We don't normally review games here at Multiplayer, but this time we made an exception.
On Friday, I dealt with a moral dilemma: should I lend my early copy of "Super Smash Bros. Brawl" to a co-worker, whose nine year-old was having a Saturday night birthday/slumber party? Or should I take it home for myself and finally enjoy the game we've all been waiting years for?
While there were many comments arguing for both options (as well as a few inventive ones, like replacing the "Brawl" disc with the "Melee" one), I decided to lend the game to my co-worker for his kid. The only condition? I wanted photographic proof (see above) that they played the game, as well as a brief review from said birthday boy.
Here it is...
"This game is awesome because you get to play as cool characters and the arenas rock. My favorite part has so far been fighting the hand. I love the graphics and the fact that you can pause, zoom and take photos of the screens. There are a lot of characters, it's great fun. You can play for a long time without getting bored."
From my co-worker:
"Thank you so much. I am officially the coolest dad. They all called their friends to tell them that they were playing the game a day earlier."