History Trivia / SuperSmashBros

4th Aug '16 1:24:41 PM Josef5678
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*** In the vein of ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom'' references, Ragnarok is equally common, in line with the above "Frog Strider" nickname. Hilariously enough, [[Creator/YujiUeda Yuuji Ueda]] is both the Japanese voice of Greninja (Gekkouga) and Strider Hiryuu himself in the ''Marvel'' crossovers, making him voice two different ninja so far in Capcom crossovers.

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*** In the vein of ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom'' references, Ragnarok is equally common, in line with the above "Frog Strider" nickname. Hilariously enough, [[Creator/YujiUeda Yuuji Ueda]] Creator/YujiUeda is both the Japanese voice of Greninja (Gekkouga) and Strider Hiryuu himself in the ''Marvel'' crossovers, making him voice two different ninja ninjas so far in Capcom crossovers.



** Little Mac's punching barrage has been dubbed by some as [[Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure ORAORAORAORAORA]]. [[FistOfTheNorthStar Hokuto Hyakuretsu Ken/Hundred Crack Fist]] (lit. Hundred Rending Fists) is also a suitable name.

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** Little Mac's punching barrage has been dubbed by some as [[Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure ORAORAORAORAORA]]. [[FistOfTheNorthStar [[Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar Hokuto Hyakuretsu Ken/Hundred Crack Fist]] (lit. Hundred Rending Fists) is also a suitable name.



** Wolf as an interesting case himself while having the same Japanese voice throughout his series, even had a new English voice actor in the form of Jay Ward solely for ''Brawl''; in prior installments in his home series he even voice actor changes there.

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** Wolf as has an interesting case himself while having the same Japanese voice throughout his series, even had a new English voice actor in the form of Jay Ward solely for ''Brawl''; in prior installments in his home series he even voice actor changes there.



* RelationshipVoiceActor: In another reality, [[Creator/SeanSchemmel Lucario]] and [[Creator/KyleHebert Ryu]] are [[Anime/DragonBallZ father and son]].

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In another reality, [[Creator/SeanSchemmel Lucario]] and [[Creator/KyleHebert Ryu]] are [[Anime/DragonBallZ father and son]].
4th Aug '16 1:23:57 AM SneaselSawashiro
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** Meanwhile a la ''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy'', [[Creator/TakahiroSakurai Cloud]] (AKA Mega Man X) sees [[Creator/HikaruMidorikawa Marth]] and [[Creator/JunFukuyama Roy]] respectively as Firion and Onion Knight.
3rd Aug '16 10:06:40 PM SneaselSawashiro
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** While Fox in ''64'' and ''Melee'' used his Japanese voice, Shinobu Satouchi, during gameplay, the secret taunts on Corneria were voiced in English by Steve Malpass, his voice from ''VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures''. In ''Brawl'', he switched to Creator/KenjiNojima and Jim Walker, his Japanese and English actors respectively from ''VideoGame/StarFoxAssault''. In the 3DS/Wii U installment, Fox uses Mike West, his English VA from ''Star Fox 64'' (and ''64 3D''), instead.
** Falco uses his Japanese VA, Creator/HisaoEgawa, in Melee, while his ''Adventures'' voice, Ben Cullum, voices his secret taunts. However, his English voice in ''Brawl'', Dex Manley, did not voice the character in ''Assault'', but rather fellow Star Fox team member ROB 64. Mark Lund from ''64 3D'' takes over in the English version of the 3DS/Wii U game.

