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Submitted by rpcdrag0n 989d ago | review

Super Mario 3D Land Review - The Digital Fix

Nintendo's 3DS hasn't had the best start in life, released with few games and even eight months down the line the only real quality titles were sadly re-skinned Nintendo 64 titles. The future does look brighter however, with its iconic plumbing mascot paving the way for a much steadier stream of quality first-party titles being released over the coming months.

With the 3D Mario titles Nintendo have been streamlining and simplifying the structure of the games in order to appease a wider, more casual audience. Super Mario 3D Land continues that trend, featuring little to no wasted gameplay time. (3DS, Super Mario 3D Land) 9/10

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