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Chronicle is an option in the Vault section of Super Smash Bros. Brawl. It contains a near-comprehensive list of all titles published by Nintendo as of December 2007 in the Japanese and North American version and up to March 14, 2008 in the European version, for the Game & Watch, Nintendo Entertainment System, Game Boy (and Game Boy Color), Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Virtual Boy, Nintendo 64, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo GameCube, Nintendo DS and Wii. More titles are added to the list as the player collects new trophies and stickers that refer to those games. 
Some minor differences exist in the Chronicle between different regional releases of Brawl. Notably, the NTSC versions of the game give specific release dates for games on the list (although the North American version only lists specific days for more recent games), but the PAL versions restrict all releases to year only.
Furthermore, the selection of games listed is changed between regions. While some involve merely changing the name of the game to the region's official name (such as Yoshi into Mario and Yoshi in the NES section), others are exclusive to certain regions. For example, several games focusing on American sports icons, such as games starring baseball player Ken Griffey, Jr. or basketball player Kobe Bryant, are exclusive to the North American list; meanwhile, a selection of games created by Rare both prior and during the time Nintendo co-owned them are exclusive to the PAL lists.
Exclusive to the Japanese version is a section for Famicom Disk System games. The Korean version removed the Chronicle option altogether.
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