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** While Fox in ''64'' and ''Melee'' used his Japanese voice, Shinobu Satouchi, during gameplay, the secret taunts on Corneria were voiced in English by Steve Malpass, his voice from ''VideoGame/StarFoxAdventures''. In ''Brawl'', he switched to Creator/KenjiNojima and Jim Walker, his Japanese and English actors respectively from ''VideoGame/StarFoxAssault''. In the 3DS/Wii U ''3DS/Wii U'' installment, Fox uses Mike West, his English VA from ''Star Fox 64'' (and ''64 3D''), instead.
** Falco uses his Japanese VA, Creator/HisaoEgawa, in Melee, ''Melee'' (who stays the same in the Japanese versions onwards by proxy), while his ''Adventures'' voice, Ben Cullum, voices his secret taunts. However, his English voice in ''Brawl'', Dex Manley, did not voice the character in ''Assault'', but rather fellow Star Fox team member ROB 64. Mark Lund from ''64 3D'' takes over in the English version of the 3DS/Wii U game.game.
** Wolf as an interesting case himself while having the same Japanese voice throughout his series, even had a new English voice actor in the form of Jay Ward solely for ''Brawl''; in prior installments in his home series he even voice actor changes there.



** Similarly, Meta Knight retained his Japanese voice from ''Anime/KirbyRightBackAtYa'', but was dubbed in English by Eric Newsome rather than Creator/EricStuart (who dubbed him in the show); however, unlike Lucario, Newsome's voice acting was retained in the fourth game.

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** Similarly, Meta Knight retained his Japanese voice from ''Anime/KirbyRightBackAtYa'', but was dubbed in English by Eric Newsome rather than Creator/EricStuart (who dubbed him in the show); however, unlike Lucario, Newsome's voice acting was retained in the fourth game.game while in both case Newsome also retained his accent that Stuart provided.



** Creator/KosukeToriumi replaces Matt Harty as Little Mac's voice actor. Since Riley Inge returned to voice Doc Louis, many had thought Harty would have reprised his role as Mac.

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** Creator/KosukeToriumi replaces Matt Harty as Little Mac's voice actor. Since Riley Inge returned to voice Doc Louis, many had thought Harty would have reprised his role as Mac. Funny enough, the aforementioned Hisao Egawa voiced Little Mac in ''Brawl''.
3rd Aug '16 5:54:59 PM SneaselSawashiro
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** Little Mac's punching barrage has been dubbed by some as [[Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure ORAORAORAORAORA]]. [[FistOfTheNorthStar Hokuto Hyakuretsu Ken/Hundred Crack Fist]] is also a suitable name.

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** Little Mac's punching barrage has been dubbed by some as [[Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure ORAORAORAORAORA]]. [[FistOfTheNorthStar Hokuto Hyakuretsu Ken/Hundred Crack Fist]] (lit. Hundred Rending Fists) is also a suitable name.
3rd Aug '16 5:45:34 PM SneaselSawashiro
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*** In the vein of ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom'' references, Ragnarok is equally common, in line with the above "Frog Strider" nickname. Hilariously enough, [[Creator/YujiUeda Yuuji Ueda]] is both the Japanese voice of Greninja (Gekkouga) and Strider Hiryuu himself in the ''Marvel'' crossovers, making him voice two different ninja so far in Capcom-based crossovers.

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*** In the vein of ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom'' references, Ragnarok is equally common, in line with the above "Frog Strider" nickname. Hilariously enough, [[Creator/YujiUeda Yuuji Ueda]] is both the Japanese voice of Greninja (Gekkouga) and Strider Hiryuu himself in the ''Marvel'' crossovers, making him voice two different ninja so far in Capcom-based Capcom crossovers.
3rd Aug '16 5:44:38 PM SneaselSawashiro
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** [[VideoGame/MarvelSuperHeroes Maximum Greninja]] for Greninja's Final Smash, due to its similarities to Maximum Spider (particularly the ''[[VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3 MvC3]]'' version). Hilariously enough, [[Creator/YujiUeda Yuuji Ueda]] is both the Japanese voice of Greninja (Gekkouga) and Strider Hiryuu himself in the ''Marvel'' crossovers, making him voice two different ninja so far in Capcom-based crossovers.
*** In the vein of ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom'' references, Ragnarok is equally common, in line with the above "Frog Strider" nickname.

