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Super Mario 3D World Review | EmpireOnline

After almost three decades of consistently stunning Mario games – including last year's Super Mario 3D Land on 3DS, and the ground-breaking Wii series Super Mario Galaxy – few would doubt that Nintendo's lost its touch when it comes to weaving platform-hopping magic. But with the addition of madcap multiplayer, strikingly imaginative visuals, and more ideas per level than you'd find during the entire playing time of most other platformers, Super Mario 3D World is the most thrilling, compelling and downright joyous game of 2013. (Super Mario 3D World, Wii U) 5/5

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