May 15th, 2008, 08:40 PM #1
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Super Smash Bros. Brawl (Wii) ReviewThis gameplay formula is literally sacred to Smash fans and thus has been left untouched—there are no changes, only additions. The first and most obvious is control. Brawl lets you use a single Wii remote, a remote-Nunchuk combo, the Classic controller or the venerable GameCube pad. I played around with all of these, and while each has its appeals for different people, I stuck with the GameCube pad. After nearly seven years of Melee on that controller, I just didn’t feel like changing. For gamers who like to experiment with controls, Brawl has the option to assign any feature to any button on any of the four controllers. I’m happy with the old GameCube layout, but with so many control choices, I’m sure there will be plenty of eccentric configurations out there.
Source: Gaming NexusRobert Richmond | Infinite perceptions. One reality.
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