Nintendo's smash 'em up brawl continues
Super Smash Bros Brawl is packed with a whole host of new features including new characters, a combat arena editor, multiple battle modes, a single player storyline and the ability to take battles online.
Using a combination of the two attack buttons and the control stick, players can grab, attack and produce 'smash' attacks
The Stage Builder feature allows users to create their own environments.
All maps can be shared with friends via a memory pack, or submitted to Nintendo for the chance to be chosen as 'stage of the day' where it is sent to all other players in the Wi-Fi network.
Super Smash Bros. Brawl offers single players a scrolling adventure mode called The Subspace Emissary.
Coins built up during play can now be bet on matches. Players are also given the ability to share photos and replays and team up for enjoyable mini-games.
Notable new power-ups include Superspicy Curry, which allows the characters to breathe fire, the Gooey Bomb — a passable bomb that sticks to terrain and opponents — and Smoke Balls, balls of smoke that block a competitor’s view.
The introduction of Wi-Fi combat means friends can be challenged online either in cooperative teams, or alone as individual fighters.
16 new characters are introduced, bringing the total playable to 35. These include familiars such as Solid Snake, Wario, Diddy Kong and Sonic the Hedgehog.
Players are able to play with Nunchuk and Wii Remote, Wii Remote, Classic Controller and Nintendo GameCube Controller.
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