Super Smash Bros Brawl Wii User Review
Super Smash Bros Brawl for the Wii was the next installment after the last version which was released on GameCube, it was a huge hit with more than twenty six fighters. This game packs more than forty awesome stages to fight in from Nintendo, SEGA, Konami, ect. This game seriously packs a punch, no pun intended.
A lot of people don't really realize that this game packs an epic soundtrack too. Over forty musicians have been added into this game. My expectations for this game are insanely high! At a glance, you might think this is just a multiplayer fighter game, but once you peel the wrap off the game and put it in your Wii you will find it is so much more than that.
The single player mode storyline is epic and it packs more than 10 hours of Mushroom Kingdom sequences. Furthermore, not until you get halfway through the game will you see a tale that is tied together with all sorts of characters. The graphics are one of the most polished looking games on the Wii to date. They hum along at 60 frames per second and provide a smooth game experience.
The level of customization is incredible in this game too. For instance, you can customize their size, strength, or stamina. Got a friend who sucks, just make his character better. Speaking of playing with friends you can play with friends either with or against them (you can play with up to four different players.) If your a loner and you want to play the game with a computerized friend. How cool is that? There are so many characters in which you can unlock and guess what if you don't like playing the game a certain way (for instance single player) you can play other ways and Still unlock all the goodies.
The controls are easy and you don't need any experience whatsoever. The game packs so much fun and a must to have around when friends come over. I can't even count the hours and hours of lazy time I have gotten out of this game.
Super Gamer Dude
Nintendo's biggest cross over fighting game features all of your favorite characters from the Nintendo Universe as well as some other cameo characters. Super Smash Bros Brawl Wii lets you duke it out as your favorite characters to prove who the best of the best is from Nintendo. You can prove your own skills and brag how great your favorite character are when you claim victory against your opponents. This game was developed by an assortment of talented developers coming from Sora, Game Arts and other well known organizations. Together they put their talents together to create this platform fighting game.
Most of your favorite Nintendo characters such as Mario, Link, Pikachu, Samus and Captain Falcon return in this version of the game. In addition to your favorite returning fighters you can also play as Solid Snake, Sonic and many other fighters making cameo appearances in this game. Super Smash Bros Brawl Wii has the most characters in the franchise and is fun for both casual and competitive gamers alike.
Super Smash Bros Brawl has a solo mode and an adventure mode, the subspace emissary. Solo is regular fighting and the subspace emissary can be the same as campaign. This mode does not offer much story other than basic cutscenes, but it is still fun. You get to play as a variety of characters which can help you figure out which you like the most. The only downfall to this is that there are so many characters that the game takes a long time to complete if you want to get through solo with every one of the cast members. While you play through solo you have the opportunity to unlock new characters which adds appeal to passing the game several times over.
Versus is the mode gamers take much pride in when they play Super Smash Bros Brawl. You can play one on one, free for all or as a team. The total number of characters that can play at one moments are four. Up to four players can play or you can add in computer characters to play alongside human characters. Whatever your choice this game is jam packed with many hours of versus playing fun. The more hours you log in versus helps you unlock new characters.
Super Smash Bros Brawl has online capabilities as well. Although it is very fun to play against random opponents the online aspect can be seen as the weakest part of the game. Most of the time players find that there is too much lag in the game and that you cannot take matches seriously when played. There are reports of people lagging out of games despite having a good internet connection.
Overall Super Smash Bros Brawl is best played in versus mode against close friends. This game has many hours of quality playtime value. The graphics are great and bring your characters alive and the music gives you nostalgia right when you play.