Super Smash Bros: Melee (2001)

Taking the prototype N64 version & injecting pure craftsmanship/innovation to perfect every feature, Melee boasts an epic roster of indies-and-icons, powerful engine, customizable gameplay, rebalanced power dynamics, & side-scrollable gaming nostalgia for the greatest fighting & multiplayer game ever made. 10/10.

Plot Synopsis: Super Smash Bros. Melee is a 2001 crossover fighting video game developed by HAL Laboratory and published by Nintendo for the GameCube. It is the second installment in the Super Smash Bros. series. It features characters from Nintendo video game franchises such as Mario, The Legend of Zelda, Star Fox and Pokémon.

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Pros: Absolutely breathtaking gameplay – one of the best video game and most fun multiplayers I’ve ever had the privilege to play: there’s a reason it’s still famous today and preferred in its gamecube version (outdated and all) to the modern brawlers that followed and that is it is simply the best by grand anyon sized margins, vivid and crisp visuals, textures, and graphic design/world building especially for the time (looks better than even some new games 10-15 years later), customizability of gameplay options from stock to timed and even which itema and how much for the perfect playong expecience with friends any time and in any situation, HUGE library unlockable featuring the most iconic video game characters all under one roof: expands dramatically upon the original and in all the best ways with also the oerfect number so that uou have plenty of options but it doesn’t get too big or iniimidating for casual players too, single player mode improved a lot from original (still problematic but at least investable in now with fun additions, mystery challengers, great final boss battle),

Cons: –

Overall Rating: 10/10