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  • This in my opinion is a great improvement and is the first time you will really want to play a Smash Bros
  • I suggest you avoid this mode and stick to local play on your own system
  • However the online may have disappointed me, the classic multi player of brawl and the newly added impressive single player are leading me to be even more impressed with this game

    • by Zark424
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      Super Smash Bros Brawl is the third game in an epic Nintendo series which pits the faces of its franchise against each other in an epic form of combat. The games is rated T for Teen by the ESRB. In the game there are single player, multi player and online modes that can be used.

      The single player is a great improvement from Super Smash Bros. Melee.

      The main single player mode is


      The Subspace Emissary. In this mode, you engage on a side scrolling adventure which contains cut scenes of high quality not normally seen on the Nintendo Wii.

      This in my opinion is a great improvement and is the first time you will really want to play a Smash Bros. game by yourself.

      The other one player modes include classic, all star, home run contest, and multi man melee. The games multi player is ...


      • where this game is truly set apart from the other.

        This multi player allows friends to take there favorite Nintendo characters and pit them against each other in a crazy form of combat. As always, the multi player does not disappoint and will keep you and your friend entertained for hours.

        However, the online play I felt was one of this games shortcomings. Nintendo’s wifi network is not very strong, it takes an

        extremely long time to load, and is just no fun waiting that long to play brawl.

        I suggest you avoid this mode and stick to local play on your own system. However the online may have disappointed me, the classic multi player of brawl and the newly added impressive single player are leading me to be even more impressed with this game.

        The Smash franchise has not disappointed yet and this is probably the best game yet.




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