To add what Blade said, I think if you are used to Brawl or Melee, the original SSB won't hold your interest for long. With that being said, I think the character selection, while smaller than the other versions, had better variety in terms of strengths and weaknesses. Each character (with my personal exception of DK) can become a powerhouse in the right hands by exploiting their individual strengths, while capitalizing on your opponents shortcomings, which were very drastic in the original SBB (much more of a rock / paper / scissors vibe than Melee and Brawl). Spikes and throws were also more important as well, I think it's still a good game to get if you can find others to play against, though the single player will likely bore quickly after unlocking the four additional characters.
I haven't played the original Smash Bros in a long, long time. Is there any good reason, other than for nostalgia sake, to get it when the Wii version of the game is so good? Maybe I'm wrong, but I'm guessing the original feels outdated and doesn't really offer anything that the newer versions don't.
Did you make sure it contained any actual precious metals?
HOLY SHIT ORDERED
oh man that felt good
Tempted to get one just to reserve its 1 in a 1000 status for collectors...