It’s funny really. AYMG is penning this review on the Wii U’s second birthday in the UK. It’s been a hard 2 years as a Wii U owner, with the lack of 3rd party support and lack of first party titles to make up for it. The drought is slowly coming to an end, and spearheading this movement is a game many people, Wii U owners and potential owner alike, have been waiting for. Super Smash Bros for Wii U is the latest entry into the popular Super Smash Bros franchise. It’s a game where popular Nintendo (and some other cameo) characters are pitted together in a 2D fighting game with a difference. Smash Bros typically plays more like a brawler than a fighter, which has lead to many hard fought year sof getting Smash Bros noticed as a true fighting game. A big help was the Smash Invitational at E3, hosted by Nintendo, where top fighters from around the world came together to show off Nintendo’s next instalment of the fighting game.