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Super Smash Bros.

If you are here from Super Smash Bros., you can discuss about these sounds in the talk page. If not, these sounds below are from Super Smash Bros., but I'm not sure if they are unused or not, so if you have played it you can help me by discussing in the talk page. Remember that even when the sound is in the Sound Test, it is not always used.

Unused sounds

Update: This seems to be a slightly low pitched version of Samus' Grapple Beam.
Update 2: Present in the Sound Test as Sound no. 179.

Update: Present in the Sound Test as Sound no. 189.

Update: Present in the Sound Test as Sound no. 158.

Update: Present in the Sound Test as Sound no. 144.

Update: Present in the Sound Test as Sound no. 71, between Mario's sounds.

Resembles the Arwings' sounds in Sector Z, but they use different sound effects. According to the original name of the file (which I got from here), "Pikachu - Thunderbolt Rising", it is related with Pikachu and may be related to his Thunder or Thunder Jolt attack.
Update: Present in the Sound Test as Sound no. 139, between Pikachu's and Captain Falcon's sounds.

May sound to be related to the Star Rod, but it sounds more like a menu option noise.
Update: This seems to be a slightly high pitched version of the sound effect that plays when you get a Starman.

Update: Present in the Sound Test as Sound no. 157.

Credits

4Kids Productions was also added to the credits in international version for Pokémon voices in the US.

Names

Japanese International
Programmer Programmers
Designer Designers
Supporter Support
Voice Actor Voice Actors
Original Game's Staff Original Game Staff
  • Some categories had minor fixes, mostly being changed to plural.
Japanese International
David Wise RARE
Mika Kanai Rachael Lillis
  • Mika Kanai and Rachael Lillis are Jigglypuff's voice actor in Japan and US respectively, and therefore it had to be changed.

Credit Boxes

Hmmm...
To do:
More, I guess.
  • All instances where a game is refered by its Japanese name were changed in the North American version to its name in that region, such as Pocket Monster becoming Pokémon. Some games also had their names changed in the PAL version; the changes include:
North America Europe
EarthBound Earthbound
StarFox64 LYLATWARS
Kirby Super Star Kirby's FUN PAK
  • Koji Kondo
Japan US
'Super MarioBros'
'Legend of Zelda'
'StarFox64'
Original Sound Composing
'Super Mario Bros.'
'The Legend of Zelda'
'StarFox64'
Original Sound Composing

"Super Mario Bros." was missing the dot in the end, didn't had a space betwen "Mario" and "Bros", and "The Legend of Zelda" was missing the first word in the beginning. These errors were fixed by the localization team.

  • RARE
Japan US
'Super Donkey Kong'
Original Sound Composing
'Donkey Kong Country'
Original Sound Composing
Rendered 3-D Donkey Kong
Character used with
permission of Rare.

The original version forgot some things that Rare did to the game, which were then added by the localization team. They also added a dot in the end, something that other credit boxes doesn't follow.

  • Benimaru Itoh
Japan US
´Pokemon Stadium´
Source Modeling Chief



´Pokémon Stadium´
Source Modeling Chief



  • NINTENDO CO.,Ltd
Japan International
60 KAMITAKAMATSU-CHO
FUKUINE,HIGASHIYAMA-KU
KYOTO, 605-8660 JAPAN
http://www.nitendo.co.jp


60 KAMITAKAMATSU-CHO
FUKUINE,HIGASHIYAMA-KU
KYOTO, 605-8660 JAPAN



The adress to Nintendo's Japanese site was removed.