Submitted by digitalricket 1164d ago | review

OkayGeek.com Review - Super Mario 3D Land

Mario’s always been known for bringing something new to the table with every major release we’ve seen on a console. The handheld department however, has always sorta just stayed with the 2D formula. And with the exception of NSMB, Mario games in the sense of running and jumping, haven’t always been that prevalent on mobile systems like the GBA or DS. But with 3D Land, we’re now venturing into the third-dimension, in a game that is a mix between everything we’ve come to love from just about every major Mario game — from Super Mario Bros. to Super Mario Galaxy. But does it have an identity of its own, or is it just a culmination of old ideas slapped together for profit? (3DS, Super Mario 3D Land) 4/5

ssb3173  +   1163d ago
This is a really good game, would advise people to buy it, both those who have a 3ds or are planning/thinking of getting one

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