Super Smash Bros Melee was probably one of the best multiplayer fighting games to be released for the Nintendo GameCube. This game not only included more characters than its Nintendo 64 predecessor but it also featured many exciting soundtracks which featured remixes of songs from old NES & SNES games. Some of the best soundtracks in this game had included Mute City, Big Blue, Great Bay along with Hyrule Temple theme and more. There were so many cool characters featured in this game including Dr. Mario, Roy, Young Link, Pichu, Zelda along with others. Super Smash Bros Melee features a fantastic opening sequence which introduces players to the main screen where players have the option of choosing their level of difficulty in one player mode.
One of the more exciting things about Super Smash Bros Melee deals with earning trophies by completing 1 Player Mode on Classic, Adventure or All Star mode. When people choose their character they have the option of deciding what level along with how many lives they can start off with. Some of the stages in this game are pretty epic such as Mute City & Big Blue because they were awesome levels in the F-Zero game and was always interesting to see what it would be like to fight on those levels instead of racing on it. Along with F-Zero the Pokemon stages in this game were also pretty cool along with battling in some of the Zelda levels. Some might argue that the bosses in Super Smash Bros Melee are tougher than the ones in the last game. Even though, the Master Hand returns as a boss in this game Giga Bowser seemed like a tougher boss than Metal Mario or Giant Donkey Kong in Super Smash Bros Brawl. This game was praised by fans and critics alike for being one of the best crossover fighting games for the Nintendo GameCube and a title with replay value that would last for several years following its release.