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    don't worry thas, i'm sure it will start going away tommorow.


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    Is it inviromentally friendly enough?

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    of course Fire IS an element

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    Quote Originally Posted by Subarnu
    of course Fire IS an element
    Win!

    Be sure to post a review tomorrow but I think we should average out all of the scores of everyones review too. Then give it a WiiChat score.
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    you are incredibly fast at responding...
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    We have ignition Sister.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z3wpk
    we should average out all of the scores of everyones review too. Then give it a WiiChat score.
    Cool idea!

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    I think a review on the different controller types would help too and which one you find easiest to use


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    Overall Review (working on extended later)

    Well I'm proud to say that I have SSBB. Before I get into this I'm gonna say that this is my first SSB game that I have owned. I have only played Melee a few times at friends' houses. So here we go.

    When I first started I went straight into training to test out controls. Wow was I surprised how fast-paced this game was and that was just in training. So then after I test out the 1v1 with a friend just to mess around and I thought it was pretty fun but nothing amazing. Then we go to SSE co-op. It was pretty fun especially with the cutscenes and all. But again nothing to really amaze me really just co-op fun. Some cool ideas for levels butI really didn't find much fun in it. After this we tried just 5 stock matches with no items. WOW!! that was sooooo fun. There's really no way to explain it. Its just pure all out fun. Some stages were fun to play on also like the Bridge of Eldin, Mario Circut, Delfino Plaza, and many others. And the perfect thing is that its just hectic enough where most of the time you can tell where you are and what your doing instead of just mashing buttons. I have to say it did take me a while to get used to a strategy (spiking is fun ) but once you get some techniques down is just like heaven. No I will talk about the graphics. There's not really much to say here since I don't pay attention to them so much but they are pretty articstic and unique in their own way. Psh who needs HD when you have SSBB. But anyway I'll sum it up now. SSBB is pure fun for your friends or just by yourself. They have thrown in so many extras that it will never get boring even after hours on end. I will never regret getting this game ever.

    9.9/10 (since no game is perfect)
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    We have ignition Sister.

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    thanks Z3wpk, now I want the game even more than I did before....I have to wait 2 MORE DAYS!!! I'm going to DIE!

    (jk)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Areo X
    thanks Z3wpk, now I want the game even more than I did before....I have to wait 2 MORE DAYS!!! I'm going to DIE!

    (jk)
    Lol. Dont die then you wont be able to play
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    Here's my review.
    *SPOILERS*

    Alright, so unless you've been living in a cave or small hole for the past couple of years, you know about super smash bros. brawl. The fact that you're on a NINTENDO WII FORUM in the SMASH BROS. BRAWL section would probably increase the chance of you knowing about it, but maybe that's just me. So for those less enlightened, here's Smash in a nutshell: beat up each other with classic videogame franchise characters (mostly Nintendo-based). Sounds simple, but Smash is like no other game you've ever played. I don't have enough room to explain everything, so just go out and buy SSB or SSBM if you want to see where this game came from. It's money well spent, let me assure you.
    Anyways, American gamers have finally gotten their hands on SSBB. Is it any good? In short, yes. Very much so. It adds amazing new things to the series while still retaining it's most important qualities. In fact, there were absolutely no areas that didn't exceed my expectations.
    The main thing in any smash bros. game is the characters, and brawl has that in spades. Most of the old favorites are returning (R.I.P Roy and Mewtwo) plus new characters like Pit, Lucario, Wolf and R.O.B. The total roster is now 35 characters, which is a definate improvement from melee and adds replay value. The two third-party characters, Snake and Sonic, fit right in with the cast and also have awesome new stages, like Sonic's Green Hill Zone (the rock remix of Angel Island is a godsend). Speaking of stages, there are 41 in total, from Melee's Hyrule Temple to the 75m stage from the original Donkey Kong. Plus, you can now make custom stages! These are actually more detailed than I had expected, and hold up well against their pre-designed brethren.
    Now,it they just had new characters and stages, the game would still be great, but the more extensive additions really show how much time good old Sakurai put into this amazing game. Classic Mode is returning, but the new adventure mode, The Subspace Emissary, is a beat-em-up co-op sidescroller stand-alone game all by itself. Beautiful CGI cutscenes immerse you in the world of Nintendo, and there are plently of harrowing boss fights to be had (there are 2 Ridley bosses! 2!!!). Frankly, I've never been more pleased with a single-player mode in a primarily multiplayer game.
    Also returning is event mode, but now you can play it with a friend, adding to smash's party appeal. Trophies are also returning, at over double their original number, but a new collectible item, stickers, add ever more to the replay value.
    I haven't even mentioned the awe-inspiring new items (the Final Smashes and Assist Trophies in particular) or the new Masterpieces mode, where you can play trial games from Nintendo's past, but you get the idea. Smash is an enormous game. I don't know if one player could ever unlock all of the content housed within. Simply put, when Sakurai makes a game, he makes it right. If you haven't yet, go buy it. NOW. Super Smash Bros. Brawl is a game every Wii player should have. In fact, go out and buy a Wii now if you don't have one, then buy Brawl. You'll be glad you did.
    CONCLUSION
    Summary:Various Nintendo characters (plus Sonic and Snake) compete in a no-holds-barred, action packed party/fighting game.
    Gameplay:Possibly better than the other smash games, and that's saying something. The controls feel much smoother and easier in particular.
    Graphics: Easily the Wii's best game, these graphics rival games on the Xbox 360 (with the added advantage of not having a controller best suited for bear paws)
    Replay:Infinite. Truly infinite.
    Defining New Feature: Subspace Emissary. Finally, a true single-player mode in Smash Bros.

    FINAL SCORE: 10 out of 10 (Outstandinng)

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