Captain Falcon is a minor character in the SMG4 series.
He is a character in Nintendo's F-Zero series of video games, co-created by Takaya Imamura and Shigeru Miyamoto. In SMG4’s bloopers, he makes a handful of cameos in various minor roles.
- 1 Episodic Appearances
- 1.1 R64: Stupid Smash Bros
- 1.2 SMG4: Marioception
- 1.3 SMG4: Mario Battle Royale
- 1.4 SMG4: The Smash 5 Trials
- 1.5 SMG4: The New Smash Bros
- 1.6 2 MILLION FAN COLLABERATION SPECIAL! (SSENMODNAR)
- 1.7 SMG4: My Mario Academia
- 1.8 SMG4: Stupid Mario 3D All-Stars
- 1.9 SMG4: Steve VS Smash Bros
- 1.10 SMG4: The Resurrection
- 1.11 SMG4: Nintendo Gets Deleted
- 2 Trivia
In his debut, Captain Falcon is sent out by Master Hand to deal with Mario. The F-Zero racer then shouts, “show me your boobs!” before repeatedly saying “yes!” and subsequently shaking his body over and over again, despite Mario using Falco as a projectile. As a result of Mario unable to fight back, Falcon repeatedly jabs the plumber before Kirby swoops in and inhales them. The Captain then Falcon Punches the puffball’s tongue, before the latter promptly spits them out, in addition to Ness and Lucas. When King Dedede activates his final smash (The Big Gay Dance), he subsequently turns a direct conflict into a dancing session, resulting in Master Hand questioning if everyone was on drugs. Captain Falcon then repeatedly shakes his body, alongside saying “yes!” the same amount of times.
He appears in Toad's dream.
He appears on the plane at the beginning.
He makes a cameo staring at Mario, who is showing off his celebration and dancing over the new Super Smash Bros. game. When Master Hand greets the newcomers, the original 12 characters that appeared in the original Smash Bros. Game stand on a platform (with Mario showing off). Captain Falcon is among the characters, but appears being shadowed by the intensity of the fire.
The F-Zero racer appears at the beginning of the video getting ready for a regular Super Smash Bros. battle, shouting once again, “show me your boobs!” before repeatedly saying “yes!” and subsequently shaking his body over and over again. As such, when Crazy Hand showed up and sucked them all in for his twisted versions of “fun modes”, Captain Falcon however repeatedly shaked his body over and over again while perpetually saying “yes!”.
He appears as the heroes’ instructor.
Bob summons copies of him to attack three Cacodemons.
He gets into a fight with Kazuma Kiryu and is run over by Dante.
- Most of Captain Falcon's lines come from the Super Smash Bros. series, which include "Yes!", "Show me your moves!", and "Come on!"
- Captain Falcon in Super Smash Bros. (and by extension, the SMG4's version Falcon) is voiced by Ryo Horikawa, the Japnaese seiyuu best known for voicing Vegeta.
- Coincidentally, in SMG4: My Mario Academia, besides his signature "Yes!," Captain Falcon also says All Might's iconic "I am here!" line. This particular line is delivered by Chris Sabat, who is best known for the English voice of Vegeta.