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** [[VideoGame/MarvelSuperHeroes Maximum Greninja]] for Greninja's Final Smash, due to its similarities to Maximum Spider (particularly the ''[[VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3 MvC3]]'' version). Hilariously enough, [[Creator/YujiUeda Yuuji Ueda]] is both the Japanese voice of Greninja (Gekkouga) and Strider Hiryuu himself in the ''Marvel'' crossovers, making him voice two different ninja so far in Capcom-based crossovers.
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*** In the vein of ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom'' references, Ragnarok is equally common, in line with the above "Frog Strider" nickname. Hilariously enough, [[Creator/YujiUeda Yuuji Ueda]] is both the Japanese voice of Greninja (Gekkouga) and Strider Hiryuu himself in the ''Marvel'' crossovers, making him voice two different ninja so far in Capcom-based crossovers.
3rd Aug '16 5:44:16 PM SneaselSawashiro
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*** Hilariously enough, [[Creator/YujiUeda Yuuji Ueda]] is both the Japanese voice of Greninja (Gekkouga) and Strider Hiryuu (in the ''Marvel'' crossovers).



** [[VideoGame/MarvelSuperHeroes Maximum Greninja]] for Greninja's Final Smash, due to its similarities to Maximum Spider (particularly the ''[[VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3 MvC3]]'' version).

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** [[VideoGame/MarvelSuperHeroes Maximum Greninja]] for Greninja's Final Smash, due to its similarities to Maximum Spider (particularly the ''[[VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3 MvC3]]'' version). Hilariously enough, [[Creator/YujiUeda Yuuji Ueda]] is both the Japanese voice of Greninja (Gekkouga) and Strider Hiryuu himself in the ''Marvel'' crossovers, making him voice two different ninja so far in Capcom-based crossovers.
3rd Aug '16 5:36:15 PM SneaselSawashiro
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*** Hilariously enough, [[Creator/YujiUeda Yuuji Ueda]] is both the Japanese voice of Greninja (Gekkouga) and Strider Hiryuu (in the ''Marvel'' crossovers).
3rd Aug '16 5:34:08 PM SneaselSawashiro
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** ''For 3DS/Wii U'' is often referred to as "Sm4sh" or "Smash 4" for ease of recognition or to just refer to them collectively. Before the reveal of the actual title, [[Website/FourChan /v/]] called the fourth game's subtitle "[[InherentlyFunnyWords Kerfuffle,]]" and due to the somewhat confusing subtitle it's often still referred to that. Indeed, the nickname became ''so'' popular Googling "Super Smash Bros. Kerfuffle" will give you the official website and Wikipedia articles as the top results.

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** ''For 3DS/Wii U'' is often referred to as "Sm4sh" [="Sm4sh"=] or "Smash 4" for ease of recognition or to just refer to them collectively. Before the reveal of the actual title, [[Website/FourChan /v/]] called the fourth game's subtitle "[[InherentlyFunnyWords Kerfuffle,]]" and due to the somewhat confusing subtitle it's often still referred to that. Indeed, the nickname became ''so'' popular Googling "Super Smash Bros. Kerfuffle" will give you the official website and Wikipedia articles as the top results.



** Captain Falcon's forward aerial is the Knee Smash (Striking Knee in Japanese) or the KNEE OF JUSTICE!!!

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** Captain Falcon's forward aerial as of ''Melee'' is the Knee Smash (Striking Knee in Japanese) or the KNEE OF JUSTICE!!!



** Ganondorf's forwards tilt from ''Brawl'' onward, a straight kick, is commonly known as [[Film/ThreeHundred "Sparta Kick."]] His forward aerial is known as Skullcrusher. Also, his down-air is often called the "thunder stomp," due to how strong it is and its electrical damage property.

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** Ganondorf's forwards forward tilt from ''Brawl'' onward, a straight kick, is commonly known as [[Film/ThreeHundred "Sparta Kick."]] His forward aerial is known as Skullcrusher. Also, his down-air is often called the "thunder stomp," due to how strong it is and its electrical damage property.
3rd Aug '16 5:33:26 PM SneaselSawashiro
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** Captain Falcon's forward aerial is the Knee Smash or the KNEE OF JUSTICE!!!

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** Captain Falcon's forward aerial is the Knee Smash (Striking Knee in Japanese) or the KNEE OF JUSTICE!!!
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