Jump Festa Brawl impressions: 'Thrilled! ... is not.'

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JC Fletcher
December 24th, 2007
In this article: bra-smap, brawl, jump-festa, ssbb
Jump Festa Brawl impressions: 'Thrilled! ... is not.'

Bloggers from the Japanese site wii-ds.com attended the Jump Festa anime/game show at Tokyo' Makuhari Messe convention center (also the site of the Tokyo Game Show) and made a beeline for Nintendo's Super Smash Bros. Brawl demo booth. Nintendo had free play available, and also a tournament-style competition. Players could use the Wiimote or the Classic Controller.

Initially, the wii-ds.com fellows were nonplussed by the experience, finding the controls confusing and the lack of playable Lucas disappointing. Later, they went back and played it again, and it clicked. (Because they discovered how to customize the controls, mostly). They also were able to face Lucas, and were disappointed again by the apparently non-Japanese voice actor used.

Shockingly, they really enjoyed playing Brawl with the Wiimote, saying (in obvious autotrans-ese) "Surprisingly, the controller make it simpler and easier classic! And finally smap bra that was able to feel the texture."

Really, the main reason to read this is the consistent translation of Smash Bros. as "bra smap." That is hilari-tastic.

[Via NeoGAF]
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