Super Smash Bros. Melee

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Developer(s) HAL Laboratory
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) Nintendo GameCube
Release date(s) Japan November 21, 2001
United States of America December 3, 2001
Europe May 24, 2002
Australia May 31, 2002
Genre(s) Fighting
Modes Single-player,
Multiplayer (up to 4 players)
Ratings ESRB:  T
ELSPA:  3+[nb 1]
OFLC:  G8+
Media GameCube Game Disc
File size 11 blocks (save data)
2+ blocks (each snapshot saved)
Nintendo GameCube Controller

Guide at StrategyWiki

Super Smash Bros. Melee[nb 2] is a fighting game released for the Nintendo GameCube. It is the second installment in the Super Smash Bros. series and features content from a variety of Nintendo video game franchises, including three trophies from the Animal Crossing series. As of 2008 it has sold 7.09 million copies, making it the best-selling game for the Nintendo GameCube.


Super Smash Bros. Melee features 26 playable characters (counting Zelda and Sheik as two slots), 11 of which must be unlocked. Bold text denotes an unlockable character while Italic text denotes a character who made their Smash debut in Melee

Content from the Animal Crossing series[edit]

Tom Nook, K.K. Slider (referred to by his Japanese name, Totakeke), and Mr. Resetti are featured as trophies. The description of the trophies lists their game of origin as "Future Release", while it is listed as Doubutsu no Mori in Japan. Additionally, Tom Nook and Mr. Resetti use their original Japanese designs as Animal Crossing was still undergoing localization, having only just been announced months earlier at Nintendo's 2001 pre-E3 press conference under the working title Animal Forest.

# Name Image First Game Unlock Criteria Description
267 Tom Nook Tom Nook SSBM Trophy.png Future Release
(Doubutsu no Mori in Japan)
Collect a total of 1,000 coins "This guy's the friendly neighborhood shopkeeper who kindly helps the player set up his or her first house. He has a nose for business, and his customer service is second to none. During the course of the game, his store starts as a corner shop, expands to become a convenience store, and finally becomes a thriving supermarket."
268 Totakeke Totakeke SSBM Trophy.png Future Release
(Doubutsu no Mori in Japan)
Available in single-player modes or the Lottery after playing 200 VS matches "A wandering musician whose daily life is a bit of a mystery. He plays in front of the train station every Saturday night starting at 8:00 p.m. He has a large repertoire and plays both old and new hits from all over the world. His music is so ingrained in the villagers that it's impossible to imagine them living without it."
269 Mr. Resetti Mr. Resetti SSBM Trophy.png Future Release
(Doubutsu no Mori in Japan)
Defeat 5 enemies on Cruel Melee "Prepare to receive a really long talking-to if you reset this game: the next time you play, Mr. Resetti will be waiting to deliver his best scolding. No matter what your intentions are, pressing the RESET Button will bring you face-to-face with this fervent character. Sometimes the only way to shut him up is to apologize."



  1. Originally rated 11+.
  2. Japanese: 大乱闘 スマッシュ ブラザーズ DX Hepburn: Dairantō Sumasshu Burazāzu DerakkusuGreat Fray Smash Brothers Deluxe

External links[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Melee on other wikis