Super Mario All-Stars (N64) Reviews
Product Type: Nintendo Nintendo 64 games
Description:This game for up to two players (simultaneously) was developed and published by Nintendo.
Newest Review: ... and 4 hidden worlds. The hidden worlds were unlocked by beating the game 8 times in a row o.O . Though this was changed in ... more
Customer Super Mario All-Stars (N64) Reviews (6)
by - written on 29/07/01, updated on 29/07/01 (Very useful, 894 readings)
Super Mario Allstars + Super Mario World is a single cart that features the classic Super Mario World alongside four classic NES titles which have benefitted from a new lick of paint. The NES titles in question are Super Mario Bros., Doki Doki Panic, which was renamed Super Mario Bros. 2 for the West, Super Mario Bros. 3, and the Japanese Super Mario Bros. 2, called The Lost Levels here. Super Mario Bros. is one of the most influencial games ever; maybe only less so than Pong - the very first video game. It wasn't the first platform game, but it was the one that formed the basic structure of platform games today. With Mario, Shigeru Miyamoto crafted the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/03/10 (Very useful, 38 readings)
This game is the snes (super nintendo entertainment system). It is a compilation of mario's 2d platforming games. It contains super mario bros, super mario bros lost levels, super mario bros 2, super mario bros 3 and super mario world. Super mario world is not contained in the normal mario allstars game as this is the "Super mario allstars+super mario world" game. All of the games except super mario world have received graphical upgrades making the game more colourful and enjoyable. Also the original super mario bros and lost levels did not original include a save feature but in allstars a save feature has been added. I will now review all of the games included Read the complete review
by - written on 25/06/05, updated on 29/06/05 (Very useful, 397 readings)
In a time before emulators allowed geeks to store thousands of their favourite 16-bit games on their hard drive, fitting more than one game onto a cartridge was a rare event. Firstly because it detracted money that young idiots like me would otherwise spend on buying every game individually (although thankfully it was never money we had properly earned or worked for, and itís our parents who are the idiots after all, just like we always knew), and secondly because cartridges were really rubbish. Those plastic things you slot into your antiquated game console that donít work until you blow in them used to seem so valuable, but are now not seen as fit to wipe our bottoms .. Read the complete review
by - written on 29/07/01, updated on 29/07/01 (Very useful, 1785 readings)
Well, the name says it all. If you know what these games are, read ahead. If you don't, read ahead. I'll start with the All-Stars games first. Here we go: Super Mario All-Stars - The only several-games-in-one package that is actually worth buying. After the extreme success of the Super Mario Bros. Games, Nintendo had decided to recreate all these games onto one cart. So they made this Masterpiece. I’ll briefly go through all the games included in this cart, so you’ll have a basic idea: ---------Super Mario Bros. This game was the first released (1985). There is your usual ‘Daisy has been kidnapped, save ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/09/08 (Very useful, 46 readings)
Mario All Stars - 4 classic Nintendo platform games in one. I remember getting this game well over 10 years ago. I still play it today. To make this review a little different, I have decided to write it in rhyme. I will try and keep it as informative as possible. Once upon a time in a far away land An evil king hatched a monstorous plan He kidnapped the Princess, Peach was her name Enter Mario and Luigi - the heros of this ga... Ok. This really isn't working. Let's just write a normal review. Released in 1993 for the SNES (Super Nintendo Entertainment System) platform, Super Mario All Stars is a compendium of all Mario's ... Read the complete review
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