Smash Bros. DOJO!! updates
From 2007 up to the release of Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Smash Bros. DOJO!!, the website dedicated to information about the game and hosted by the game's chief developer Masahiro Sakurai, underwent a redesign and proceeded to show pieces of new information about the game at a rate of once every weekday. This article covers each update provided by Sakurai to the DOJO!!, some reworded.
List of updates
This list of updates covers all updates posted from February 1 to the present.
With Super Smash Bros. Brawl having been recently released in Japan, the site displayed a rather large promotional image of the game, along with a slight redesign that now accommodated players who did not want to see spoilers of the game, making the main page of DOJO no longer a blog-style page where the newest update was automatically shown.
After the year-long week-by-week run of updates, a scant few updates concerning player-submitted data were posted sporadically.
On June 27, 2008, the update "Snapshots Galore #3" was posted to commemorate the release of Brawl in the UK.  This time around, the Japanese version of the update  can have its captioned viewed in any of the 5 languages Smashbros.com supports.
Following this, in mid 2009, a notice was posted that announced that as of June 30th, 2009, the service that accepts user-generated snapshots, stage designs, and replay data would no longer be available. However, Nintendo would continue to distribute such data after that date.
On August 22, 2008, the original version of the update "Target Smash!! and Home-Run Contest World Records" was posted. By that point, many replays of the Target Smash and Home Run Contest modes have been submitted from across the globe to the Nintendo Wi-Fi connection. From these videos Sakurai compiled a text-based list of "world records" for these modes, listing individual world records for each of the 39 playable fighters in each of the five Target Smash levels and the Home-Run Contest (as well as the top three co-op pairs for each of these modes). This list has since been replaced with a final, updated version up to date as of July 16, 2009, though the original update's text containing the link to the now-newly revised list has not been changed accordingly .