E3 Round Up: Super Smash Bros. Brawl

Super Smash Bros Melee is one of those games that has failed to die on the Gamecube, even now when the cube is quite literally on its final legs people still hook up the old console just to have a couple more battles with their mates. The game itself was awesome, once you started playing it you could never stop. You could choose from countless characters including Mario, Pikachu, Samus, Donkey Kong, Captain Falcon and many more. Then, you would find yourself up against three other characters fighting for dear life; Melee truly was pure gaming joy. The problem is that we hadn't seen a glint of a Super Smash Bros. sequel, well that was until E3 2006. What has to be one of the best multiplayer games ever created is finally getting a sequel. We now bring you Club Skill's first look at the latest Super Smash Brothers.

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Sphinx6562d ago

I never had a GameCube, but I always played at a friend's... I think I'm going to have to own a Wii just for this game... maybe they'll have online play?

OutLaw6562d ago

There are certain games that do convince people on buying systems. Games like FF or Resident Evil could do that. But for the Wii. I feel this game will be the one to convince me on that system. With other people it could be the Zelda game. But just like the other Nintendo systems if the Wii can't keep the games flowing people are going to loose interest quickly. Especially now that the Resident Evil series isn't exclusive anymore to Nintendo.

amrasmord6562d ago

What! soo cool, solid snake in ssb! i might get a wii just for that.

Liverpool4ever6562d ago

I already own a xbox 360. But if I'm going to buy Wii this will definitly be one of the games I pick up. I'll do it of one single reason: KIRBY. Love you little funny dude :D

pRo loGic II6562d ago

I have no conection with these critters anymore, i see some of the charector's and childhood memories come flooding in; then after a few breif seconds then I remember it's an really old and silly notion of playing this kind of crap over and over and over and over and over and over and over again.

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LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars Available for Free on Prime Gaming

Discover how to get LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars for free through Prime Gaming. Enjoy this classic adventure in the Star Wars universe today!

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Zelda Replay: Majora's Mask

VGChartz's Evan Norris: "Is Ocarina of Time as legendary as I remembered it? For the most part, yes. In spite of a handful of missteps — a few obtuse puzzles, some tedious backtracking, and a clunky stealth sequence — I don't believe the last 23 years have been unkind to it. Ocarina remains a brilliant example of the medium, a landmark game that shaped the future of its own franchise and 3D gaming in general. After more than two decades it retains its inventive dungeon design, challenging puzzles, dynamic combat, wistful storyline, unforgettable music, and empowering open-air freedom. I feel confident calling it one of the greatest games of the fifth generation, even if I'm no longer prepared to list it among the five best games ever made."

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Crows9021d ago

Pure unadulterated fun. They don't make them like this anymore...especially not the triple A industry.

FinalFantasyFanatic21d ago

Back when video rental was a thing, I rented out Majoria's Mask, I never finished it though. I did buy the 3DS version before the eshop shutdown, so maybe one day I'll finally play through the whole thing, it's amazing how well these games hold up though. I briefly played Ocarina of Time for a while and it was really fun.