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Difficult for me to rate this as I bought it for my grandson's 8th birthday. He was delighted to receive it. he had asked for it so must have known what it was like. I have seen him play. It looks great fun. as I haven't yet been asked to join in, my judgement is limited. My grandson plays it with friends and they all seem super-happy so mission accomplished. I'm sure it's amazing!
I remember being about 13 years old when the family got Super Mario Brothers on NES, i don't remember it being very hard, But i do remember saving the princess twice & never playing it again for about 33 years; I found the " New Super Mario Bros to have way better graphics, but i found about 20% to difficult to complete, Yes i saved the princess, but i did not & could not complete enough of it to open up the secret word part of it, Because it was to difficult for me to do so.
A paint by numbers Mario platformer that does little whatsoever to evolve the series. Primary selling point is the co-op multiplayer. However co-op suffers terribly due to the constant unavoidable collisions of players bashing into one another. Due to this failure of game design, players will constantly kill one another due to accidentally jumping on each others' heads or knocking each other off ledges, etc. If players could simply pass through one another like ghosts without colliding, the co-op would have been awesome. As it is... the co-op is a broken aggravating mess. Take away the co-op, and you're stuck with a cookie cutter Mario platformer that doesn't live up to the NES and SNES glory days by a mile.
I find myself confused. This is by no means a terrible game, and there is fun to be had here if you're willing to take the plunge. But it's impossible to shake the feeling that this game could have been so much better if Nintendo just went that extra mile and really put some effort into it. They played it safe with this one and offered the bare minimum, and maybe for some that's enough. But for everyone not looking for New Super Mario Bros. version 1.5, and instead a genuine sequel which can proudly stand alongside Super Mario Bros. 3 and Super Mario World, you will only find disappointment here.
NSMB plays the nostalgia card and fans instantly forgive its shortcomings. I was hoping that this game would innovate by including many more never before seen gameplay elements that would blow our minds. Alas, the game simply borrows concepts from previous installments and is basically the DS Mario all over again. Will we tell our kids of how amazing NSMB was? Or will we tell them about the NES and SNES Mario games and continue to praise them as we do today?
My boyfriend is a gamer, I am not. We have played other mario parties together and those are really fun. This game was too hard for both of us, especially playing together. It gave us both anxiety and we had a hard time passing some levels and would just get way frustrated. I think this game is more fun with just one person, possibly, and one person that is good at gaming. Not meant for a beginner like me.