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Posted on Thursday, May 11 @ 03:39:11 Eastern by Ben_Silverman
At a surprise press conference right after E3 Day 1 ended, Nintendo mastermind Shigeru Miyamoto yanked the cover off what we hope is the company's last E3 secret - Super Smash Bros. Brawl for the Nintendo Wii.

It's got all the old characters plus a bunch of new ones, including Pit from Kid Icarus, a gaseous Wario, an unmasked hottie technically called Zero Suit Samus, and most stunning of all, Solid f-ing Snake. Like, the badass from all those Metal Gear games. Yeah, him.

Though they haven't released any official facts yet, I was one of the lucky few to be there and jotted down rushed notes like "will be online" and "not launch game" alongside the brilliant "Wario to have fart move." I should be fired.

 



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