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Wii Game Review
posted by Henry

Rating: 10/10

This game is a fighting type game for all you people who like fighting. My brother and I wanted to get this game because it was supposed to be really cool and fun and it was really popular. I had also played it at my friend's house, and I thought it was REALLY fun. So my brother and I put our money together and we bought the game.

One reason I like Super Smash Brothers Brawl is because the graphics are totally awesome. I mean, they're so detailed you can see the stitches in Mario's overalls.

If you're familiar with the other Super Smash Bros. games, you know pretty much what this game is going to be like. It's just like the other games, which bring a lot of characters from other games together, like Samus, the famous intergalatic bounty hunter from Metroid, could be battling Link, the hero from the Zelda games. Super Smash Brothers Brawl, with new characters, new stages, and even some melee stages, turns out to be a really fun game.

Sometimes you can feel that the game is really easy, while at other times you can feel that it's just a basic video game, and sometimes it can be really hard and you get stressed out if you're battling someone and you're like, "Oh, man, I was trying to attack them, but they threw a home run bat at me." But miracles can happen sometimes. Say for example you're fighting your friend or someone and you're really losing, like you have like 120% damage and you both have only one life left. Then you get a smashball, use your final smash, and KABOOM! You can win—or at least get your opponent's damage really high. Sometimes in adventure mode it can seem like there's no way to get to the next door. This happens a lot to me. Usually you just miss a door or go the wrong way or something like that. There's never something you can't do. You just have to be persistent.

Overall, this is one of my favorite games I've ever played.

[Editor/mama's note: This review is not sponsored by Nintendo or anything except Henry's desire to share his love of this game and my desire to keep him occupied during the summer. Occupied with something other than playing video games, that is. So...WRITING about video games it is!]