in May 2002. It is now considered one of the greatest video games ever made. It achieved strong sales upon its release, becoming the Gamecube’s best-selling title with over seven million copies sold by 2008. The game was followed by Super Smash Brothers. Brawl for the Wii in 2008, which was released in North America and Europe in September 2008. In the multiplayer mode, up to four players or computer-controlled characters may fight in a free-for-all or on separate teams. The difficulty is ranked from one to nine in ascending order of difficulty, depending on the game type. Individual players can also be handicapped, the player must collect coins by hitting enemies and not try to lose them by falling off the stage. Other options are available, including \”Coin mode, which rewards the richest player or team with the most KOs and falls after a predetermined amount of time, and \”Stock mode in which the last player in a battle with lives remaining wins. This can be changed to less conventional modes like the last game in which a player orteam in the last battle wins after the last time the last person has a stock, or life.
The player can also use the artificial intelligence processing unit to handicap the player, the higher the central central artificial intelligence unit can also handicap, the better the player’s chances of winning in the game. It builds on the first game by adding new gameplay features and playable characters. Melee includes all playable characters from the firstgame, and also adds characters from franchises like Fire Emblem, of which no games had been released outside Japan at the time. The single-player mode provides the player with a variety of side-scrolling fighting challenges. Some stages feature moving elements and platforms and hazards that harm players, while others lack these elements. Most stages have a theme relating to a Nintendo franchise or a specific Nintendo game and are interactive to the player. Although the stages are rendered in three dimensions, players can only move on a two-dimensional plane. Not all stages are available immediately; some stages must be unlocked by achieving particular requirements. Some of these modes are personalized for the character; for example, the \”Target Test\” sets out a specialized area for a character in which they aim to destroy ten targets in the least time they can. The \”Board the Platforms\” minigame from the prequel was not included in Melee. Melee introduced Adventure Mode, which takes the player to several predefined universes of characters in the Nintendo franchise.