About the Australian online Super Smash Bros. community
Australian Super Smash Bros. players were able to play Wifi with Super Smash Bros. Brawl up to six months before the Australian release by ordering overseas Wiis from websites like Play Asia. Eventually the game was made available nation wide and people all around the country were able to experience Super Smash Bros. online for the first time on June 26, 2008.

Players were forced to find people on the internet to trade Friend Codes with if they didn't want to play the standard two minute timed matches online. This was the only way to play online for Super Smash Bros. Brawl without friends and to guarantee that things like items and hazardous stages would not be used.

Australian Super Smash Bros. communities began to appear on Australian gaming websites as Australians looked for local friend codes.


Quite quickly, Australian gaming websites were finding their online forums bursting with Super Smash Bros. Brawl players trying to trade friend codes. A popular website for some time was Aussie Nintendo which had a Super Smash Bros. online thread that spanned hundreds of pages. Despite the website being no longer in existence, the community has moved to Another Castle where they prepared to welcome the new Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS.

Another Australian gaming website which saw considerable Super Smash Bros. activity was MMGN. Originally known as MyWii, this site fostered a slightly more competitive breed of players, many of which competed in Australian offline Super Smash Bros. tournaments.

Membership to Super Smash Bros. communities are not monogamous - introuduce yourself to Super Smash Bros. players from all over the internet to maximise the number of opponents you can fight against online!

by Shitashi 09/11/2014 00:00:00

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