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  • This is one of my favorites, if not, my absolute favorite title for the Wii
  • Overall, I am amazed and very impressed by all aspects of Super Smash Bros
  • If you own a Wii and don't have this title, I'd strongly recommend it as it's sure to become an instant classic with you as it did with me, and bring back memories of playing the original great Super Smash Bros
  • The new Adventure Mode - The Subspace Emissary features a very exciting storyline with an interesting way of playing through different worlds and levels with 1 or 2 players


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      This is one of my favorites, if not, my absolute favorite title for the Wii. The hours of entertainment available crammed onto one disk is mind-boggling with this game. Overall, I am amazed and very impressed by all aspects of Super Smash Bros. Brawl. This game has several different modes of play, incredible graphics, especially for Wii, high-quality sound effects and enjoyable music with a vast number of tracks to listen to, several characters to pick and play as, and a very clever and imaginative design of enemies and story line, particularly in the Adventure Mode called ‘The Subspace Emissary’. If you own a Wii and don’t have this title, I’d strongly recommend it as it’s sure to

      become an instant classic with you as it did with me, and bring back memories of playing the original great Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 64, the classic predecessor which has been revamped for the Wii.

      As I mentioned earlier, there are several different modes of play in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. In Group mode, you can play Brawl, Special Brawl, Rotation, and Tourney. Brawl is probably the most basic way of gameplay and sets the standard, if you will, for the game. With 1-4 players, this way of gameplay lets you choose 2 to 4 human or CPU players and battle with them on a large selection of stages, and also lets you customize the rules to your liking. Special Brawl is very similar to Brawl, with the only difference being more ways to customize the rules and way to play and battle. In Rotation mode, you can play with up to 16 players, which is ideal for parties or larger groups of people. In Tourney mode, you can play with up to 32 players where there is only one winner after it’s over. In Solo mode, you can play Classic, Adventure Mode - The Subspace Emissary, Events, Stadium, and Training. The Classic mode is just like the mode of play with Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 64 where you compete against foes and work your way up. The new Adventure Mode - The Subspace Emissary ...


      • Super Smash Bros. Brawl for Wii
      features a very exciting storyline with an interesting way of playing through different worlds and levels with 1 or 2 players. To me, this is one of the most impressive features of Super Smash Bros. Brawl, with an intriguing storyline and several different types of enemies to defeat along the way. Events is a way to play with 1 or 2 players, working your way through different stages and different objectives. In Stadium, you can do Target Smash, Home-run Contest, or Multi-man Brawl using 1 or 2 players. Lastly, there is Training which is just 1 player with in-game customizable options and rules to familiarize yourself with the game and learn how to play. You can keep track
      of your own statistics by creating a name for yourself and using it in the different modes of play.

      The graphics in Super Smash Bros. Brawl are also rather impressive, especially for the Wii, a gaming console which is not necessarily known for its intense graphic capabilities. Also featuring great, high-quality sound effects and a very vast selection of in-game music to enjoy during gameplay, several characters to pick and play as in all modes of play, and a very interesting storyline and clever, originally designed series of enemies in The Subspace Emissary. If you’re looking for a Wii game to play by yourself or with groups of people, Super Smash Bros. Brawl is an excellent choice and I’d recommend it to anyone.




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Marisa says :

re : This is one of my favorites, if not, my absolute favorite title for the Wii
Super Smash Bros. Brawl is one of the best games I have ever played on a Wii. It is a great follow-up for Super Smash Bros. Melee. Super Smash Bros. Brawl is a multiplayer fighting game that allows you to play as some of your favorite Nintendo characters. It’s best played with a couple friends, but can also be enjoyable for a single player. It has an amazing campaign that is about 10 hours long. It also has a great stage builder that you can use to make a stage and then play it. I highly recommend it for any one that loves Nintendo characters.

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