Don Reisinger had the chance to play Super Smash Bros Brawl and was quite pleased with the results. Check out his thoughts on the popular Nintendo title.
This has got to be my number one game for the Wii!
This is one of those rare gems among games, where you can just pick up a controller, glance at the control list and jump on in! It's fast paced and incredibly fun.
Graphics and Sound 5/5
Honestly, Nintendo REALLY outdid themselves this time around. The graphics are outta sight! The battlers, the moves, items and (best of all) the Final Smashes are MIND-BLOWING! As for the sound, Nintendo has brought not only songs from SSBM back, but they took music from a whole manner of my favorite games (I was so shocked and happy when I saw Sector 1 under the Metroid section) and souped em' all up to epic sizes!
Morality issues 3/5
This is where SSBB lets me down. As with many people here, I have something against Zero Suit Samus' clothing. I mean, not only does it reveal her form to a shockingly high degree, it's gotta chafe like crazy! Never once has Samus Aran struck me as someone who would indulge in such vulgar stuff. She probably isn't trying to be more…alluring, but it does cause the mind to wander.
End Result? 4/5
Despite some issues, this game is still my favorite game for the Wii to date. If you're a Wii owner and are looking for a nice party game, look no further than Super Smash Bros Brawl.
A group of Nintendo characters must face an old blue tyrant who is trying to rule the world of Super Smash Bros Brawl then they meet new faces with they're'e new characters like Sonic (SEGA) and Snake, They also have to defeat the colleagues Wario and friends and the former secondary antagonist The Sorcerer (as his actual name) and a bunch of new bosses. Written by
I shared the game that changed my life and its name is Super Smash Bros Brawl. Here's to hoping that Super Smash Bros 4 gives me a greater feeling than Brawl when it gets released this year.