Super Mario 64 DS (DS) Reviews
Product Type: Nintendo Nintendo DS games
Description:Model ID NTRPASME / Genre: Arcade & Platform / Video Game for Nintendo DS / Universal, suitable for all / ESRB Rating: Everyone / Release ... more
Super Mario 64 DS (DS) ... Date: 2005-03-11 / Published by Nintendo / Play as Yoshi, Mario, Luigi or Wario -- each has their own unique abilities and you'll need them all. Super Mario 64 was a genre-defining classic. Now it arrives on the Nintendo DS with all-new features that take advantage of the new portable system's dual screens, touch screen and wireless features! Mario, Luigi and Wario are invited to a royal party for Princess Peach. When they arrive at the castle, it is strangely empty and the 3 of them try to learn what happened. When they disappear too, Yoshi must rescue them from their old enemy Bowser.
Newest Review: ... user to use the analogue stick to control mario, something that made the transition into the 3rd dimension a lot easier as ... more
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Customer Super Mario 64 DS (DS) Reviews (29)
by - written on 18/02/08 (Very useful, 105 readings)
Mario is back for more fun on the Nintendo DS! This excellent game is a remake of the Nintendo 64 version, and comes with a few extra features too! The gameplay is excellent with plenty to do, and you also have the added bonus of mini games! I find the mini games particularly addicting, and sit there trying to get high scores all night long! Unfortunately, this game doesn't support Nintendo Wifi, so you can only play by yourself. Having said this, you can actually play wirelessly against a friend using Nintendo DS wireless download play. It is a fantastic game, having been the very first to launch with the Nintendo DS. Therefore, mine actually came bundled with my DS, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/04/08 (Useful, 20 readings)
I honestly belive that apart from Animal Crossing this is without doubt the best game for DS. You start the game as a character called Yoshi, then as you play on you unlock Mario, after that you unlock Luigi and finally Wario. The basic storyline of the game is Princess Peach bakes Mario a cake, Mario goes to find Peach to collect the cake with Wario and Luigi and ... Bowser locks them all up so until you beat Goomboss (he's a boss) you can't get the key to unlock Mario. Each player has their own wacky power Luigi's is water run, Mario's is wall jump, Wario's is Wario wack and Yoshi's swallow. There are lots of levels - my son's favourite is the Jolly Roger ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/11/07 (Useful, 66 readings)
Lets get it out in the open, this isn't an original game it's a remake of classic N64 game that was embrassed by millions. However, that doesn't mean this game isn't good, in fact, I would say in all honesty that it surpasses the origninal game in a variety of ways. Firstly, the intuitive touch screen controls on the Nintendo DS system make gameplay significantly easier but still present the much needed chanllenge of mastering these controls. Secondly, with the addition of a bagful of new levels and mini games, the game lasts longer and presents more replay value. Thirdly, the graphics are only slightly better but it seems the camera angles that hounded the original have Read the complete review
by - written on 11/08/10 (Very useful, 26 readings)
When Nintendo introduced the DS in 2004 it rolled out a range of launch titles that covered different areas of the system's capabilities. While a lot of DS titles in those early months showcases the wonderful uses of for the touch screen in puzzle or platform games, Super Mario 64 seems to have been intended as a showcase title, covering all of their bases and really showing the full range of possibilities with the DS. While it's something of a gamble, Super Mario 64 couldn't be a more appropriate choice considering its heritage. Originally a launch title for the Nintendo 64, then as now it was constructed from the ground up to introduce gamers to a totally ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/08/08 (Very useful, 146 readings)
Well it was my birthday, so I really wanted to get something that I could play on my beloved DS. When I was younger my first ever computer based present was an Nintendo 64. The graphics weren't bad and the sound was ok but it was nothing like we have now. My poor Nintendo 64 broke around 5 years ago and I sold all my beloved games including Super Mario 64 which was one of my favourite games (apart from Goldeneye.) While browsing through the new Argos catalogue, I found the game now avalible in the DS format. It would be great to have it again. What Is It? Super Mario 64 (NDS Format) is a take off, of the original N64 game. The game has 4 playable ... Read the complete review
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