Where To Buy Super Smash Bros Melee [EXCLUSIVE]
However, this is hardly all that's available in single-player mode. You can take all the characters directly to the Break the Targets stages and practice, brush up with the home run bat in the Home-Run Contest, or indulge in multi-man melees where you can attempt to defeat 10, 100, or even an endless amount of opponents. Finishing some of these modes such as the 15-minute melee will unlock special stages, so they are indeed well worth your time. Still not content with all these single-player options, the developers added the all-important Trophy mode. Throughout the game you can earn nearly 300 different trophies. All of them are gorgeously modeled -- sometimes intentionally retro -- and can be viewed with text descriptions of their origins. You can even zoom in on them, rotate them with the C-stick, and change the lighting. With so many trophies, it is a virtual library of Nintendo's past franchises.
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wats wit all the smash bros bashing here. Smash bros is easily one of the top fighting series of the decade. Smash bros has always taken tons of strategy, that wats cuts smashs bros. form the cloth of other fighting games, u cant button mash ur way to victory u actually have 2 know the character style ur playing wit, any1 who says the game doesnt take strategy probably keeps items on and play on sum of the most ridiculous stages appose to playin on a neutral state no items and actually playing sum1 of skill. All the smash bros. games has been well balance, brawl is the pick 4me because the action is more fast paced and every move feels curial when dippin and blockin knowing its either u or ur opponent, plus it had a more epic feel wit the orchestrated tracks. The original smash bros will 4ever be a classic, way more hard hitting than the later games of the series. And I feel melee probably had the most balance, the pacing is between both of the games in the series, melee brought the most to the table, which brawl only added a bit to. The only sad thing about the smash bros series is that they only make 1 a generation
you want to play against competitive smashers, check out allisbrawl.com, man sum of dose guys r merciless, I need 2 buy a new copy of smash bros brawl, mines stopped working a few weeks ago, and I trade it in towards metriod other M.
Take it from someone who's played in forum-arranged online Brawl tournaments and consistently gotten his butt kicked by much superior players, there is actually a LOT of depth to the fighting system. It takes a few minutes to learn but years to master like games should. Also, a lot of the randomness can be toned down by excluding some (or even all) of the items and not choosing the more gimmicky stages. Different moves should be easy to pull off. It's which one, when, and where you use them that makes the difference. Fighting games that require complicated inputs for special moves and combos make things too complicated. The ability to have good depth without making the controls too complicated is one of the reasons I also like the Naruto Clash of Ninja fighters.
That just simply mean you can play better as marth than you can as mario. Mario has been my top character since the 1st smash bros. because of his well rounded move set. And what you said about characters like marth, sheik, and fox being perhaps the strongest characters in the game, and characters such as jiggypuff and pichu to be the weakest, not true. I could play just as well as pichu as I could play as pikachu, and I've played people online who've crushed me with jiggypuff, and as far as sheik/zelda goes I've played against zelda and sheik many times most of my friends choose 1 or the other and dont switch out and have had wars with them and won many of them with mario. Now on brawl I play as sheik & zelda and have been commended well online for being one of the few people to actually play as both during gameplay because I know how to utilize the strengths of both characters. and that were strategy kicks in, your not gonna get the same results with the up B button with on character as you would another, dk is better at getting on the stage horizontal, were as king ddd is better at getting on the stage vertically and some players are gonna have to adjust if their use to playing one way oppose to the other. Once again if you dont think this game takes tons of strategy you need to look up the advance game tips for brawl on your nintendo channel
@JesusSavesNo, again, I didn't say that. And I will add, that I've been watching A LOT of people playing Tekkens and Soul Caliburs, and there clearly is a pattern. Masters do not win so clearly in those games. I, and other totally useless noob players could totally win respected master in those games. In Smash Bros good players win new comers every time. And, again, Brawls balance is good because its physics and gameplay couldn't be exploited so easily. Melee is super good in that reagard too, but there are a couple of uber characters, that are not that strong in Brawl anymore. For example Links spin attacks smash-ability has been reduced in the name of balancing. Both games are astonishing examples of balance, for they have so many different characters, gameplay variations, levels and stuff. I miss many things from Melee, but Brawl feels better and is better game.
just watch =Qna80MbcAAc&feature=related to know what smash is about. then talk about how shallow it is. melee is the best game out there. it has the most options as a fighter, and matches between skilled players can always show you something new and unforeseen. plus the community is unrivaled.
I think it should be given a 10/10! As the first large budget game in the series( following the enormous success of the first smash bros. which was a low budget game) It has a large collection of trophies, a few alternate small stories in the adventure mode, and a larger compilation of event matches than the brawl. Not saying its better than brawl, brawl is the best! Its still an excellent game, as expected in the series. 041b061a72