Ever since the last DLC character launch for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, there have been contenders for the party fighting game crown. One is the upcoming MultiVersus title from Warner Bros. The other is the already released Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl. While the game is a decent Smash clone, it felt lifeless without any voices for the combatants. That all changes today, as Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl has received a free update for full character voice-over and battle items.
Gamers who download the update will be happy to hear such favorites as Tom Kenny (SpongeBob), Billy West (Ren & Stimpy), Frank Welker (Garfield), and Janet Varney (Korra), just to name a few. My apologies to the Chris Pratt fans who wanted to hear him voice Garfield, but the movie cat is a different entity than the television one.
In addition, usable items have been added to the game. Players can utilize such things as the Krabby Patty, Sokka’s boomerang, and Log from Blammo! It rolls downstairs, alone or in pairs, don’t you know?
The free voice-over and battle items update for Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl can be downloaded on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC systems. It will release a bit later for Nintendo Switch. Also, if you have PlayStation Plus, Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl is the free title of the month starting June 7, so you can take advantage of that along with this new content.
I’m happy voices and items were added to Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl. Of course, these are basic things that should have been there from the start. But better late than never, right?