Best Super Smash Bros. Games

The Top Ten
1 Super Smash Bros. Brawl

I'm surprised this is #1, because I was expecting Melee to take #1. So far, Brawl is my favorite Smash game. I played the HECK out of it back in the spring and summer of 2008 (got it for my 11th birthday). It had a fantastic roster that was getting more diverse (adding non-Nintendo characters like Sonic and Snake), and also introducing Lucas (which drew me towards playing the Mother series). It also had Subspace Emissary, and it's a lot of fun to play through.
It's a shame that Brawl is the black sheep of the Smash Bros games. It gets a lot of flack, especially from Melee fans (the rabid Melee fans seem to hate any Smash game that isn't Melee in general, sadly...)

2 Super Smash Bros. for Wii U

My ranking of all the games, from worst to best:

5. Brawl: Don't hate me... The game has sluggish gameplay and RANDOM TRIPPING! The online also sucked, back when it still existed.
4. Smash 64: VERY Underrated, I don't know why people say it is clunky. It has a lot of nostalgia involved with it.
3. Smash 3DS: Still fun, even if it is downgraded for a portable console. DLC makes the game even better, and Smash Run is also the BEST EXCLUSIVE MODE IN THE WHOLE SERIES! (Even better than The Subspace Emissary)
2. Melee: Very fast-paced, which makes it great for competitive gaming, and the single player modes are all really fun.
1. Smash Wii U: Has the best gameplay, the most content, a functional online mode, and DLC to improve the game and make it appeal to a wider audience.

3 Super Smash Bros. Melee

One of my favorite GameCube games to my childhood days. I actually like this second installment because the atmosphere of the game is quite fun and amusing at times. With the arrival of 12 newcomers (Ice Climbers, Marth, Roy, Peach, Bowser, Falco, MG&W, Zelda/Sheik, Mewtwo, Pichu, Young Link and Ganondorf), new music, new features and some brand new stages with the returning stages of SSB64, it's quite a good game from this premodern console. Although there are some few flaws like the game speed and the game mechanics from the character, it's certainly a game that you want to play it again due to the replay value. This game is not the best on the Smash series and not bad either, it's a good game on the GameCube era. I give it a 7.5/10.

4 Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Come on. Why isn't this the number smash game. I mean seriously. Everyone is here! Anything you like from other smash games, besides Subspace Emissary, is in tye game. Along with other amazing extra things such as Squad Strike and Spirit Board.
How could you not like this game. You like Pichu, Snake, Young Link, Pokemon trainer, but didn't get some of them in Brawl or Smash 4. Well... Smash Ultimate has it all. Not to mention it's not missing many stages at all. I thought Smash 4's stage count was ridiculous, but then I got Smash Ultimate, and WOW! All these stages are so much fun.
I don't know about you, but when you have everything in a game, why wouldn't it be better than it's predecessors.

5 Super Smash Bros.

You cannot even argue that this game is best! The N64 graphics & etc are perfect! I love this game no matter what. I especially love the story & crossover characters.

Oh yeah! The N64 days! The first game that I have to see the Nintendo characters fight each other on the T.V. screen! It was one of my favorite N64 games.

This game started a good series All the stages and characters are perfect 8/10

6 Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS

I like the portable smash bros because it is an easy game to pick up and play in the car. Gameplay wise it isn't the best though

Nintendo lost their creative streak when it came to names for this and Wii U.

I'll say it should be at least third because it's a little worse than wii u because wii u has eight player smash and it's just fine. I have smash brawl and the problem is that it has a not much things in it, and melee and smash normal has not too good graphics.

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