Super Smash Bros. Brawl is a fighting game for the Wii. This is the third installment in the Super Smash Bros. series and the follow-up to Super Smash Bros. Melee for the Nintendo GameCube. It was designed by Masahiro Sakurai, who also made the preceding Super Smash Bros. games, and developed by a team that was specifically created for it. The game uses a game engine called Havok that mainly focuses on the game physics, which was provided by an Irish company of the same name. After a planned release date of December 3, 2007 in North America, all regions had their release dates pushed back. It was then slated for release on February 10, 2008 in North America, and January 24, 2008 for Japan. However on January 15, 2008, it was then delayed to January 31, 2008 for Japan.
In the original Japanese version of the Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door and some translations, Vivian(pictured), is depicted as transgender, identifying as female despite other characters asserting that she is male, but this is lost in the English version and she is only described with feminine pronouns.
Super Princess Peach is the only game where Peach's role name is translated into its katakana form as プリンセス (Purinsesu) rather than the kanji form 姫 (Hime), which her role is regularly translated as in Japanese. The katakana usage of her role is only officially used in this game's title.
In the Japanese version of Wario World, the Black Jewel actually has a second attack phase, complete with new music, attacks, and weaknesses. This is presumably due to the extra time after the western releases.