You played brawl alone, CPUs NEVER give you the true experience of a fighting/ party game. --- Looking for a competitive hub when Playstation All Star Battle Royale comes out? Visit this site: http://allstararena.com/
I did play online but I could rarely find friends who had it and playing randoms was not 100% fun with the occasional lag, forced anonymity, forced 4 player FFA, and whatnot. --- USA PSN: KSaku22 JP PSN: Cirno9Ice9Fairy (god I wish I could change names on PSN) Fav PSASBR character: Toro
Well, to be perfectly honest Brawl doesn't hold a candle to Melee due to the change in physics and game mechanics. Project M pretty much fixed what I thought Brawl did "wrong", though. --- Pokemon Black 2 FC: 4427 9283 9568 Name: Foxie
I played brawl mostly by myself and melee with a bunch of other people all the time. I prefer smash bros single player experience but enjoy the multiplayer a lot more in allstars.
Allstars feels completely different and closer to a 4 person fighting game than smash bros (which is more like a party game IMO). The characters in allstars also feel a lot more diverse and balanced an opposed to smash bros.