Teens React returns with a new video sure to make anyone older than 25 feels like a dusty old skeleton! In the newest video in the hit series, the teens react to the oldest entry in Nintendo's flagship multiplayer mayhem franchise: Super Smash Bros. 64.

Even though Super Smash Bros. 64's graphics haven't aged well, its fun factor seems to have stayed intact since it was released in 1996 ("1996— that's the year I was born!" remarked one of the teens). Super Smash Bros. 64 lacks the complexity, scope, and presentational prowess of the later entries in the series, but the frantic fun of this multiplayer brawler is so universal even the most ADD-addled, tweeting-addicted tween can enjoy it. Something about watching Mario, Link, Samus, and Pikachu beat each other mercilessly appeals to people no matter their age.

Super Smash Bros. 3DS arrived stateside Oct.3, and has sold over three million copies since its release (in spite of its tendency to cause gamers to wreck their gamepads while playing). Super Smash Bros Wii U looms ever-closer, and will smash into homes Nov. 21.