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==Fatal Fury Victory Theme==
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===Origin===
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A hard rock remix of the victory theme from the first ''Fatal Fury'' game.
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Revision as of 20:10, November 9, 2019

A victory theme, sometimes referred to as a flourish, or a fanfare in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, is a short, recognizable melody that plays at the Results screen after a character wins a Vs. match or other similar events such as a Tourney. For instance, at the Results screen after Mario, Luigi, Peach, Bowser (Melee and Brawl only), Dr. Mario, and Daisy win a match, an orchestral cover of the fanfare played at the end of each level in Super Mario Bros. plays. Characters from the same universe share victory themes, though Meta Knight, Rosalina & Luma, Bowser Jr., and Dark Pit have distinct victory themes separate from their respective universe's (Bowser has his since Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS). In Super Smash Bros Ultimate, Robin, Lucina, Corrin, Ridley, Dark Samus, & Piranha Plant have distinct victory themes separate from their respective universe’s.

Mario Victory Theme

Origin

This flourish is a cover of the small sound clip that would play whenever Mario or Luigi grabbed a Flagpole in Super Mario Bros., a track that went on to become a recurring theme.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Mario) SSB
Super Smash Bros. version
Victory! (Mario) SSBM
Melee version
Victory! (Mario) SSBB
Brawl & 3DS/Wii U version
Victory! (Mario) SSBU
Ultimate version


Mario Villains Victory Theme

Origin

A music piece based on the same melody as the Mario victory theme, but instead of a standard orchestral arrangement, the piece is played with slightly distorted electric guitars.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Bowser & Bowser Jr.) SSB4
3DS/Wii U & Ultimate version


Rosalina & Luma Victory Theme

Origin

This flourish is a remix of the title screen track for Super Mario Galaxy, as well as the theme played when Mario obtains a Power Star in that game.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Rosalina & Luma) SSB4
3DS/Wii U & Ultimate version


Donkey Kong Victory Theme

Origin

This flourish is a cover of the short track that plays in Donkey Kong Country and subsequent games whenever a playable Kong defeated a boss or completed a bonus game.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Donkey Kong) SSB
Super Smash Bros. version
Victory! (Donkey Kong) SSBM
Melee version
Victory! (Donkey Kong) SSBB
Brawl, 3DS/Wii U, & Ultimate version


King K. Rool Victory Theme

Origin

This victory theme is a small excerpt of Gangplank Galleon from Donkey Kong Country.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (King K Rool) SSBU
Ultimate version


The Legend of Zelda Victory Theme

SSB, Melee Origin

The flourish for The Legend of Zelda series in Super Smash Bros. and Super Smash Bros. Melee was an excerpt of the overworld theme in The Legend of Zelda, a track which went on to become the the main theme of the series. The excerpt is also followed by the theme that plays when Link obtains certain items.

Brawl, 3DS/Wii U Origin

In Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, the Zelda series got a new flourish, now a cover of the music that would play when Link obtained a Triforce Piece in The Legend of Zelda for the NES.

Ultimate Origin

This is a short excerpt of the previous theme, now with a trumpet end.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (The Legend of Zelda) SSB
Super Smash Bros. version
Victory! (The Legend of Zelda) SSBM
Melee version
Victory! (The Legend of Zelda) SSBB
Brawl & 3DS/Wii U version
Victory! (The Legend of Zelda) SSBU
Ultimate version


Metroid Victory Theme

Origin

In Metroid for the Famicom/NES, this flourish would originally play when Samus Aran obtained a new power-up or addition to her Power Suit. It would also play when Samus defeated Ridley and Kraid.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Metroid) SSB
Super Smash Bros. version
Victory! (Metroid) SSBM
Melee version
Victory! (Metroid) SSBB
Brawl, 3DS/Wii U, & Ultimate version


Metroid Villains Victory Theme

Origin

This victory theme is an intense and sinister variation of the Metroid victory theme for Ridley and Dark Samus.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Metroid Villains) SSBU
Ultimate version


