The control pad is used much as you'd expect, controlling movements like running, jumping, crouching and getting down through platforms.
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The 2 button is mainly used for standard and strong attacks. Just pressing it alone will do a standard attack, while if you hold a direction you get a strong attack. You can also use it for smash attacks when available.
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The 1 button gets used for special moves, which move depends on the direction you're holding.
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B button is your shield amongst other things. The position of this seems a little strange, but it's accessible enough and could work out ok.
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The A button is used for taunting your opponents.
When a smash ball appears you have to hit it, rather than just walk into it.
Yoshi's deformed foot.
A limited demo of Brawl will be playable in Los Angeles at the "E For All" expo on October 18th (tomorrow). Wiimote controls will be on-hand to try for those attending.
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