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Hailing from the '90s

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Hailing from the '90s (対決! 1990年代生まれ, Showdown! Born in the 1990s), known as Fighting in the Nineties in PAL regions, was an Event Tourney that ran from 6 a.m. on February 21, 2020 to 6 a.m. on February 24, 2020 (UTC). During the event, only characters and stages that originated from games released in Japan during the 1990s could be used.

Description[edit]

This tourney features fighters and stages that were created in the '90s!
The further you advance, the better the spirit you'll win![1]

Rules[edit]

Available fighters[edit]

The character selection screen for Hailing from the '90s.
Fighters
Yoshi SSBU.png
Yoshi
Symbol of the Yoshi series.
Kirby SSBU.png
Kirby
KirbySymbol.svg
Fox SSBU.png
Fox
StarFoxSymbol.svg
Pikachu SSBU.png
Pikachu
PokemonSymbol.svg
Ness SSBU.png
Ness
EarthboundSymbol.svg
Captain Falcon SSBU.png
Captain Falcon
FZeroSymbol.svg
Jigglypuff SSBU.png
Jigglypuff
PokemonSymbol.svg
Sheik SSBU.png
Sheik
ZeldaSymbol.svg
Dr. Mario SSBU.png
Dr. Mario
Symbol of the Mario series.
Pichu SSBU.png
Pichu
PokemonSymbol.svg
Falco SSBU.png
Falco
StarFoxSymbol.svg
Marth SSBU.png
Marth
FireEmblemSymbol.svg
Young Link SSBU.png
Young Link
ZeldaSymbol.svg
Ganondorf SSBU.png
Ganondorf
ZeldaSymbol.svg
Mewtwo SSBU.png
Mewtwo
PokemonSymbol.svg
Meta Knight SSBU.png
Meta Knight
KirbySymbol.svg
Wario SSBU.png
Wario
Symbol of the WarioWare series.
Pokémon Trainer (solo) SSBU.pngSquirtle SSBU.pngIvysaur SSBU.pngCharizard SSBU.png
Pokémon Trainer (Squirtle, Ivysaur, Charizard)
PokemonSymbol.svg
Diddy Kong SSBU.png
Diddy Kong
Symbol of the DK series.
Sonic SSBU.png
Sonic
SonicSymbol.svg
King Dedede SSBU.png
King Dedede
KirbySymbol.svg
Wolf SSBU.png
Wolf
StarFoxSymbol.svg
Cloud SSBU.png
Cloud
FinalFantasySymbol.svg
Richter SSBU.png
Richter
Symbol of the Castlevania series.
King K. Rool SSBU.png
King K. Rool
Symbol of the DK series.
taken from here
Banjo & Kazooie
Official symbol for the Banjo-Kazooie series.
https://twitter.com/SmashBrosJP/status/1169388880182689792
Terry
FatalFurySymbol.svg

Available stages[edit]

