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A partial list of Metroid trophies in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U

A Trophy is an unlockable collectible in Super Smash Bros. Melee, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, and Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. Trophies were not present in Super Smash Bros., though profiles of only the twelve playable characters were, and the model could be rotated. After finishing 1 Player Mode, the character would turn into a doll instead of a trophy.

Melee contained 290 trophies (with three only accessible via an Action Replay or other hacking device), while Brawl contained 544, 251 more than in Melee (counting said three inaccessible trophies). Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS contains 686 trophies, while Wii U has 716. Aside from the collectible trophies, Brawl and onward also featured Assist Trophies which had any trophy the player summons directly assist them in battle, whether it be directly attacking the enemy, interfering with the environment to increase the player's odds, or even heal the player.

In Melee and Brawl, they were given standard flavor text descriptions. However, in 3DS and Wii U, the descriptions were delivered in a more tongue-and-cheek manner.

Collectible trophies do not return in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Instead, they have been replaced with Spirits.

Metroid-related trophies[]


  • Samus Aran (Classic) (unlocked by completing Classic Mode with Samus)
  • Samus Aran (Smash Red) (unlocked by completing Adventure Mode with Samus)
  • Samus Aran (Smash Blue) (unlocked by completing All-Star Mode with Samus)
  • Kraid (unlocked by unlocking Brinstar Depths)
  • Samus's Starship (unlocked by completing Brinstar in Adventure Mode)
  • Chozo Statue (unlocked randomly)
  • Screw Attack (unlocked randomly)
  • Ridley (unlocked randomly)
  • Metroid (unlocked randomly)
  • Samus Unmasked (one of the three normally inaccessible trophies unlocked by hacking)

Interestingly, all trophies state that Metroid was released in 1989 when it was actually first released in 1987 in North America.


Nintendo 3DS[]

  • Samus
  • Samus (Alt.)
  • Zero Suit Samus
  • Zero Suit Samus (Alt.)
  • Samus (Varia Suit)
  • Samus (Gravity Suit)
  • Kihunter
  • Geemer
  • Reo
  • Metroid
  • Dark Samus
  • Mother Brain
  • Screw Attack

Wii U[]

Trophy Boxes[]

  • The Beginning of Metroid
  • Other M
  • The Metroid Threat
  • The Other M Threat

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