Options

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Options, known as Option in Super Smash Bros., is a menu that has appeared in all of the Smash games. As its name implies, the Options menu contains a variety of functions that help players modify how the games run.

In Super Smash Bros. 64[edit]

Option in Super Smash Bros.
  • Sound: Allows players to decide between monaural or stereo sound output.
  • Screen Adjust: Allows players to properly center the Nintendo 64's video output on their television set.
  • Backup Clear: Allows players to delete certain save data on their Smash 64 cartridge.

In Super Smash Bros. Melee[edit]

Options in Super Smash Bros. Melee
  • Rumble: Allows players to define which controllers rumble, as well as define which names will rumble.
  • Sound: Allows players to decide between monaural or stereo sound outputs, as well as define the balance of volume between sound effects and music.
  • Screen display: Allows for control over the deflicker.
  • Language: Allows players to decide between one of several languages that the game should be displayed in.
  • Erase Data: Allows players to delete certain save data from the GameCube's memory card.

In Super Smash Bros. Brawl[edit]

Options in Super Smash Bros. Brawl
  • Screen: Allows players to decide between 4:3 and 16:9 aspect ratios
  • Deflicker: Allows for control over the deflicker.
  • Rumble: Allows players to define which controllers rumble, as well as define which names will rumble.
  • Controls: Allows players to redefine the controls for their controllers and save such configurations to their names.
  • Sound: Allows players to define the balance of volume between sound effects and music.
  • My Music: Allows players to modify how frequently or infrequently they want a specific song to play on specific stages.
  • Erase Data: Allows players to delete certain save data from the Wii's internal memory.

In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS[edit]

Options in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS
  • Controls: Allows players to redefine the controls on the 3DS.
  • Sound: Allows players to modify the volume of sound effects, music, and speech.
  • Character outline: Allows players to decide between thick, thin, or no outlines around character models in-game.
  • Damage display: Allows players to decide whether to display the damage percentages, as well as where they should be displayed if they are enabled.
  • Internet Options: Allows players to modify a number of options related to online play.
    • SpotPass: Allows players to decide whether or not to receive notifications from Nintendo about Smash 4.
    • Data from Friends: Allows players to decide whether or not to receive Snapshots, Mii Fighters and Replay data from registered friends.
    • Share Info: Allows players to decide whether or not to send data about their playtime to Nintendo.
    • Broadcast: Allows players to decide whether or not to allow their With Anyone matches to be available for Spectator mode.
    • Profile: Allows players to modify their Friend Icon, personal message, and custom taunt messages.

In Super Smash Bros. for Wii U[edit]

Options in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
  • Controls: Allows players to alter the controls for the various controller options in the game.
  • Sound: Allows players to modify the volume of sound effects, music, and speech.
  • Internet Options: Allows players to modify a number of options related to online play.
    • SpotPass: Allows players to decide whether or not to receive notifications from Nintendo about Smash 4.
    • Share Info: Allows players to decide whether or not to send data about their playtime to Nintendo.
    • Data from Friends: Allows players to decide whether or not to receive Snapshots, Mii Fighters, Replay data and custom stages from registered friends.
    • Show Support: Allows players to choose whether to be prompted to post support messages after playing on Miiverse.
    • Broadcast: Allows players to decide whether or not to allow their With Anyone matches to be available for Spectator mode.
    • Mic Sensitiviy: Allows players to set the sensitivity of the Wii U GamePad microphone when used for voice chat in With Friends.
    • Profile: Allows players to modify their Friend Icon, personal message, and custom taunt messages.
  • My Music: Allows players to modify how frequently or infrequently they want a specific song to play on specific stages.
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