Is Super Smash Bros. Brawl perfect? No, it most certainly is not. The Subspace Emissary mode is a bit weak, the loading times are a bit hefty, and the online gameplay suffers from some lag and the usual Nintendo online awkwardness. However, those issues are far overshadowed by the excellence that permeates the rest of the game. The gameplay is as good as ever, and the changes to the system seem to be for the better. Final Smashes turn the already frantic Smash Bros. gameplay into something even more hilarious and fun, the new items are exciting and worthwhile, and the stages are some of the best to ever host the Smash Bros. franchise. The replay value is through the roof, not just because of the wonderful gameplay, but also due to the seemingly endless parade of items to collect. Between the trophies, stickers and unlockable challenges, you'll probably still be unlocking things in Brawl when the next Smash Bros. title comes out. Super Smash Bros. Brawl may not be perfect, but it is definitely a game that everyone with a Wii should own.