Super Mario 64 (N64) Reviews
Product Type: Nintendo Nintendo 64 games
Description:Genre: Arcade & Platform / Published by Nintendo
Newest Review: ... PS3 graphics, but at the time, the of the N64 were groundbreaking. Besides, Nintendo compensated the way in which they always ... more
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Customer Super Mario 64 (N64) Reviews (72)
by - written on 30/08/07 (Somewhat useful, 75 readings)
The game of this mario game is to save princess peach and her castle from the hands of bowser. In order to do this, you have to work your way through 75 out of 100 levels to collect the power stars, battling bowser 3 times along the way. Most of the levels are hidden inside paintings, walls or mirrors that you have to jump into. There's loads of different levels to complete and its a game with loads of variation and things to do. After you've collected 75 stars and defeated the final bowser, there's still 15 more start to collect until you've completely finished the game, so it can keep you entertained for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/08/10 (Very useful, 8 readings)
One of the most recognised 3D platformers in gaming, this is also regarded as one of the greatest Mario games of all time. The aim is to rescue the Princess Peach from Bowser, by collecting stars from a group of levels ranging from an ice world, to a fire world, a fortress and a submarine base among many others. Each world houses a number of stars to be gained by different tasks. The controls are easy to pick up and the difficulty curve is perfect, easing you into the game well. There's a huge amount of replay value what with the number of stars, though there's a lack of multiplayer that is available in the new DS version. The best thing about this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/07/10 (Very useful, 7 readings)
This is one of my favorite Nintendo games! Me and my friends used to play on this for hours and hours, we even asked some more friends to help us complete the game! But we managed to! Mario gets invited by Princess Peach to visit her at the castle, but when he arrives at Peach's castle, she is not there, but the evil dinosaur Bowser, has taken her away and everything else that belongs to Peach and Mario, but there is one thing Bowser hasn't stolen, and that is Toad, the tiny mushroom who helps Mario on his quest to find Princess Peach and tells Mario secrets about the castle and how he can get to them, but Mario has to gain some special skills to do that like ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/04/10 (Very useful, 6 readings)
When the N64 was released in the UK in 1997 it made its mark instantly largely thanks to often being bundled with Mario 64, which was released at the same time. Best described as an action/adventure/3D platformer, Mario 64 was truly a sight to behold to kids of the 90's who had previously only experienced the 2D magnificence offered by the SNES, Megadrive and a host of older consoles. Some kids, myself included, had barely even seen a 3D game before (except maybe a brief go on Duke Nuken 3D on their Aunt's computer). Having been well acquainted with the character of Mario from the SNES and Gameboy, it is fair to say that Nintendo have almost ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/03/10 (Very useful, 11 readings)
Super Mario 64 was the first ever super mario game to be presented in 3D. Many, many gamers couldn't wait until the day super mario 64 was released was it going to be a smash hit just like his previous 2D games, or was it going to be a disaster. Of course it turned out to be amazing the way mario moved brilliantly in 3D, his moves he could perform whilst shouting words with glee ya! wahoo! yipee!! The way the levels were presented and the way you had to fight bowser and the music, yes everything about this game was groundbreaking stuff! Like almost every Mario game princess peach has been kidnapped by bowser and has hidden himself and peach in the walls of ... Read the complete review
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