Heritage: Super Mario 3D World Review

The game features some of the best level design to date from Nintendo, and the fact it's in glorious HD makes it even better. Levels have a uniqueness about them that stand out from others. Part of the fun is seeing what comes up next, so I won't spoil all the details. One level that plays with shadows has superb lighting effects while another is a tribute to Mario Kart that I wanted to play again and again. The new cat power-up will have you climbing up every wall to find secrets. Nabbing cherries to control multiple Marios or others at once leads to some very strategic situations.

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browngamer411458d ago

Starting to see a trend here..;)

Activemessiah1457d ago

if only they released this at launch...

Kos-Mos1457d ago

Yes, they saved it for a year just for fun. For your information, good games takes time to make and cost a lot of manpower and money.

Do you regret posting your comment now?

higgins781457d ago

Same could be said for ANY PS3/360 game which came after launch, since - like the Wii U - both had good games but nothing worth the price of the consoles alone. Anyway, has the PS4 or Xbox One any launch games which rival SM3DW? Honest answer...not even close.

Thirty3Three1457d ago

4/4? That's an odd rating system, haha! Sounds like a good game though!

chrissx1457d ago

Mario is still the man