Yoshi Victory Theme

Origin

This flourish is a combination of two small music excerpts from Yoshi's Story. The first is a sped-up, orchestrated cover of the title music of Yoshi's Story, while the other is the short flourish that plays when Yoshi collects all 30 necessary fruits and completes a level.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Yoshi) SSB
Super Smash Bros. version
Victory! (Yoshi) SSBM
Melee version
Victory! (Yoshi) SSBB
Brawl & 3DS/Wii U version
Victory! (Yoshi) SSBU
Ultimate version


Kirby Victory Theme

Origin

The victory theme of the Kirby universe is a cover of the short recurring theme that plays when Kirby completes a stage, debuting in Kirby's Dream Land. The Melee version of this flourish is considerably slower in pace in relation to the original track, though its other versions more closely match its original tempo.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Kirby) SSB
Super Smash Bros. version
Victory! (Kirby) SSBM
Melee version
Victory! (Kirby) SSBB
Brawl, 3DS/Wii U, & Ultimate version


Meta Knight Victory Theme

Origin

The Meta Knight Victory Theme is based on the same melody as the Kirby Victory Theme, but is performed with electric guitars and in quadruple meter, as opposed to the more symphonic instrumentation and the triple meter in the Kirby Victory Theme.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Meta Knight) SSBB
Brawl, 3DS/Wii US, & Ultimate version


Star Fox Victory Theme

Origin

This victory theme is based upon the main theme of Star Fox 64, most specifically the title screen theme. It also shares similarities with the music that would play in that game when Fox completed a level, as that track was also based on the main theme.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Star Fox) SSB
Super Smash Bros. version
Victory! (Star Fox) SSBM
Melee version
Victory! (Star Fox) SSBB
Brawl, 3DS/Wii U, & Ultimate version


Pokémon Victory Theme

Origin

This victory theme is a small excerpt of the title theme of Pokémon Red, Blue, and Green Versions, a track which would go on to become the Pokémon main theme and the title theme for many more games of the series.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Pokémon) SSB
Super Smash Bros. version
Victory! (Pokémon) SSBM
Melee version
Victory! (Pokémon) SSBB
Brawl & 3DS/Wii U version
Victory! (Pokémon) SSBU
Ultimate version


EarthBound (Mother) Victory Theme

SSB, Melee Origin

In EarthBound, one of the main objectives of the game was to collect the Eight Melodies, which would combine to form an overall piece. This Victory Theme is a combination of the final four melodies out of the eight.

Brawl, 3DS/Wii U Origin

This victory theme is a highly sped-up rock cover of Mother Earth, the title theme of the original NES Mother/EarthBound Beginnings.

Ultimate Origin

The victory theme is based on the Eight Melodies from Mother.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (EarthBound (Mother)) SSB
Super Smash Bros. version
Victory! (EarthBound (Mother)) SSBM
Melee version
Victory! (EarthBound (Mother)) SSBB
Brawl & 3DS/Wii U version
Victory! (Earthbound (Mother)) SSBU
Ultimate version


F-Zero Victory Theme

SSB, Melee Origin

This victory theme is an electric guitar-based cover of the short track that would play when a character finished a race in F-Zero X.

Brawl, 3DS/Wii U, Ultimate Origin

This victory theme is an electric guitar-based cover of the short track that would play when a character finished a race in F-Zero GX.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (F-Zero) SSB
Super Smash Bros. version
Victory! (F-Zero) SSBM
Melee version
Victory! (F-Zero) SSBB
Brawl, 3DS/Wii U, & Ultimate version


Ice Climber Victory Theme

Origin

In Ice Climber, when Popo or Nana grabbed the feet of the Condor at the end of a bonus stage, this track would play.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Ice Climber) SSBM
Melee version
Victory! (Ice Climber) SSBB
Brawl version
Victory! (Ice Climber) SSBU
Ultimate version


Fire Emblem Victory Theme

Origin

This victory theme is an orchestral cover of several bars of the Fire Emblem title theme for the original Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light, which has since become the main theme of the series and appeared in every game except Fire Emblem Gaiden.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Fire Emblem) SSBM
Melee version
Victory! (Fire Emblem) SSBB
Brawl & 3DS/Wii U version
Victory! (Fire Emblem) SSBU
Ultimate version


