When it comes to interactive video enjoyment, Nintendo has cornered the market. Their 2008 release of the Super Smash Bros. Brawl has been received by kids and their families with astounding energy almost equal to the spectacular cartoon vigor of the online charmingly eccentric characters. Tough humor rules the air waves as legendary Nintendo fighting personnel don their gear and head out to do battle. With an ESRB rating of teen, Super Smash Bros. Brawl brings energy and fun to every household gathering and features more flexibility than its predecessors.
A list of quirky performers such as Mario, Mario’s arch nemesis Wario, Samus Aran from Metroid, Donkey Kong, Pikachu from Pokemon, Sonic the Hedgehog, Princess Zelda and Link from the Legend of Zelda are ready to provide all the moves and belly laughs that characterize Nintendo Wii games. Plan your strategy and grab your control stick for an energy packed evening of blasts form the past.
Super Smash Bros. Brawl is the third generation program that emulates its two smashingly successful forerunners, Super Smash Bros, originally released in 1999 and Super Smash Bros. Melee released for circulation in 2001. The launch of the Melee version resulted in an immediate 6 million units sold and was just the tip of the iceberg.
Some of the characters represent 25 years on Nintendo glory while each new version boosts enhanced graphics, brilliant illustrations and creative storylines. Unpredictable characters help provide the laughs but the players provide the rhetoric as they wind their way through controversy and mazes of challenges. Whether playing an opponent sitting or standing next top you or a fighter form across the ocean, the head-to-head matchups are consuming and unforgettable.
Brawls can be contested by a many as four players. The goal is to use all the weapons available to the character of your choice while they punch, kick, throw or scratch their cartoon opponent into oblivion. Contestant can sign on using their “Friend Code” option to wage battles with far away opponents over the internet.
Creative story line options allow combatants to have unique brawls each time out of the gate. The individual maze presentations resemble the original Mario Bros. games. Players will be dodging, weaving, jumping and ducking throughout each new fast-paced, challenging episode.
And to spice up each encounter there’s plenty of crude humor, taunting and cartoon styled violence. Its all in fun so sit back and enjoy the spirit reminiscent of laugh packed Saturday cartoons.
Contests are staged in tournaments, varied battle scenes in the ever-popular four player face-offs. Creating the excitement of this new version is then program’s ability to engage players over the internet. If a household battle is unavailable, players can dial up a friend from anywhere in the world.
Super Smash Bros. Brawl is a pickup brawl waiting to happen. This particular Nintendo Wii game has thrills for every family member. Start the program, make your selections and let the fun begin. Determining which friend, family member or cartoon character is the fittest leads to laughter and video fun. Go for the Brawl!
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