Excerpt: The latest Nintendo fighter has arrived on the Wii console that continues from the popular Super Smash Bros. series and features a plethora of Nintendo characters from Metroid to Zelda and even Snake from the Metal Gear Solid Series which has recently made a comeback on the PlayStation 3.
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.
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.
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...
Excerpt: In 1999, Nintendo turned heads with the release of Super Smash Bros. for the N64, a game that ingeniously placed famous characters from the Nintendo universe against one another in a fighting game that specialized in four person multiplayer mayhem.
Summary: This is the kind of game that sparks fights amongst eight-year-old school kids. Who am I kidding; this is the kind of game that sparks fights amongst 28-year-old journalists. Smash operates on the theory that anyone should be able to play, and it provides just the right level of outside, random...
Excerpt: 2006 was quite a year for gamers, but above all else, it was amazing for Smash Bros fans. A video on an updated smashbros.com started they hype as it revealed not only a new installment, but exciting characters like Meta Knight and Solid Snake.