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''Melee'' was designed to take full advantage of the [[Nintendo GameCube]]'s higher processing power and feature many characters who could not be included in the first ''Smash'' game. The game was first revealed during E3 2001 where a playable demo version of the game was available and with a release date of November 21, 2001 in Japan, December 3rd, 2001 for North America, and later released to the rest of the world by May, 2002.
 
''Melee'' was designed to take full advantage of the [[Nintendo GameCube]]'s higher processing power and feature many characters who could not be included in the first ''Smash'' game. The game was first revealed during E3 2001 where a playable demo version of the game was available and with a release date of November 21, 2001 in Japan, December 3rd, 2001 for North America, and later released to the rest of the world by May, 2002.
   
''Melee'' is widely considered to be an important game for the ''[[Fire Emblem (series)|Fire Emblem]]'' franchise as it is the first exposure of ''Fire Emblem'' in the west. The ''Fire Emblem'' franchise debut in the Smash series in this game through two representatives: [[Marth]] and [[Roy]]. [[Leif]] was briefly considered instead of Roy, however the latter was chosen as a means to promote the upcoming ''[[Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade]]''. Prior to localization, the developers considered removing Marth and Roy from the game as the ''Fire Emblem'' series was purely Japan exclusive at the time. They were ultimately kept due to the favorable attention received by both characters during the localization, prompting them to keep them in all versions of the game. It is due in part to their representation in ''Melee'' and the solid sales of [[Intelligent Systems]]'s other tactical RPG game [[Advance Wars]] that Nintendo would begin releasing the ''Fire Emblem'' series worldwide starting with the seventh title [[Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade]], simply called ''Fire Emblem''.
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''Melee'' is widely considered to be an important game for the ''[[Fire Emblem (series)|Fire Emblem]]'' franchise as it is the first exposure of ''Fire Emblem'' in the west. The ''Fire Emblem'' franchise debut in the Smash series in this game through two representatives. [[Marth]] and [[Roy]] made the final cuts. [[Leif]] was briefly considered instead of Roy, however the latter was chosen as a means to promote the upcoming ''[[Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade]]''. Prior to localization, the developers considered removing Marth and Roy from the game as the ''Fire Emblem'' series was purely Japan exclusive at the time. They were ultimately kept due to the favorable attention received by both characters during the localization, prompting them to keep them in all versions of the game. It is due in part to their representation in ''Melee'' and the solid sales of [[Intelligent Systems]]'s other tactical RPG game [[Advance Wars]] that Nintendo would begin releasing the ''Fire Emblem'' series worldwide starting with the seventh title [[Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade]], simply called ''Fire Emblem''.
   
 
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