Thanks a lot, I appreciate it. I don't recall ever saying I was doing a series of reviews on gamecube games ONLY, I actually plan on doing some NES reviews since there are absolutely ZERO on the website here (I'm writing up Kirby's Adventure, right now, should be done in a few days).
Also, I don't prefer Melee or Brawl to another. They're both very good games in their own merits, and I respect Nintendo and Masahiro Sakurai for putting together such a great series for fans and gamers alike. That we can agree on, right?
Super Smash Bros. Melee is the critically-acclaimed sequel to the original Nintendo mascot fighter and succeeds on all its merits. While the original began with its bare-bones idea and lacked content to back up a stronger following, it was thankfully saved by its successor SSBM a few years later. I'd be lying if I said the simplicity of the original SSB isn't fun, but Melee's advancements in technology and features were welcomed for adding so much. Even a detailed review is nowhere near enough to cover the content in this massive game, especially for a mascot fighter with such a humble beginning.