Awakening Victory Theme

Origin

This victory theme is a short orchestral cover of "Id (Purpose)" from Fire Emblem Awakening.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Fire Emblem Awakening) SSBU
Ultimate version


Corrin Victory Theme

Origin

This victory theme is a small excerpt of "Lost in Thoughts All Alone" from Fire Emblem Fates.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Fire Emblem Fates) SSBU
Ultimate version


Game & Watch Victory Theme

Origin

The Game & Watch flourish in Melee is in fact an original medley, based upon the typical bleeping noises that characters or other objects in a Game & Watch would make. It also shares some similarities with the Flat Zone theme. The flourish introduced in Brawl features a different melody, though it still draws from an identical origin.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Game & Watch) SSBM
Melee version
Victory! (Game & Watch) SSBB
Brawl, 3DS/Wii U & Ultimate version


Kid Icarus Victory Theme

Origin

This victory theme is a small excerpt of the title screen theme of Kid Icarus, with an original ending. After the release of Brawl, the track was remade for Kid Icarus: Uprising, used whenever a match in Together Mode is completed.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Kid Icarus) SSBB
Brawl, 3DS/Wii U, & Ultimate version


Dark Pit Victory Theme

Origin

This victory theme is a small excerpt of Dark Pit's theme from Kid Icarus: Uprising.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Dark Pit) SSB4
3DS/Wii U & Ultimate version


Wario Victory Theme

Origin

An excerpt of the Stonecarving City theme from Wario Land: Shake It! The game was released on July 24, 2008 and succeeded the release of Super Smash Bros. Brawl, which was on January 31, 2008. It is likely that Wario's victory theme was pulled from Wario Land: Shake It! before it actually released, if not, then this is an original theme. In Ultimate, the tempo of the victory theme is sped up a little bit.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Wario) SSBB
Brawl & 3DS/Wii U version
Victory! (Wario) SSBU
Ultimate version


Metal Gear Victory Theme

Origin

In Metal Gear Solid, this theme, which is a small excerpt of the main theme of the game, has two primary uses. One of which is that it would play when VR Training was completed, and the other is that it would play when Solid Snake is caught, and the player earns a Game Over.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Metal Gear) SSBB
Brawl & Ultimate version


Sonic the Hedgehog Victory Theme

Origin

The origin of this theme is from the victory jingle from Sonic the Hedgehog (2006), which itself is an orchestrated remix of the tune that plays when either Sonic or Tails pass an Act in Sonic the Hedgehog 3. This victory theme in Brawl and SSBWU/3DS is directly ported from Sonic the Hedgehog (2006), being the first victory theme in the series to have been directly ported from elsewhere. In Ultimate, the tempo is slightly faster and the ending is slightly abridged.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Sonic the Hedgehog) SSBB
Brawl & 3DS/Wii U version
Victory! (Sonic the Hedgehog) SSBU
Ultimate version


Pikmin Victory Theme

Origin

This victory theme is a small excerpt of the title theme of Pikmin, complete with wildlife sounds!

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Pikmin) SSBB
Brawl, 3DS/Wii U & Ultimate version


R.O.B. Victory Theme

Origin

In the NES game Stack-Up, the first game that the R.O.B. accessory was compatible with, this track would play before starting memory mode.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (R.O.B.) SSBB
Brawl, 3DS/Wii U & Ultimate version


Animal Crossing Victory Theme

Origin

The song is a remix of the first "Phrase" of the original Animal Crossing theme for Nintendo 64 & GameCube.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Animal Crossing) SSB4
3DS/Wii U version
Victory! (Animal Crossing) SSBU
Ultimate version


Mega Man Victory Theme

Origin

A short remix of the beginning of the title screen music from Mega Man 2.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Mega Man) SSB4
3DS/Wii U & Ultimate version


Wii Fit Victory Theme

Origin

This victory theme is a remix of the tune that plays after a save file is selected in the original Wii Fit. It is also a small excerpt in the victory theme of Wii Fit.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Wii Fit) SSB4
3DS/Wii U & Ultimate version


Punch-Out!! Victory Theme

Origin

A remix of the theme that plays when the player defeats an opponent in the NES and Wii Punch-Out!! games.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Punch-Out!!) SSB4
3DS/Wii U & Ultimate version


Mii Fighters Victory Theme

3DS/Wii U Origin

This victory theme plays a small remixed portion of the main theme of Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS & Wii U.

