Smash Bros. Brawl Update: Vault Game Mode
The top menu contains six different modes, but I’ve decided to introduce the finer points of each mode one by one.
Here’s the top menu.
Let’s do a rough overview of the mode known as the Vault.
The Vault is where items you’ve collected or created in Brawl are stored. Objects you’ve received as rewards or downloaded usually appear here.
This is the Vault menu!
Trophies & Stickers
Browse your collection of trophies here.
Line up your trophies and take photos of them.
View all of your stickers laid out neatly in an album.
Enjoy arranging your stickers.
Fire off volleys of coins to snag new trophies and stickers!
You can create all sorts of stages here. Go here for more details.
Build stages like this one!
And this one!
If you connect to Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, you might find something new waiting for you here.
Check out your best snapshots here. Go to this link for more details.
All the shots you take can be found in the Album!
It looks like you might have a new snapshot waiting as well.
Once you’ve received a reward for completing a challenge, check here to see what you need to do to complete other challenges. Find more information here.
Save up to 3 minutes of game play per replay.
Of course, you can record your brawls…
And your Home-Run Contests!
And your runs in Target Smash!!
And your exploits in Multi-Man Brawl!
The power to record and send out brawl replays is in your hands. You can even zoom in for a close-up on individual characters while viewing replays.
Savor the “authentic” battles past for many famous characters through Virtual Console trial versions! Find out more here.
This bonus feature lets you peruse Nintendo’s library of past titles. Missing titles in your Chronicle will gradually fill in as you obtain stickers and other things related to those games. (However, there are some titles that will not be displayed until the very end.)
Mm hmm… …This is just nuts.
How on earth did we squeeze all these modes in here? I’ve clearly gone overboard with Brawl.
But still, it’s not like I want everyone to play through every single portion of the game. I think I’d rather you played small portions of the areas you find interesting a little at a time.
Whether you choose to go solo or play with friends, you’re covered, because Brawl is about playing the way you want to play.