is a biggie folks, so if you have any interest in playing Brawl
with fresh, untainted eyes, you'll want to not
head past the post break.
A highly useful fighter in Melee
, Fire Emblem
series regular Marth is to return in Brawl
, and becomes available after players have taken part in ten brawls, finished Classic mode on any difficulty level, and recruited Marth for their party in the Subspace Emissary
. As in Melee
, mastering your use of Marth's sword will prove key, with the tip of the weapon dealing out more damage (12%) than a close-up attack (8%).
The blue-haired one is packing a powerful Final Smash as well, with a single swipe of his sword smiting anybody who's foolish enough to be close by. Its name, "Critical Hit," seems entirely appropriate, and its execution even brings up a Fire Emblem
-esque life gauge
, a cute nod to the series.