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Super Smash Bros. Brawl (2008)

Dairantô Sumasshu Burazâzu ekkusu (original title)
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The third Super Smash Bros. title, featuring a number of new additions, including an Adventure Mode with story lines and co-op play, new characters, new stages, and online combat.

Director:

Masahiro Sakurai

Writers:

Kazushige Nojima (adventure mode scenario), Takeshi Hariu (trophies text) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Pat Cashman Pat Cashman ... Narrator / Master Hand / Crazy Hand (voice)
Charles Martinet ... Mario / Wario / Luigi / Waluigi (voice)
Makiko Ômoto Makiko Ômoto ... Kirby / Ness / Lyn (voice) (as Makiko Ohmoto)
Jim Walker ... Fox McCloud / Leon Powalski (voice)
Samantha Kelly Samantha Kelly ... Peach (voice)
Eric Newsome Eric Newsome ... Meta Knight / Panther Caroso (voice)
Lani Minella ... Pit / Lucas / Lyn (voice)
Alesia Glidewell ... Zero Suit Samus / Krystal / Knuckle Joe (voice)
Jason Adkins Jason Adkins ... Ike (voice)
Michele Knotz ... Pokémon Trainer / Squirtle / Piplup / Torchic / Gardevoir / Jirachi / Manaphy (voice)
Shin'ichirô Miki ... Charizard / Staryu (voice) (as Shin-ichiro Miki)
Craig Blair ... Ivysaur (voice)
Dex Manley Dex Manley ... Falco Lombardi / Peppy Hare (voice)
Bill Rogers ... Lucario / Bonsly / Weavile (voice)
Jay Ward Jay Ward ... Wolf O'Donnell / Metroid Narrator (voice)

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The third Super Smash Bros. title, featuring a number of new additions, including an Adventure Mode with story lines and co-op play, new characters, new stages, and online combat.

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Trivia

Charles Martinet, Kazumi Totaka, Makiko Ômoto, Shinobu Satouchi, Ikue Ôtani, Ryô Horikawa and Rachael Lillis were the only voice actors who have reprised their own roles in all three Super Smash Bros. games. See more »

Goofs

In Fox's Melee taunt #5, the word "fogey" is misspelled as "fogy" in Slippy's text box. See more »

Quotes

Sonic the Hedgehog: [while breakdancing] Come on! Step it up!
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Alternate Versions

The Fire Emblem and Earthbound portions of the Masterpieces mode are cut from the American version. See more »


Soundtracks

Fire Emblem Theme
Lyrics Supervisor: Masahiro Sakurai
Translation Supervisor: Taro Yamashita
Composed by Yuka Tsujiyoko
Arranged by Shogo Sakai
Director: Taizo Takemoto
Performed by Oriko Takahashi (soprano) & Ken Nishikiori (tenor)
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Makes the other 2 games look like Superman 64
28 March 2009 | by sinisterdrecc88See all my reviews

Super Smash Bros Brawl is the best Super Smash Bros game in the series. It has pretty much an endless amount of unlock-ables, and is fun overall. You can fight in tons of arenas, such as a take on the original Donkey Kong, Sonic The Hedgehog's Green Hill Zone, and many others. Some characters include Donkey Kong, Wario, Lucario, Bowser, Solid Snake, R.O.B., and Sonic. Unlike the other Super Smash Bros games, there is an extra powerful attack you can unlock that varies for each character called Final Smash, relating to the characters' original games, which make game-play even more exciting and fun. Therefore,I guarantee that you will be hooked for months trying to unlock all the characters, stages, and everything else that can be unlocked.


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Release Date:

9 March 2008 (USA) See more »

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JPY82,000 (estimated)
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