- Platform: GameCube
- ESRB Rating: Teen
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
Oh and i cant forget to talk about the characters. There is 25 in all. Regular include-Pikachu,DK,Starfox,Zelda(also Sheik),Ness,Mario,Peach,Link,Bowser,Captain Falcon,Yoshi,Kirby,The ice climbers,and Samus. The hidden include-Mewtwo,Roy,Marth,Gijjlypuff,Young Link,Falco,Dr.Mario,Mr.Game&Watch,Pichu,and Luigi.All of Nintendo's all stars in one giant brawl.
To tell you the truth i got rid of mine about a month ago but remembering how much fun I had I am getting another one in a couple of days.
Thats pretty much it about this game all you need to know so my recomendation is get this game before any other game first when you get it you will see what i mean so get it I also recomend pokemon coloseum for pokemon fans it rocks. And on september 7 pokemon leaf green and fire red is coming out i also recomend that it will revolutionize pokemon as we know i have already got mine on pre-order so till next time See ya.
*The best 20 bucks you've ever spent on a video game is the aforementioned Final Fantasy VII. Get that too, if possible.
For those who haven't been clued in to the "Smash Bros." Premise: you get to pick one of your favorite Nintendo heroes or heroines and tangle with the computer or your buddies in a very loose fighter setting. The only way to actually be knocked out is to be thrown out of the arena, whether downward, to the sides, or to the sky. Your character accumulates a percentage of damage as they sustain attacks, and as this percentage gets higher, your risk of flying out of the ring rises.
But to be so preachy about a game that has such a huge fan following and runs on such a simple game engine seems very un-gamer-like of me. Forgive me. SSBM is a great party game, have no doubt--you and your friends could spend hours knocking each other around, figuring out each character's attacks, and unlocking the horde of trophies in the gallery.
The one thing I can assure you of is that you WILL enjoy this title, whether you enjoy fighting games or not. As long as you have friends who like to taunt you after beating you in a high-risk video gaming battle, this game's staying power will astound you.
Every character's attacks are performed the same way: B for a basic special move, Up + B for a different move, Down + B, and Forward + B. Each one produces a different move, unique to your character.
And the character list is huge. I think every major character from the "Mario" series has top honors, including Bowser and the mustachioed plumber himself.Read more ›