Summary: I got this game the day it came out in america. I played it almost everyday from then until janurary (my friends also had this game) then i lost all interest in it and i haven't played it since july or the wii too. I remember the story line being fantastic and i loved all of the characters, the challenge was awesome, i could never win against the strongest characters at level 9 (in free for all) the special moves were cool aswell, marios sprial fire attack, lucarios...
Summary: Oh my goodness that Emissary mode was soo long and drawn out. My goodness I decided there I might not finish the whole game. I'd played the first Smash Bros. and Melee. Melee I had just sitting around after beating it and I knew it would be the same with Brawl. The online play is about the only thing I liked as the graphics and action while vamped from Melee is pretty much the same.
Summary: I have played Super Smash Bros., Super Smash Bros. Melee, and now I have Super Smash Bros. Brawl. I really enjoy the gameplay, but I find the intro and menu music to be quiet annoying. There are new additions in this version of the series and some of the best like Stage Editor, Replay & Photo during any match (Replays from Wi-Fi Can Also Be Saved), and more. Wi-Fi is just plain awful. The matches lags slow everybody has to suffer a slow fight.
Summary: Let me start out by saying that this would be a great game for you if you have never played the two original SSB. Well, if you have don't waste your money. This game is very poorly developed, all they did was take the exact same game engine as they had for Super Smash Bros. Melee and changed up the opening screen and threw in some really crappy adventure mode.
Summary: I don't get it, but I'm probably too old. My son, aged 12, thinks it's great. It is a fighting game as the name suggests, not like a more adult game, but is at the limit of what I'm comfortable with.
Excerpt: After playing a previous version of Super Smash Bros. at a mate's house, I decided to purchase, when it arrived, the new version, for the Wii. The main idea of Super Smash Bros. Brawl is to knock your opponent off of the screen with a series of punches, kicks and any other fighting move under the sun. Another thing this game is known for is that it brings different game franchises together, i.e. Mario fights against Pikachu, or Peach vs. Kirby.