Stages
SSBU-Final Destination.jpg
Final Destination
Symbol of the Smash Bros. series.
SSBU-Peach's Castle.png
Peach's Castle
Symbol of the Mario series.
SSBU-Kongo Jungle.png
Kongo Jungle
Symbol of the DK series.
SSBU-Hyrule Castle.png
Hyrule Castle
ZeldaSymbol.svg
SSBU-Yoshi's Island (SSB).png
Super Happy Tree
Symbol of the Yoshi series.
SSBU-Dream Land.png
Dream Land
KirbySymbol.svg
SSBU-Saffron City.jpg
Saffron City
PokemonSymbol.svg
SSBU-Princess Peach's Castle.png
Princess Peach's Castle
Symbol of the Mario series.
SSBU-Rainbow Cruise.png
Rainbow Cruise
Symbol of the Mario series.
SSBU-Jungle Japes.png
Jungle Japes
Symbol of the DK series.
SSBU-Yoshi's Island (SSBM).png
Yoshi's Island (Melee)
Symbol of the Yoshi series.
SSBU-Yoshi's Story.png
Yoshi's Story
Symbol of the Yoshi series.
SSBU-Fountain of Dreams.png
Fountain of Dreams
KirbySymbol.svg
SSBU-Green Greens.png
Green Greens
KirbySymbol.svg
SSBU-Corneria.png
Corneria
StarFoxSymbol.svg
SSBU-Venom.png
Venom
StarFoxSymbol.svg
SSBU-Onett.png
Onett
EarthboundSymbol.svg
SSBU-Mushroom Kingdom II.png
Mushroom Kingdom II
Symbol of the Mario series.
SSBU-Big Blue.png
Big Blue
FZeroSymbol.svg
SSBU-Fourside.jpg
Fourside
EarthboundSymbol.svg
SSBU-Yoshi's Island (SSBB).png
Yoshi’s Island
Symbol of the Yoshi series.
SSBU-Halberd.png
Halberd
KirbySymbol.svg
SSBU-Shadow Moses Island 2.jpg
Shadow Moses Island
MetalGearSymbol.svg
SSBU-Green Hill Zone.png
Green Hill Zone
SonicSymbol.svg
SSBU-Gerudo Valley.png
Gerudo Valley
ZeldaSymbol.svg
SSBU-Dream Land (3DS).png
Dream Land GB
KirbySymbol.svg
SSBU-Mute City (3DS).png
Mute City SNES
FZeroSymbol.svg
SSBU-The Great Cave Offensive.png
The Great Cave Offensive
KirbySymbol.svg
SSBU-Pilotwings.png
Pilotwings
PilotwingsSymbol.svg
SSBU-Suzaku Castle.png
Suzaku Castle
StreetFighterSymbol.svg
SSBU-Midgar.jpg
Midgar
FinalFantasySymbol.svg

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese 対決! 1990年代生まれ Showdown! Born in the 1990s
USA English (NTSC) Hailing from the '90s
UK English (PAL) Fighting in the Nineties
France French Fans des années 90 Fans of the 90's
Germany German Retro Reloaded: 90er-Smash! Retro Reloaded : 90s Smash!
Italy Italian Combattere negli anni '90 Fighting in the 90's
Spain Spanish Nacidos en los noventa Born in the nineties
China Chinese (Simplified) 重返90年代大对决! Back to the 90s showdown!
Taiwan Chinese (Traditional) 重返90年代大對決! Back to the 90s showdown!
South Korea Korean 대결! 1990년대생 Showdown! Born in the 1990s
Netherlands Dutch Terug naar de jaren 90! Back to the 90's!
Russia Russian Обрaтно в девяностые Back to the Nineties

Trivia[edit]

  • The banner for the event pays homage to Pokemon Red and Blue, Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, Final Fantasy VII, Sonic the Hedgehog, Kirby's Dream Land and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
  • Character eligibility appears to be based on the Japanese release year of their base costume, not any alternate costumes. Hero was not present despite Solo originating from the 1990s; the Pokémon Trainer was present despite their female costume originating from the 2000s.
  • Spiral Mountain is the only stage from a 1990s game not present in the event.
    • This could arguably also apply to Kongo Falls, Castle Siege, Coliseum and King of Fighters Stadium, as while these stages are not based on specific games, the concepts originate from Donkey Kong Country, Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light, and Fatal Fury: King of Fighters respectively, all of which were released in the 1990s.
  • Mushroom Kingdom II is present in the event despite coming from a 1980s game (1987's Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic in Japan and 1988's Super Mario Bros. 2 in North America), because Super Mario Bros. 2 itself (known as Super Mario USA in Japanese) first released in Japan in 1992.
  • The European/Australian name may be a reference to Maurizio De Jorio's song "Running in the 90s".
  • Final Destination is present in the event, but not Battlefield, despite both originating from the original Super Smash Bros.. This is likely due to Smash 64's variation of Battlefield having a different name, being known as Duel Zone.

References[edit]