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Super Mario 3D Land

Video game for the Nintendo 3DS

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A Quick Tip by Pine_Bluff_Variant

  • May 26, 2012
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While this game isn't worth going out and getting a 3DS for it, it was an enjoyable enough experience. Graphics wise, the levels look phenomenal and the 3D effect is used pretty well. Stage design can range from uninspired to crafty. Gameplay is standard Mario fare, jump on the enemies heads, defeat Bowser, and repeat. Most of the normal stages are quite easy, but when you unlock the special stages the difficulty ramps up, and if it wasn't for the special stages it would probably only take an experienced gamer a few hours tops to beat the game.

If you are a massive fan of Mario games this one is worth checking out, others may find the low difficulty a tad annoying.
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May 28, 2012
Great QT, man. I don't have a 3DS, so I can't really test this game out, but I'll certainly take your advice into account over the fact that you even said the game itself isn't worth getting the 3DS for it. For the time being, I may stick with SMB3 for some tricky-as-hell Mario goodness.
 
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review by . March 05, 2012
posted in The Gaming Hub
The following review can be found on my video games blog by clicking here      It’s no secret that Nintendo has had a very rough time releasing the Nintendo 3DS this year. Stemming back to its less than stellar launch with no real AAA titles things only got worse from there with a baron release schedule and bad press associated with health warnings it seemed Nintendo needed an ace up its sleeve. So it seems only fitting that the game to do that job is one featuring the …
review by . November 17, 2011
posted in The Gaming Hub
   Back in the days of the original Gameboy, the Super Mario Lands were hailed for being relatively different from the usual Mario experience. Sure you were still stomping and such, but you faced wildly different enemies and got some very different power ups. Super Mario 3D Land is not a sequel to those games in anyway. But like the Super Mario Land games, it takes a different approach to the Mario formula while keeping in sync with what has made it successful. Here the change is mostly …
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Super Mario 3D Land (スーパーマリオ3Dランド, Sūpā Mario Surī Dī Rando) is a platform game in the Mario series developed by Nintendo EAD Tokyo for the Nintendo 3DS. The game was released in Japan on November 3, 2011 and in North America on November 13, 2011, and is planned to be released in Europe and Australia later in the month. It was announced at Nintendo's Keynote Conference during the 2011 Game Developers Conference held in San Francisco. The game combines elements from both classic 2D side-scrolling Mario games and modern free-roaming 3D Mario games.
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