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Super Smash Bros. Brawl (2008)

Dairantô Sumasshu Burazâzu ekkusu (original title)
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The third Super Smash Bros. title, featuring a number of new additions, including an Adventure Mode with story lines and co-op play, new characters, new stages, and online combat.

Director:

Masahiro Sakurai

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Kazushige Nojima (adventure mode scenario), Takeshi Hariu (trophies text) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Pat Cashman Pat Cashman ... Narrator / Master Hand / Crazy Hand (voice)
Charles Martinet ... Mario / Wario / Luigi / Waluigi (voice)
Makiko Ômoto Makiko Ômoto ... Kirby / Ness / Lyn (voice) (as Makiko Ohmoto)
Jim Walker ... Fox McCloud / Leon Powalski (voice)
Samantha Kelly Samantha Kelly ... Peach (voice)
Eric Newsome Eric Newsome ... Meta Knight / Panther Caroso (voice)
Lani Minella ... Pit / Lucas / Lyn (voice)
Alesia Glidewell ... Zero Suit Samus / Krystal / Knuckle Joe (voice)
Jason Adkins ... Ike (voice)
Michele Knotz ... Pokémon Trainer / Squirtle / Piplup / Torchic / Gardevoir / Jirachi / Manaphy (voice)
Shin'ichirô Miki ... Charizard / Staryu (voice) (as Shin-ichiro Miki)
Craig Blair ... Ivysaur (voice)
Dex Manley Dex Manley ... Falco Lombardi / Peppy Hare (voice)
Bill Rogers ... Lucario / Bonsly / Weavile (voice)
Jay Ward Jay Ward ... Wolf O'Donnell / Metroid Narrator (voice)
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Storyline

The third Super Smash Bros. title, featuring a number of new additions, including an Adventure Mode with story lines and co-op play, new characters, new stages, and online combat.

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Details

Official Sites:

Nintendo

Country:

Japan

Language:

English | Japanese

Release Date:

9 March 2008 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Dairantô Sumasshu Burazâzu ekkusu See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

JPY 82,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

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Nintendo, Sora See more »
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Did You Know?

Trivia

Mario, Luigi, Samus, Link, Donkey Kong, Pikachu, Kirby, Yoshi, Fox, Jigglypuff, Cpt. Falcon, and Ness are the only playable characters to have appeared in all three Super Smash Bros. games. See more »

Goofs

In the "Kirby beats Mario" cut scene, Mario's left eye is empty. See more »

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Solid Snake: This guy is giving off a murderous vibe! Even getting close to him makes my skin crawl...
Otacon: Snake! Ganondorf is dangerous! His ambition is to rule the world, and he's got the power to do it.
Otacon: It's no wonder they call him "King of Evil."
Solid Snake: Do modern weapons even work against him? Do I even have a chance?
Otacon: Take a look around you! There are plenty of people fighting with swords, or even their bare hands! At least you've got firepower, count yourself lucky! It's not like you to whine, Snake.
Solid Snake: I was just *...
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Alternate Versions

The Fire Emblem and Earthbound portions of the Masterpieces mode are cut from the American version. See more »

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References Sonic the Hedgehog (1991) See more »

Soundtracks

Theme of Solid Snake
From Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake (1990)
Composed by Masahiro Ikariko
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As predicted this game is superior than the first 2.
18 August 2008 | by emasterslakeSee all my reviews

I always pictured the third Super Smash Bros. game to be even better than the previous one. And I was right, when I first played the long awaited game.

This game has everything you wish to see in a Super Smash Bros. game. More characters as fighters. Including some that were meant to be part of the series for sometime. More challenges, and endless game play.

The thing to look forward to this game is the entirely original adventure mode, that's better than the one from mêlée. It's where you unlock most of the hidden fighters. As well as witnessing cinema-tics of the entirely original story that's told in the Adventure game. Something that was never featured in the previous games. So you'll witness some great computer graphics on the special effects and surroundings.

Not only that, but as well as an expanded version of trophy collection, improved home run contest, target practice, and the return of the familiar classic mode.

The music, concept, and detail of the whole game is all professionally made. There's nothing to hate about the game, it's everything you want a sequel of a great franchise to be. So don't hesitate in buying the game. It's one of the best fighter games you'll ever see on the Nintendo Wii.

And keep thinking to yourself how much greater a 4th Super Smash Bros. would be from years from now.


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