Nintendo Life’s Super Smash Bros. Wii U Review: A KO Winner

Mario and pals are at it again and this time, it's on the Wii U. Yep, it's better than ever!

Mario and pals are at it again and this time, it’s on the Wii U. Yep, it’s better than ever!

When I was a kid, I never could’ve envisioned all the Nintendo mascots throwing down in one giant melee. Ah, but that was before Super Smash Bros., an uber-popular, award-winning franchise that has brought countless hours of entertainment to millions of gamers everywhere. The question is whether or not the latest iteration lives up the lofty expectations of the fans.

Well, if you want an answer, we suggest checking out Nintendo Life. As usual, they’ve provided Nintendo followers with an excellent review, and critic Jon Wahlgren pulls no punches. He dives into the nuts and bolts of the game and ensures that the reader emerges with all the requisite information. Combining existing experience and knowledge with a keen eye for detail, this critic produces an in-depth, captivating analysis.

No stone is left uncovered so if you’re in the mood for a lengthy yet informative read, and you appreciate such a meticulous evaluation, you’ll love this review. In my experience, the more passionate the fan, the more likely they are to appreciate this approach…

With a satisfying roster and plenty of customization, it's the deepest SSBM yet.

With a satisfying roster and plenty of customization, it’s the deepest SSBM yet.

Why We Like It:

— The critic proves beyond any shadow of a doubt that there’s more to this brawler than meets the eye. It’s important, especially for those who are unfamiliar with this particular IP. It ain’t just a colorful, cutesy fighter!

— There’s just a huge amount of detail and information. Not only does this prove knowledge, it also proves dedication.

— The fans will appreciate the nice balance between comparing the current version to past entries, and the objective analysis of the latest installment.

Congrats, Jon!

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2 thoughts on “Nintendo Life’s Super Smash Bros. Wii U Review: A KO Winner”

I used to love SSBM but I dunno…..these days, it doesn’t really do it for me.

Have it, love it. 🙂

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