Today’s pic of the day from Masahiro Sakurai’s Director’s Room explains the way songs are named and the difference between songs arranged for this game and those from past games. Sakurai follows with two more posts, highlighting Mute City as an example of the diverse collection you can find, plus a look at the voices area. There’s a lot to listen to – are you a fan of the vast music collection in Super Smash Bros.? Let us know your favorite track!


We’ve included four versions of the Mute City music tracks. The regular Mute City track is from Melee, Ver. 2 is from Brawl and Ver. 3 was specifically arranged for the 3DS and Wii U versions. The track from the original game is in here too. This game probably has the most music tracks compared to any other game.


In Sounds, you can even listen to voices of some enemies. Metal Face has as many voice variations as the fighters…He’ll say something a little different when Shulk is on the field.