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'''Tournament Mode''' is a feature in [[Super Smash Bros. Melee]] and [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl]] which features three modes: Tournament, Loser out, and Winner out.
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:''This article is about the game mode. For information on competitive tournaments, see [[Tournaments]].''
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'''Tournament Mode''' is a feature in ''[[Super Smash Bros. Melee]]'' and is set returns in ''[[Super Smash Bros. Brawl]]'' which features three modes:
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* [[#Tournament|Tournament]]
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* [[#Loser out|Loser out]]
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* [[#Winner out|Winner out]]
   
 
== Tournament ==
 
== Tournament ==
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== Winner out ==
 
== Winner out ==
 
This mode is exactly the same as the aforementioned loser out mode, except that the winner of each match drops out instead of the loser.
 
This mode is exactly the same as the aforementioned loser out mode, except that the winner of each match drops out instead of the loser.
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Revision as of 19:27, October 16, 2008

Tournament mode
This article is about the game mode. For information on competitive tournaments, see Tournaments.

Tournament Mode is a feature in Super Smash Bros. Melee and is set returns in Super Smash Bros. Brawl which features three modes:

Tournament

In the tournament mode, players battle against each other in turns. Several options can be chosen for tournaments, including:

  • The number of competitors in a tournament (ranging from 4-64 in two or four player tournaments and 6-27 in three player tournaments)
  • The number of computers and humans in a tournament
  • How many players fight in each tournament match
  • How stages are selected
  • The CPU level of computer players (Levels 1-9 as well as a random option)
  • Individual custom rules for matches

Loser out

This mode is also played in turns, but unlike Tournament, where the game ends when a final winner is proclaimed, this lasts forever (or at least until the player decides to stop playing). The loser of each match "drops out" and has to wait until it is his or her turn again.

Winner out

This mode is exactly the same as the aforementioned loser out mode, except that the winner of each match drops out instead of the loser.

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