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Submitted by Aclay 1239d ago | review

Joystiq: Super Mario 3D Land Review: Depths worth plumbing

Joystiq: "For the early portions of Super Mario 3D Land, I was under the dual misconceptions that I didn't like it very much, and I wasn't doing the review. Both of those assumptions proved false after I found myself playing through about half the game in a single, nonstop session. It became clear that I liked it much more than I thought I did -- and I had inadvertently gotten well ahead of our assigned reviewer during my Mario fugue state, hence the duty shifted to me.

I also spent that first half of the game thinking this was the easiest Mario platformer I'd ever played. That turned out not to be the case at all." (3DS, Super Mario 3D Land) 4.5/5

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