Bowser Gets Modded Into The Original Super Smash Bros.

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Screenshot: Smash Remix

Smash Remix, a very cool fan project that’s constantly adding new fighters and stages to the original N64 game, has just got Bowser up and running.

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You can see him in action below, not just in the main game but some mini-games as well:

Considering he had to be pretty much built from scratch, he looks (and moves) great!

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Oh, there’s also Giga Bowser too, along with loads of other stuff you can check out in the latest update log.

If you’d like to play Smash Remix, just grab your perfectly legal Smash 64 ROM, then head on over here for the files you need.

Luke Plunkett is a Senior Editor based in Canberra, Australia. He has written a book on cosplay, designed a game about airplanes, and also runs cosplay.kotaku.com.

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firedragon400
MegaBlastoise

Nintendo will never do this, but I'd love if, either for the NSO or an N64 Mini, they do a Director's Cut of Smash 64. Bring in the cut characters (Marth, Bowser, Mewtwo, Dedede) with their own Board the Platforms and Break the Targets stages, as well as allowing Metal Mine, Duel Zone, and Final Destination to be playable.