Ultimate Origin

This victory theme plays a small remixed portion of "Lifelight", the main theme of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Mii Fighters) SSB4
3DS/Wii U version
Victory! (Mii Fighters) SSBU
Ultimate version


Pac-Man Victory Theme

Origin

A remix of the jingle that plays when starting a new game in Pac-Man, as well as completing levels in Pac-Man World 2.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Pac-Man) SSB4
3DS/Wii U & Ultimate version


Xenoblade Victory theme

Origin

The second half of the riff of You Will Know Our Names, the battle theme used in Xenoblade Chronicles when fighting a unique monster.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Xenoblade) SSB4
3DS/Wii U version
Victory! (Xenoblade) SSBU
Ultimate version


Duck Hunt Victory Theme

Origin

The jingle that plays before a new game starts in Duck Hunt. It begins with the original 8-bit rendition, then transitions to a remixed version for the rest of the theme. In Ultimate, the tempo of the victory theme is sped up a little bit.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Duck Hunt) SSB4
3DS/Wii U version
Victory! (Duck Hunt) SSBU
Ultimate version


Street Fighter Victory Theme

Origin

A remix of the victory theme from Street Fighter II.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Street Fighter) SSB4
3DS/Wii U & Ultimate version


Final Fantasy Victory Theme

Origin

A remix of the victory theme heard in Final Fantasy VII, which is itself a variant of the victory theme heard throughout the Final Fantasy series. Unlike other themes, it continuously plays, replacing the results theme.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Final Fantasy) SSB4
3DS/Wii U & Ultimate version
Victory! (Final Fantasy Tournament) SSB4
Tournament mode version in 3DS/Wii U


Bayonetta Victory Theme

Origin

The first few notes of "Let's Hit the Climax", followed by the jingle that plays upon completing a verse in Bayonetta. This victory theme is the only victory theme in the series to have vocals, with a noticeable "forever" at the end.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Bayonetta) SSB4
3DS/Wii U & Ultimate version


Splatoon Victory Theme

Origin

The Online battle team victory jingle introduced in Splatoon.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Splatoon) SSBU
Ultimate version


Castlevania Victory Theme

Origin

A remix of the stage clear jingle in Castlevania.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Castlevania) SSBU
Ultimate version


Persona Victory Theme

Origin

Persona 5 Theme

The victory theme from Persona 5, taken directly from the game. As with Cloud's victory theme, it continuously plays, replacing the results theme.

Persona 4 Theme

The victory theme from Persona 4, taken directly from the game. As with Cloud's victory theme, it continuously plays, replacing the results theme. It'll only play if the Mementos stage has music from Persona 4 playing in it.

Persona 3 Theme

The victory theme from Persona 3, taken directly from the game. As with Cloud's victory theme, it continuously plays, replacing the results theme. It'll only play if the Mementos stage has music from Persona 3 playing in it.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Persona 5) SSBU
Ultimate version (Persona 5)
Victory! (Persona 4) SSBU
Ultimate version (Persona 4)
Victory! (Persona 3) SSBU
Ultimate version (Persona 3)


Dragon Quest Victory Theme

Origin

An edited version of a portion of "Overture", the main theme of the Dragon Quest franchise (specifically the version from Dragon Quest VIII).

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Dragon Quest) SSBU
Ultimate version


Banjo-Kazooie Victory Theme

Origin

A remix of the jingle that plays when Banjo collects a jiggy in Banjo-Kazooie.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Banjo-Kazooie) SSBU
Ultimate version


Fatal Fury Victory Theme

Origin

A hard rock remix of the victory theme from the first Fatal Fury game.

Gallery

Victory Theme Description
Victory! (Fatal Fury) SSBU
Ultimate version


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