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I bought this for my son and I was dubious when he first asked for it as he has the game for his Dsi and wasn't sure whether this game would be exactly the same but following pester power I ordered and I'm glad I did! Although the game is similar to the Dsi version being able to play in two - four player mode makes it a lot more fun and there are some new characters to use and some parts of the game seem totally different to previous versions for other consoles. We have had a lot of fun playing on the game. One thing that I don't like about it is the game only gives you the option to save your progress at the castles part way through and at the end of a world. You can save your progress at other levels but it can only be used once so for example if you save the game while having lunch it will allow you to return to the level but if you then go on to lose all yout lives you have to start from the beginning of the world or the middle castle which we have found frustrating.
I thought that Super Mario brothers cannot get any more innovative than the old titles (various NES titles that I used to play with in my younger days!). But I was very wrong. This is a very exciting, well designed and detailed game. Youngsters love it, it is their most favourite game since Christmas out of many titles they own. Although one has finished the game he goes back and plays the previous levels. The 2D platform does not dissapoint. Although it's a great game, in comparison to other titles I think it is a bit pricey, so giving it 4 stars, but for game enjoyment/ fun I have given it 5 stars.
I bought 'Super Mario' because I used to play it as a child and I absolutely loved it back then. It's generally good, nice graphics, good challenges, but there are aspects of the game that really irritate me such as: the fact that you can't save each game before going to the next one, which means that if you die on the last game of the group, you have to go back and do all the games in that group again, which can get really repetitive if you keep dying on that last game. Also, most games just remove a life from your character when they die, but in this one not only you lose a life, but you're also placed in a bubble and you need to be rescued by another member of the team, which I think is a useless and time consuming addition to the game.
Eagerly awaited by my 7 year old and although this is a fun game and a game that we can all play together (four players) it is not as much fun as Mario Super Galaxy 2. The graphics are more arcade like and the game play (so far) has been on a linear axis only.
It has failed to hold the attention of my children but may become a staple Wii game with a bit more practice.
I like it and its simplicity but it is not as captivating or varied as Galaxy 2.
A little disappointed on first impresssion but I think (and hope) it will grow on the players once we move past the earlier games.
My 6 year old son LOVES playing this game with me (his mum) and telling e how to play!! Never mind that its the game I used to play when I was young. Love it. Hasn't been changed that much - but it more fun to play with another player - can get kinda tense if someone falls behind... but a classic Mario game for any fan.
This is a typical Nintendo platform game. Anybody who remembers the original NES and the Mario of the time, will recognise the format. I've never been a big fan of platform games but bought this for my daughter who loves them. Both her and my son (adults, incidentally) think the game is fantastic, particularly being able to play as a team. The levels are varied and parts of them require good hand eye co-ordination to progress. From my point of view, it's good, for a platform game