I love Smash Bros brawl. I have been playing it alot. It was great. I can't think of anything that would bring this game down except the above mentioned things. I am an Olimar player… now now, I know what you are thinking, "Olimar! He's terrible!" But he really is very good.
The GameCube was Nintendo’s last traditional console, and the last where Nintendo aimed to compete with performance. In 2006, it was succeeded by the Wii, which was highly anticipated under the code name “Revolution.” While most Wii models had GameCube controller ports, and some games like Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn and Super Smash Bros Brawl were capable of using GameCube controllers, the Wii marked a new era in Nintendo’s history and philosophy. The GameCube leaves us a legacy of fun games, odd mini discs, and firmly establishing wireless controllers as a capable technology.
A launch title in the US, Melee was the follow up to the unexpected hit Super Smash Bros. Melee featured more characters, more stages, and far more modes of play than its predecessor. Still considered to be the best game in the series by many die-hards, it’s a common game for tournaments. It made its debut at EVO 2007, and this year saw its biggest player pool with near 2000 entrants—it was the largest Melee tournament to date. While Super Smash Bros Brawl and Super Smash Bros For Wii U/3DS expanded the roster and added more game modes, Melee remains beloved for its physics and a metagame that is unchanged by updates.
I shared the game that changed my life and its name is Super Smash Bros Brawl. Here's to hoping that Super Smash Bros 4 gives me a greater feeling than Brawl when it gets released this year.