Super Smash Bros Brawl was one of the most exciting multiplayer games for the Nintendo Wii when it was first released in 2008. This title had included over 40 exciting stages with close t0 40 characters that people could choose from. The roster expansion in this game was probably one of the most noticeable features of this game along with the cinematic cutscenes which made Super Smash Brow Brawl that much better than it predecessor. Another thing that was awesome about Super Smash Bros Brawl included the fact that people had the option of playing the game with a control pad opposed to a Wii remote and & nunchuck. Trying to play Super Smash Bros Brawl with a Wii remote and nunchuck was fun but at the same time seemed very difficult especially when it came down to unlocking trophies in the game. There are at least 500 hundred trophies unlock in Super Smash Bros Brawl which gives people the opportunity to spend countless hours to complete the game in its entirety.
Along with having fantastic gameplay and cinematic cutscenes Super Smash Bros Brawl had pretty cool music featuring original tunes from many Nintendo games from the 80s 90s and the 2000’s. Super Smash Brows Brawl had also included some cool remixes from classic games such as the Underground theme (Super Mario Land), Cornier (Star Fox), and Forest of Hope (Pipkin). The remake of WarioWare, Inc was also pretty cool because it had a late 90’s- early 2000’s vibe to it. Super Smash Bros Brawl was the first title within its series where online gaming had become a significant part of the gaming experience. The online gameplay featured through Nintendo Wi-Fi connection made Super Smash Bros Brawl much more exciting and was among the many aspects of game that stands out along with the difficult level of this game. Since its release Super Smash Bros Brawl has sold at least 13 million copies worldwide which was a significant increase from its prequel which reached over 7 million units globally. To this date Super Smash Bros Brawl is the best selling game within its series right above Super Smash Bros Melee which was released for the Nintendo Gamecube in 2001. Not only was Super Smash Bros Brawl one of the best selling games for the Nintendo Wii but it also has a pretty high replay value that would make people want to hold on to it for a while before trading it in.