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* UrExample: [[CommonKnowledge Contrary to popular belief]], the original ''Super Smash Bros'' wasn't the first PlatformFighter game. That title goes to an obscure game released back in 1994 by Namco (now known as Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment) called ''VideoGame/TheOutfoxies'', though the aforementioned game and the ''SSB'' games have a lot of differing quirks. [[HilariousInHindsight Funnily enough]], Namco Bandai ended up being contracted by Nintendo to develop the [[VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosForNintendo3DSWiiU fourth]] and [[VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosUltimate fifth]] installments.

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* UrExample: [[CommonKnowledge Contrary to popular belief]], the original ''Super Smash Bros'' wasn't the first PlatformFighter game. That title goes to an obscure game released back in 1994 by Namco (now known as Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment) called ''VideoGame/TheOutfoxies'', though the aforementioned game and the ''SSB'' games have a lot of differing quirks. [[HilariousInHindsight Funnily enough]], Namco Bandai ended up being contracted by Nintendo to develop the [[VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosForNintendo3DSWiiU [[VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosForNintendo3DSAndWiiU fourth]] and [[VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosUltimate fifth]] installments.

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* {{Blooper}}: In the original advertisement when Mario kicks Yoshi, his shoe gets knocked off flying and in the next scene, both of them are on the ground as the characters are fighting.


* GodNeverSaidThat: There is a persistent belief that Peach, Wario, Pit, and Meowth, among many other characters, were planned for inclusion in ''Smash 64''. However, outside of Bowser, Mewtwo, Dedede, and Marth, no such official source exists that states these characters were planned for inclusion.

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* GodNeverSaidThat: There is a persistent belief that Peach, Wario, Pit, and Meowth, among many other characters, Meowth (the most consistently "rumored") were planned for inclusion in ''Smash 64''. However, outside of Bowser, Mewtwo, Dedede, and Marth, no such official source exists that states these characters were planned for inclusion.


* SleeperHit: The original ''Super Smash Bros.'' started as a side project by Masahiro Sakurai that Creator/SatoruIwata allowed him to do on the weekends at HAL Laboratory. Eventually Iwata became interested in this "King of the Hill"-like fighter, and the company asked Nintendo if they could use some of their characters. Nintendo relented but remained iffy on the entire thing, keeping the budget on the game incredibly small and planning on a Japan-only release. Despite little promotion, the game took off in Japan and was brought to the United States and Europe later that year, becoming a KillerApp for the UsefulNotes/Nintendo64.
* UrExample: [[CommonKnowledge Contrary to popular belief]], the original ''Super Smash Bros'' wasn't the first PlatformFighter game. That title goes to an obscure game released back in 1994 by Namco (now known as Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment) called ''VideoGame/TheOutfoxies'', though the aforementioned game and the ''SSB'' games have a lot of differing quirks. On a side note, [[HilariousInHindsight Namco Bandai just happens to be the company that Nintendo hired to develop the Nintendo 3DS, Wii U, and Nintendo Switch installments.]]

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* SleeperHit: The original ''Super Smash Bros.'' started as a side project by Masahiro Sakurai that Creator/SatoruIwata allowed him to do on the weekends at HAL Laboratory. Eventually Iwata became more interested in this "King of the Hill"-like fighter, and the company asked Nintendo if they could use some of their characters. Nintendo relented but remained iffy on the entire thing, keeping the budget on the game incredibly small and planning on a Japan-only release. Despite little promotion, the game took off in Japan and was brought to the United States and Europe later that year, becoming a KillerApp for the UsefulNotes/Nintendo64.
* UrExample: [[CommonKnowledge Contrary to popular belief]], the original ''Super Smash Bros'' wasn't the first PlatformFighter game. That title goes to an obscure game released back in 1994 by Namco (now known as Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment) called ''VideoGame/TheOutfoxies'', though the aforementioned game and the ''SSB'' games have a lot of differing quirks. On a side note, [[HilariousInHindsight Funnily enough]], Namco Bandai just happens to be the company that ended up being contracted by Nintendo hired to develop the Nintendo 3DS, Wii U, [[VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosForNintendo3DSWiiU fourth]] and Nintendo Switch [[VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosUltimate fifth]] installments.]]


* GodNeverSaidThat: There is a persistent belief that Peach, Wario, Pit, and Meowth, among many other characters, were planned for inclusion in ''Smash 64''. However, outside of Bowser, Mewtwo, Dedede, and Marth, no such official source exists that states these characters were planned for inclusion.



* UrbanLegendOfZelda: There is a persistent belief that Peach, Wario, Pit, Meowth, Marth, among many other characters, were planned for inclusion in ''Smash 64''. However, outside of Bowser, Mewtwo, Dedede, and Marth, no such official source exists that states these characters were planned for inclusion.


* UrExample: [[CommonKnowledge Contrary to popular belief]], the original ''Super Smash Bros'' wasn't the first PlatformFighter game. That title goes to an obscure game released back in 1994 by Namco (now known as Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment) called ''VideoGame/TheOutfoxies'', though the aforementioned game and the ''SSB'' games have a lot of differing quirks. On a side note, [[HilariousInHindsight Namco Bandai just happens to be the company that Nintendo hired to develop the fourth SSB installment.]]

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* UrExample: [[CommonKnowledge Contrary to popular belief]], the original ''Super Smash Bros'' wasn't the first PlatformFighter game. That title goes to an obscure game released back in 1994 by Namco (now known as Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment) called ''VideoGame/TheOutfoxies'', though the aforementioned game and the ''SSB'' games have a lot of differing quirks. On a side note, [[HilariousInHindsight Namco Bandai just happens to be the company that Nintendo hired to develop the fourth SSB installment.Nintendo 3DS, Wii U, and Nintendo Switch installments.]]

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* MarthDebutedInSmashBros: For the PAL region, this was Ness's debut due to ''VideoGame/EarthBound'' not being released in those countries until 2013 on the Wii U's Virtual Console.
* NoBudget: It's sometimes hard to notice, but the game was a mere side project for Sakurai to work on during weekends. Nobody, not even Nintendo, was expecting it to fare as well as it did. The sequels have proper budgets to go with their status as a major Nintendo franchise.
* SleeperHit: The original ''Super Smash Bros.'' started as a side project by Masahiro Sakurai that Creator/SatoruIwata allowed him to do on the weekends at HAL Laboratory. Eventually Iwata became interested in this "King of the Hill"-like fighter, and the company asked Nintendo if they could use some of their characters. Nintendo relented but remained iffy on the entire thing, keeping the budget on the game incredibly small and planning on a Japan-only release. Despite little promotion, the game took off in Japan and was brought to the United States and Europe later that year, becoming a KillerApp for the UsefulNotes/Nintendo64.
* UrExample: [[CommonKnowledge Contrary to popular belief]], the original ''Super Smash Bros'' wasn't the first PlatformFighter game. That title goes to an obscure game released back in 1994 by Namco (now known as Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment) called ''VideoGame/TheOutfoxies'', though the aforementioned game and the ''SSB'' games have a lot of differing quirks. On a side note, [[HilariousInHindsight Namco Bandai just happens to be the company that Nintendo hired to develop the fourth SSB installment.]]
* UrbanLegendOfZelda: There is a persistent belief that Peach, Wario, Pit, Meowth, Marth, among many other characters, were planned for inclusion in ''Smash 64''. However, outside of Bowser, Mewtwo, Dedede, and Marth, no such official source exists that states these characters were planned for inclusion.
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