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Submitted by FlameHawk 1330d ago | review

Super Mario 3D Land Review | PALGN

Where Nintendo would be without their flagship franchise, the Super Mario Bros. series, we have no idea. Perhaps they wouldn't 'be' at all. So much more than a stepping stone to global success, Nintendo has, for most part, managed to keep the playful plumber as inventive and relevant to today's world of gaming as he was over two decades ago in his Donkey Kong debut. With a some-million strong army of loyal fans, and more spin-offs than you can shake a fire flower at, Super Mario Bros. goes with the Nintendo territory, and if there's any guarantee one can give it's that if you buy a Nintendo platform, you will get a Super Mario Bros. game eventually. (3DS, Super Mario 3D Land) 9/10

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