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Submitted by -Mezzo- 951d ago | review

AvClub - Super Mario 3D Land Review

AvClub - There are few opportunities to push in 3D Land, to stretch out and find the edge of the world, since it’s always in front of you. When you do find that edge, it’s all too common to just fall off, because there’s so little space to run. There’s fun here, and a great deal of content, with a whole second quest of new levels and remixed challenges waiting after you beat Bowser, but 3D Land is nonetheless weightless. (3DS, Super Mario 3D Land) B/A+

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