Game Review: Super Smash Bros. Brawl!

Happy Thursday night guys n’ gals, and welcome to the blog! This time around we’re bringing you yet another game review from one of our favorite Nintendo gaming consoles; the Nintendo Wii. Many of us remember the commercial of this awesome console with many games like Super Mario Galaxy, WarioWare, and many others. Tonight we’ll be reviewing one of our favorite installments of the Smash Bros. franchise; Super Smash Bros. Brawl!

The Smash 3 Roster!

Remember back when the first Smash Bros. came out on the Nintendo 64 back in the late 90’s/Early 2000’s? We do! Now it’s 19 years later and we have Super Smash Bros. Ultimate with a roster of over 70 characters – and counting. (I wouldn’t mind one or two MK characters in there.) Super Smash Bros. Brawl was the third Smash game I’ve played, and I’ve had a blast playing it! Although I was disappointed that Dr. Mario didn’t make it to this installment, I eventually became a Bowser head; meaning that no matter what tier other Smashers thinks he’s on, he’s my number one choice to go to battle with.

They’ve brought back several of the options and specialized battles such as Stamina Battle, Super Sudden Death, and more! I was happy that they brought Break the Targets back in this installment, and as with the last two installments (including Smash 4 and 5), if you play though the Classic Mode you’ll find yourself facing the all-mighty Master Hand. The Final Smash was kind of new when I first played this game, but when I used it for the first time, it was pretty freakin’ cool!

I can’t tell you how many hours I’ve logged into this game, but if I had to put a figure on it, I’d say 745 Hours a year. The Subspace Emissary mode was pretty cool, as it kind of gave the game a bit of a plot and an original storyline. There’s nothing like grabbing your friends, picking your favorite Nintendo character, and then just betting the living (poop emoji) out of each other for laughs – because its just for fun! The cool part about having the Wii was the fact that it also plays Gamecube games, so you can play Smash Bros. Melee and Smash Bros. Brawl.

For that I give this game a 4.8 / 5!

If you still have a Wii, I’d pick this game up! You can pretty much find it online, or in the old school gamer bin at GameStop. If you’re hankering for Smash Ultimate, you can by a Nintendo Switch Lite and pick up a copy of the game. With the Lite however, you have to make sure that the game has ‘Handheld Mode’ compatibility. Other than that, you’re good to go! On that note that will do it for this game review from the awesome guys of D&A Anime Blog! Until next post, stay nerdy my friends! 😉