Excerpt: (This review has been adapted to fit CCGR\'s review standards from its original form as seen on Revolve21 .) Brawl is Nintendo\'s frantic, over-the-top take on the fighting game genre. Brawl throws 35 of the company\'s popular characters (and a couple of extras from other publishers) into a battle royale, equipping them with signature weapons, attacks, and a huge array of items from Nintendo\'s expansive game catalog.
Excerpt: This is a fighting video game that teaches get them before they get you. Knock them out of the ring by hitting them as often as possible (thus increasing their damage percentage). Players get to use various characters from different Nintendo franchises. Mario, Link, Samus, Kirby, and Pikachu to name a few. Nintendo also partnered with Sega, and Konami to bring in some different faces.
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Excerpt: This is one of if not the best game on the Wii. The games controls and feel are perfect for the Wii and has no flaws in it. Their is a great story mode along with tons of others plus at least 20 unlockable characters and is great to play with friends and with computers. They have several different game modes and the computers have different difficulties to play against as you get better.
Excerpt: The Super Smash. Bros series has always been a love letter from Nintendo to its fans (particularly of the long-time variety) filled to the brim with nostalgia and fan service that could bring a tear to the eye of many. The third game in the series (and the first entry on the Wii) continues this tradition, but, of course, extends the nostalgia levels for avid Nintendo fans with a handful of new characters and stages themed around beloved games, each of which is...
All the Fan Service You Could Ask For Crammed Into a Single Disc
24 September 2009
Conclusion: Concept: Cram as much Nintendo into a game as physically possible
Graphics: Range from the best you'll see on Wii to amusingly retro
Sound: An incredible amount of original and remixed music from Nintendo's entire library
Playability: Definitely make sure you have a GameCube controller or a Wii classic controller
Entertainment: This beast of a game offers enough content to keep players busy for months, maybe years, on end
Conclusion: Back to the brawling, each character has his or her own select arsenal of moves in accord with an extremely user-friendly control scheme—two attack buttons (standard and strong), a throw, jump, and shield, leaving the strategy in the execution. Ancillary maneuvers such as evading, dashing, specials, and edge climbing are also intuitive but require deft execution and picking up items is nearly as tricky as utilizing them.