A painstaking smash for Mr.Game and Watch

Alongside Star Wars: Rogue Squadron, Super Smash Bros was a game on the Gamecube that was completed and then completed again, until all characters were unlocked. This was completed solo and for those who remember the 2001 game, you needed to complete 1,000 battles in order to unlock the final character, Mr.Game and Watch. Something that was completed by myself and myself alone, with no friend input.

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