In Super Smash Bros., each character had at least four costumes, one for each of the costume-changing C buttons. Some characters had an extra costume (or two) to accommodate for Team Battles if their four costumes lacked a red, blue, or green variation; these costumes cannot be selected outside of Team Battle since there are only four C buttons.
Based off his appearance in Kirby's Dream Land 3 and Kirby 64.
Based on Keeby, the yellow Kirby that the second player controls from Kirby's Dream Course, known as Kirby Bowl in Japan. Resembles Beam and Needle Kirby from Kirby Super Star and Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land, without the hat. Shigeru Miyamoto also reportedly wanted Kirby to be colored yellow in his debut, but Masahiro Sakurai wanted him to be pink.
Based on Kirby's appearance as Fire Kirby from Kirby Super Star, without the hat.
Based on Kirby's appearance as Ice and Freeze Kirby Kirby from and Kirby Super Star, without the hat.
Homage to the days when Kirby was on the original Game Boy screen, which was green. Also similar to Plasma Kirby from Kirby Super Star, minus the hat.
Based on the traditional outfit of Mario's rival, Wario. The M on Mario's hat is colored yellow and the buttons are also colored yellow, compared to the W on Wario's hat which is colored blue and the buttons which are colored white.
A reference to Foreman Spike from Wrecking Crew '98.
A red/blue reversal of his traditional colors. This is seen as a partial reference to Mario's varying appearances in games prior to Nintendo's officially establishment of Mario's outfit of consisting of a red shirt, blue overalls and red hat. In various earlier games, Mario occasionally also appeared with sometimes a blue hat, red shirt with blue overalls or a red hat, blue shirt with red overalls. However, this particular combination of a blue hat, blue shirt, with red overalls was never used in any Mario game as of the release of all games in the "Smash Bros." series, but it does resemble the appearance of the Balloon Fighter. The blue shirt with red overalls are also similar to what Mario wore in the Super Mario Bros. Super Show cartoon.
The color inverse of his traditional colors. Resembles Mario's appearance on Japanese and European box arts for Wrecking Crew. Also appears as part of the flashing animation from a Starman in Super Mario Bros.
The black and yellow stripes resemble the uniform of the Hanshin Tigers, a Japanese baseball team with a large following. The shirt also bears a very similar color scheme to the Gigantic Ant enemy from EarthBound.
Is based on Ness's younger self that he encounters briefly in EarthBound, who was wearing a blue hat.
A Pikachu with a red hue is possible in Japanese Pokémon Stadium 1 and 2 and International Pokémon Stadium (N64) as the game did change the colors of Pokémon if they were given nicknames. Shiny Pokémon did not exist in Generation I.
As mentioned, Pokémon Stadium allowed for alternate colored Pokémon if they were given nicknames.
As mentioned, Pokémon Stadium allowed for alternate colored Pokémon if they were given nicknames. One of the Rental Pokémon, a Pikachu called Pikachikun, has a green hue.