Foxtrot Celebrates The Release Of Super Smash Brothers Brawl


Foxtrot may be one of the funniest cartoon strips out there today and it just released a comic about Smash Bros Brawl to celebrate it’s launch in North America. I assume they are making fun of the fact that people have had the game reserved since the beginning of time. SSBB will certainly be taking up a lot of gamer time this week. This game gave a lot of people a reason to dust off their Wii consoles.

Via Digg 

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5 Comments on Foxtrot Celebrates The Release Of Super Smash Brothers Brawl


On March 9, 2008 at 4:52 pm

I am one of those people who had the game preordered for a very long time. Last summer is when I preordered the game. It was well worth the wait though.


On March 9, 2008 at 8:23 pm

Nice comic, reflects the majority of the nintendo fans out there.

I never pre-ordered it but I did go pick up a copy today on its release,
it was fairly easy to get though the line at gamestop was out the door.

And as you stated, I had not used my Wii in several months as I haven’t
really had much of a reason to do so, finally I have a good reason to
turn it on again!


On March 10, 2008 at 1:36 pm

Come on! No reason to turn on your Wii? Have you not played Galaxies?


On March 10, 2008 at 10:22 pm

if you preorder brawl reaaally eraly in canada on amazon like a bit before christmas what day will u get it on?


On March 12, 2008 at 1:07 pm

I love reading that people “dust off their Wii” console from time to time. What makes a hardcore gamer hardcore – the system used, or the amount of time spent playing? I haven’t had my Wii sit docile for more than a day yet! Maybe I just have all those great memories of the original NES system, and couldn’t give a rip for games like the Halo series. In case everyone forgot, games are to distract you from real life, not glorify and remind you of (a very real) war.