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Super Smash Bros: Brawl

Super Smash Bros. Brawl

Release dates

Australia June 26th, 2008
Europe June 27th, 2008
Japan January 31st, 2008
N.America March 9th, 2008


General information

Platform: Nintendo Wii

Developed by Game Arts

Published by Nintendo

Players: 1-4



The Brawl to End Them All: An action-packed fighting game that features an outrageous number of characters that have appeared on different Nintendo platforms. From Mario to Link to Pikachu and even to Solid Snake! As they battles in famous milieus drawn from the rich history of Nintendo, literally anything is possible, and usually does happen. With infinite customizing options, items and weapons that astonished the mind and a rich modes, this game has truly endless replay ability.


Super Smash Bros. Brawl, the game that features an extensive adventure mode which was called The Subspace Emissary, is a full game in and of itself. Players can jump and brawl their way through a side-scrolling levels with full of enemies, meeting other characters, watching incredible cinematic and takes on massive bosses.


This celebrated series is going Wi-Fi for the first time, allowing up to four players to brawl no matter where they are.

Welcome! To a brawl for the ages, where all bets are off, anyone can show up and anything can happen. 


Characters from all Nintendo universes meet up in Nintendo locales to fight it out in multiplayer games. In the solo mode called The Subspace Emissary, Smash Bros. world was invaded by The Primid, the army of creatures called by the entities known as the Ancient Minister. Usually, characters in the world of Smash Bros. come alive in order to do battle, and then turn back into trophies when they are defeated. On the other hand, the Ancient Minister started turning characters into trophies to be able to harness their powers, after that detonates bombs that suck pieces of the world back into the his kingdom of Subspace. Finally, all the characters, to defeat the invading creatures from Subspace, must unite to work together. This can be accomplished by playing through side-scrolling levels.

How to progress through the game

Players pick for their characters, set the rules and locations where they want to play and duke out for multiplayer games. While in Solo Mode, players can play their characters through long, side-scrolling adventures, beating up their enemies along the way as they watch short cinematic, starring their favorite characters.

Playable characters

  • The sword-manipulator adversary of Kirby - Meta Knight.

  • The virtuous archer from Kid Icarus – Pit.

  • The powerful heroine of Metroid series, minus her flexible armour - Zero Suit Samus.

  • Wario: with his lethal attacks of gastronomic proportions.

  • Snake: the determined soldier from Konami's hugely popular Metal Gear series and Mario

Special powers/weapons/moves/features

Anything that a Nintendo game could have is conceivably is in this game. Be it a musical score, a vague item or any character that shows up to help the fighters. Super Smash Bros. Brawl is tremendously customizable that players can choose the frequency of items appeared, can adjust the musical scores and basically play the game however they want to. Items that range from baseball bats to proximity mines, to Poké Balls, to Assist Trophies, that produced characters like Sim City's Dr. Wright and Hammer Bros. to assault others.



Super Smash Bros. Brawl official trailer U.S release.



Super Smash Bros TV Commercial advertisement as aired in the USA



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