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Super Smash Bros. Melee Was Released 15 Years Ago Today

Super Smash Bros. Melee might have come out fifteen years ago, but its fans are still as dedicated as they were the day it released. Not many games are able to remain so relevant so long after their launch, Melee outclassing its sequels in the eyes of many of its lovers. A perfect successor to the N64 original, the game builds upon everything the first game included. The game’s reveal at E3 2001 was really a high moment for the conference, Melee’s opening cinematic really getting the crowd going. Check it out below.

10 thoughts on “Super Smash Bros. Melee Was Released 15 Years Ago Today”

  1. My nephews made me hate this game back in the day. They made me wish I didn’t own it. Every time they came over, they wanted to play it (before that, it was that god-forsaken battle mode in Donkey Kong 64). It was SO boring to me! Any time I finish all single-player modes in a game, I don’t like playing them anymore. Multiplayer is non-existent in my life. However, aside from the smaller roster, it was still better than the latest Smash Bros. games.

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