is the sequel to the 1999 Super Smash Bros. Melee Nintendo 64 fighting game . Like its predecessor, Super Smash Bros. Super Smash Bros. Melee is different from traditional fighting games in that inflicting damage does not guarantee victory. In play, a player must force the opponent beyond the stage's boundaries, referred to as a "Knock-Off" and abbreviated in the game as a KO.
Did You Know...
...That Villager can Pocket the stars from Yoshi Bomb and Super Dedede Jump?
...That Mewtwo has no Custom Moves, although they were planned to be in the game?
...That the Hylian visible on the version of Wii U Temple reads "Smash Bros"?
...That characters were originally going to have four Custom Moves?
...That the design for Mr. Game and Watch is actually 3-dimensional?
...That Villager can pocket the Great Fox's laser?
...That Greninja's Down Taunt does 1% of damage and a bit of knockback when opponents are next to him?
...That the coins on the Golden Plains are two dimensional?
...On one stage you can be KO'd by touching Danger Zones when you're above 100% damage?
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August 4, 2020
Version 8.1.0 was released for , which adds the new stage Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Small Battlefield.
June 29, 2020
Min Min was added to alongside the stage Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Spring Stadium, an -themed ARMS Spirit Board, and several new music tracks.
June 22, 2020
The 6th DLC fighter is revealed to be Min Min from , and will be released on June 29, 2020.
March 26, 2020
In a Nintendo Direct Mini, the 6th DLC fighter is revealed to be from , and will be announced and released later in June.
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