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 Nintendo.
Newest Review: ... although there are no doubt some die-hard retro fans who view the SNES re-mastering as a blasphemous act. This package was ... more
Customer Super Mario All-Stars (N64) Reviews (2)
by - written on 01/08/06 (Very useful, 165 readings)
It’s difficult to believe that Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) owners used to pay in excess of 30 pounds for one simplistic game cartridge, containing as much as 200 KB of data. The move from 8- to 16-bit game consoles in the early 1990s saw popular titles from the older platforms, such as Nintendo’s Super Mario Bros. series, re-released and re-vamped, complete with ever more extortionate price tag, in a practice that has unashamedly continued to this day. Thankfully, one shred of uncharacteristic generosity entered the Nintendo pipeline sometime before the SNES (Super-NES) release ‘Super Mario World,’ in the form of the four-for-the-price-of-one compilation ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/04/01, updated on 23/04/01 (Very useful, 288 readings)
Introduction This is one of the greatest video game cartridges ever! Most video gamers must have played the Super Mario Brothers games before. This is a good opportunity to own 4 classic games on 1 cartridge. I remember playing these games on the original NES. Super Mario Brothers 3 was the first game that we had for that system and probably my favourite from the bunch. I think it’s great that Nintendo re-released these games for the SNES, as anyone that hasn’t played them before can get to experience all the classic moments from these good games. The graphics are vastly improved from the NES versions. Well, here’s a little about each ... Read the complete review
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