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I was finally able to get myself to sit down and install Project M. A surprisingly simple process that takes no less than a minute. (Excluding the download time which roughly took about 10-15 minutes. Depends on the power of your computer)
You can find more information about Project M on their website. Without further ado, let's get to the review.


After the insanely simple installation, Project M (Project Melee) gave Super Smash Brothers Brawl a complete makeover. Decking out the character rooster with new inclusions of Roy and Mewtwo and countless new skins for almost about every character.


It updated the stages and added new one's such as Dracula's Castle and Skyloft. There's also the Training Room which all of these stages are completely new and original Project M stages.


What I like about the updated stages is they basically redesigned them. An example of that is Rumble Falls where they made the stage stationary instead of being a vertical moving stage.


More stages from the previous games are also included. Saffron City and Hyrule Castle from Super Smash Brothers on the Nintendo 64 also see the light of day.
The two new characters that weren't in Brawl, Mewtwo and Roy, are exactly the same as they were from Melee. The only thing that was updated on their movesets were their final smashes. Also Mewtwo's skin is noticeably updated. Both of them fit perfectly into the game and don't standout among the other characters as Melee characters.
Turbo Mode, which is accessable by going to Special Brawl (and also a new in battle item), is a brand new mode Project M added in the game. Essentially you can perform combo attacks.


Whenever you pause the game during a battle you can move the camera angle freely. Which wasn't possible at all in Brawl. It's perfect when wanting to get those picture perfect screenshots of the battle.


One of my favorite things about Project M is that you can play against your friends online that also have Project M installed.


There's ALOT to cover regarding what Project M fixes. Everything that I have said is the most noticeable changes in the game.


Now I would like to take the time to personally thank the Project M developer for letting fellow Smash players have access to Project M absolutely free.

The $99 Wii system (the Wii Mini) is now heading over to North America. Only able to play Wii games meaning it's not backwards compatible and not to mention it doesn't connect to the internet. It's not a bad deal for those who are on a tight budget who don't own a Wii.