Super Smash Bros. Brawl

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Super Smash Bros. Brawl

Super Smash Bros. Brawl

  • See your selection Smash Bros. character, redesigned from their most past games, fighting onto your concealment erst again!
  • A patron of newborn characters to fisticuffs with, including Sonic, Pit from Kid Icarus, Wario and Diddy Kong
  • More than a dozen gorgeously-rendered stages
  • New primary moves and attacks, including the start Final Smash
  • New items and support trophies

The ordinal text in Nintendo’s favourite Super Smash Bros. plane concern debuts on the Wii in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Loaded with every the characters and features players hit idolized from the digit preceding versions, nonnegative such more, it is a commendable constituent to the program and still added must-have denomination for the Nintendo Wii. Engage the anger with Super Smash Bros. Brawl! The ordinal text of the unbelievably flourishing Super Smash Bros. program is today on the Wii, The listing islonger than ever, but that meet effectuation more laughingstock to squawk crossways over a dozen different, graphic-rich stages with example moves, newborn restricted moves, and a brand-new caretaker move titled Final Smash! Old favourites same Mario, Link, Peach and Kirby are today connected by suc

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  1. 126 of 149 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Mega-Title lives up the the Mega-Hype, March 9, 2008
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    Kevin J. Loria (New Orleans, LA USA) –
      

    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Super Smash Bros. Brawl (Video Game)
    Even though I was Nintendo label die-hard and fan of their coin-op franchise from the beginning, Super Smash Bros or brawl titles in general haven’t interested me too much.
    So the most anticipated title of 2008 wasn’t guaranteed to strike my electric fancy. But, when you add WI-FI play for free online brawling and custom controls in order to configure anything from the Wii controllers to the old school (4 variations on play) you’ve got me curious. Add to that the longest list of cross-title cross-era characters ever produced (Thirtysomethings: remember “Battle of the Network Stars” ). Characters from `87s’ Kid Icarus (Pit) and Metal Gear’s Snake, Pikachu and various Pokemon. Loads of Mario characters including the man himself: Diddy and Donkey Kong (Donkey Kong dating from Mario’s 1981 coin-op premiere of the title of the same name), Wario, Yoshi, Princess Peach, Bowser, and more. Other melee cameos include the Ice Climbers, Metroids’ Zero Suit Samus, Kirby, King Dedede and his Meta Knight, Sonic, LINK & Zelda (from ’86 and on), Star Fox, Lucas & friends from Mother 3… and lots of other unlockables. Some noteable, but Non-playable, assist trophies include Devil from Devil World, Star Fox’s Andross, Mr. Resetti from Animal Crossing, Little Mac from Tyson’s Punch-Out and even Excitebike (’85) is on the scene. What is particularly cool about these appearances is the consistency of style for each character regardless of genre or era of the characters. Nintendo has outdone itself on graphics on this one, even when they are “dumbing” down the graphics for cross-game effect. The sound effects are true to this as well, with as many retro SFXs as cool new ones.

    Options for play include Solo vs. PC, Multiplayer play vs. 3 friends or on-line options. Other options include the Classic game (you beat `em you advance) or a storyplay campaign which is surprisingly worthwhile. The variety of Brawl locations and is amazingly broad as are the detailing of each location gimmicks. From Yoshi’s Island to a stadium to the exterior of a StarFox ship sailing the stratosphere, this alone will extend the life of BRAWL’s replay longevity. Characters move satisfyingly fluid, and their variety per character is exciting.

    The Mini-games are fun and nice samplings of other titles, both new and old. If fact, many of these made me ready to seek out some games I hadn’t looked at before. If anything BRAWL is a great sampler title.

    Super Smash Bros. Brawl is going to be top of the “4 player fighting” genre for some time to come, I think. Well worth the release push-back.

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  2. 151 of 169 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Everything about this game screams “Epic Nintendo Game”, March 14, 2008
    By 
    Peter Marreck “technophile” (Port Washington, NY USA) –
      

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    I wasn’t much of a console gamer for a long time after the N64, but one game that stood out on it was Super Smash Bros. Fast forward to 2008 and I broke down and got a Wii for the party-gaming potential. I have not been disappointed. Yesterday, this game arrived.

    Oh boy. This is a heck of a lot of fun. The number of things to do is incredible. You can even practice your character’s moves against your choice of inert or active opponents. Nintendo seems to have intended this game to be epic as they not only include an in-game retrospective of the entire line of Nintendo gaming products going back all the way to the NES, they include time-limited trial versions of the classic games.

    Wifi works wonderfully. Online matches are frantic and fun.

    One odd thing is that the wireless pointer feature of your wii controller is completely inert once you load the game. This is one area where they shouldn’t have stuck to their roots- it feels silly to move a token with the analog joystick when I could theoretically just point at the character I want to use. But you get used to it.

    If you have a kid, he will spend months getting all the unlocks (there are lots). If you have a kid inside you, you will rediscover some console joy.

    The maps are pretty amusing/crazy. They touch on many themes/ideas from previous Nintendo works. Put it this way: There is a Pictochat map. The terrain is drawn as you play… Many maps have destructible terrain or areas you cannot jump up through, which adds a strategic element.

    The characters are varied and seem very well-balanced against each other. (Aside: I love how the announcer says “KING DEDEDE” so seriously.)

    If you are completely new to the game, you still have a pretty good shot at winning by button-mashing, which I consider a good feature. If you have mastered the combos and moves however, you still have the advantage.

    I haven’t played the adventure mode much but it is also fun.

    You pretty much have to buy this game if you own a Wii. This is as much a Wii-defining game as Super Mario Galaxy or Wii Sports is.

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  3. 287 of 321 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great for 10-yr-old!, June 21, 2008
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    Curly Willow “[C]ourage is a prerequisite for… (Coto de Caza, CA, United States) –
      

    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
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    My 10 y/o son LOVES this game! I am usually pretty careful about how much and which video games I let him play (this is the only “T” rated game he has, and he only has 1 E-10 game, everything else he has is “E” rated). The action/violence level is relatively tame — all cartoon characters battling eachother, no blood, no visible injuries, the character who loses the battle kind of flies out of the scene. The battling itself isn’t very graphic, with highly fictionalized “weapons.” That said, my son and his friends love the game, lots of interesting “level-ups” and plot twists, plus fun characters you’ll recognize from elsewhere.

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