SSBB: Ground Theme, Mushroomy Kingdom, Tokyo vs. Kyoto, and Masterpieces

On January 23, the DOJO gave us a look at the stage Mushroomy Kingdom as it appears in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. It appears that the land we once thought as vibrant and colorful, from Super Mario Bros., is now a forgotten waist land.

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On the same day, the DOJO also gave us a trial Super Mario Bros.: Ground Theme, to go along with the Mushroomy Kingdom stage.

On January 24, the DOJO gave us information on their Test Battle between player in Tokyo and Kyoto(about same distance between Los Angeles and Las Vegas) over a Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection.


On January 25, the DOJO was updated with information on Masterpieces. Wondering who these characters you’re playing with are and what games they came from. The people who made Brawl are offering a wonderful response to gamers future desires. Brawl will offer samples of all these wonderful games. No online connection is needed to play these games. Thankfully Nintendo isn’t limiting how many times you can play a game, instead they limit how long you can play after starting. But what if the game’s glorious goodies are found later in the games’ play-span? Well some games even offer save date for such a curiosity.

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Smash Bros. DOJO!!!

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