Super Smash Bros Melee (Nintendo GameCube)  » Games  »
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  • It's quite possibly one of the best party games I've ever played, because cramming 10 people into a room and holding my own Smash Bros tournament is possibly one of the funnest things I've ever done

    • by Naoto

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      Though Melee is becoming somewhat ‘outdated’ with the emergence of Brawl, it still hold to be one of my favorite games for the GameCube. Most everyone knows the premise of the Smash Bros games, which is simply to beat the crap out of Nintendo characters while playing as Nintendo characters. It’s quite possibly one of the best party games I’ve ever played, because cramming 10 people into a room and holding my own Smash Bros tournament is possibly one of the funnest things I’ve ever done.

      This game is all-around excellent. Sure, it’s kind of a basic fighting game, but everything about it is fun to

      play. The large variety of characters available to play also adds to the overall fun value of the game. Each character has unique strengths and weaknesses, such as being faster or a harder hitter but being light and easy to throw off the stage. Naturally, your goal is to knock the other players off the stage and stay on yourself. The winner, depending on what mode you’re playing on, is the one who dies the least amount of times, gets the most kills, and/or stays alive the longest.

      To add to the variety, there are TONS of cool items to pick up and hit each-other with.

      • Even better is they’re all from previous Nintendo games. There’s tons of play value in this game, since it never really ends, there are tons of unlockables and collectables, and it’s fun to play with others or even by yourself. There’s so much variety and so many things to do it’s almost impossible to get bored of the game. Unless you’re playing for, like, 5 hours (which, by the way, is totally doable if you have a few competitive friends over).

        The graphics are great and the music is just as good. The controls are basically the same for all characters, but there are obviously differences

        from character to character due to different move sets. Regardless, though, they’re easy to pick up on and very fluent. And remember, controls are half of what make up a fighting game! There are tons of stages to choose from as well, and they’re almost all fun to play.

        This game is a definite must-have for everyone and anyone. Even if you already have Brawl, the slight differences from Melee and Brawl still makes it worth having. This game is flat out fun, and it’s great to play with a bunch of friends when you’re all in the mood to beat each-other with bats and fire flowers.

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