Nintendo has detailed the exciting online mode of Super Smash Bros. Brawl on Wii, via the daily-updated official website.
Series director Masahiro Sakurai boasts about the simple nature of Brawl's online antics, and explains in exact detail how to get yourself into an online game. By the looks of it, even your girlfriend and nan could do it.
Things, unfortunately, start off with a quick swapsy of the Wii's controversial friend codes, following a quick browse through your friends list wherein you can create a personalised profile with icon and motto.
Once that's out of the way, getting a game on looks pretty straight forward. Don't take our (or Nintendo's) word for it though; have a look at the screenshots here.
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