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Super Mario Bros. 3

Fifth release in the Super Mario video game series

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Mario's Most Challenging Adventure

  • Aug 14, 2008
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I first played Super Mario Brothers 3 many, many years ago when it first appeared on the original NES. Now, it's all over the place, having been re-released for the Game Boy Advance and now downloadable on the Wii. It is certainly the most difficult Mario title I have ever played. The graphics are cute, the sound is catchy - til you die 999999 times on the same level, then it gets on your last nerve. The worlds are massive and offer many puzzles to test the most seasoned veteran. That being said, it is still enjoyable by a younger audience thanks to the easier first few worlds, the ability to warp over uber hard worlds, and some cheats like the "p-wing" or "cloud" that let you fly above a whole level or skip it. All in all, this is a very enjoyable title, and the final battle with King Koopa is a blast and a half.

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August 19, 2008
great review!
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review by . August 02, 2012
posted in Siliconera Bounce
Many gamers consider this the best game in the NES library, and while I won't say that since I don't think I've played a wide enough array of games for that console to come up with such a conclusion, I'll say that this is my favorite game with the Mario title on it. This is my favorite of all the Mario games since I think among Mario's "classic" games, this one is the toughest while still being fun and unlike the two previous Mario games, starts to include features …
Quick Tip by . September 26, 2010
This is what a sequel to one of the most classic games should be. Find whats good about the original and ramp it up.
Quick Tip by . September 09, 2010
Watch "The Wizard" for nostalgic purposes and to learn a secret from the game.
review by . August 10, 2009
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