Samus has always brought the firepower to the Smash Bros. Series, and Brawl looks like it is not going to be any different. Samus once again brings the heavy armor with her power suit as well as the firepower with her trademark zero laser. But can Samus stand out in a crowd full of newcomers, including the zero-suit version of herself? We'll have to wait and see!
Sheik is Zelda's not-so-mysterious alter-ego. But instead of the delicate magic that is Zelda's trademark, Sheik's attacks are a bit more physical. Although she may have been around since Melee, she has since gotten a makeover in the style of Twilight Princess just for Brawl.
Probably the most popular of the new characters, Snake represent a whole new type of character for the Smash Bros. universe. Snake is the first non-Nintendo exclusive character, and many are excited what this crossover could mean for future Smash Bros. games. But as for Snake in the present, he comes fully outfitted for Smash Bros combat with his trademark stealth and some special weapons including a grenade launcher!
Yes, my friends, it seems we have come full circle. Not only are Mario and Sonic at the Olympic games, they are also hanging out together in the Smash Bros. universe. Sonic will definitely be up to his old tricks in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, which include running incredibly fast…and something else I'm sure. You can expect plenty of high flying moves from this character, and I'm sure Sonic's inclusion in Smash Bros. Brawl will finally give old Sega and Nintendo fans time to bury the hatchet as they beat each other senseless on-screen.