- Super Smash Bros. Brawl
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This game was truly amazing. From the graphics, to the sound, to the extensive line of characters to choose from, and to the actual gameplay itself this game just tops any Nintendo Wii game I have see so far. Before I got this game I didn't even know what Super Smash Bros. Was, and I'm glad I do now. It doesn't surprise me this game had such a huge impact on the gaming community. It should remain one of the top games for quite some time.
The graphics just blow your mine too the point you say "How do people make something so close to perfection." Well I'll tell you how years of hard work, they definitely took there time with this game. The characters just looked so real, and so did the enemies you face. They made a simple design, and game into something that keeps you playing for hours without getting bored. When you play it's almost like your really there kicking Nintendo character butt.
The sound was anything, but repetitive, because of all the music they put in the game. Every game soundtrack, to every movement had cleverly thought out sound. The best part is you don't have to fight to listen to the classic video game music we have come to know, and love throughout the years. They even put all the sounds and music on a screen for you to listen to. You may be wondering "Why would we listen to some music when we could be kicking virtual butt." Well I'm guessing Nintendo did it for us hard-core gamers out there who like to enjoy the music from the game as much as playing it.
Gameplay, now this is where Super Smash Bros. Brawl made it's mark on video game history. There are so many characters to choose from and levels as well, and so many new features. Like challenges and the Subspace Emissary. The game is even one-player friendly for those of you who have no siblings. There are so many moves and attacks in this game that just leap off the television and the final smash moves are just awe inspiring. The gameplay just draws you in so you never want to put down the Wii remote.
There is just so many things in this game to accomplish that it would take you a good year to actually finish it all, maybe even longer. Some of the things to beat are the 20-40 event matches, the Subspace Emissary, the challenges which would probably take you a year just to finish them all, and the trophies and stickers. So much to finish in only however many hours a day your allowed to play video games. So trust me on this it is not one of those games you can finish in one week like Super Paper Mario or Pokemon Mystery Dungeon.
Overall this game is fantastic and surprisingly spectacular. You'll never want to leave your house after playing this near perfection video game. Nintendo certainly didn't disappoint. So if your thinking of buying this game don't give it a second thought, because you will not regret it.
Good Luck and Happy Gaming.