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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 851d ago | review

Nintendo Life: Super Mario World Review

Nintendo Life: Right from the six-note melody that opens the first stage, you can tell there's something special about Super Mario World. This is the Super Nintendo launch title that set the bar impossibly high for day-one releases, created the magic that games such as Super Mario 64, Sonic Adventure, and Luigi's Mansion have hoped to echo since, and that nearly two decades on is still regarded by many as the gold standard of platforming adventures. (Super Mario World, Wii U) 10/10

Guwapo77  +   851d ago
Amazing experience for those that haven't played this game in the early 90s. As a Wii U owner, this will not hold me over till the next Nintendo produced game comes along.

*I still have the original...
jsslifelike  +   851d ago
Do we still need reviews of emulated games?
ZodTheRipper  +   851d ago
Nintendo needs them.

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