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Submitted by Wiiloveit 1263d ago | review

Wiiloveit.com: Super Mario 3D Land - Review

"Throughout history, whenever a Nintendo system needed a boost in sales, a Mario game would come along to help it along. Mario games have universal appeal and are widely accepted across all types of gamers, so they end up increasing popularity exponentially. With the 3DS, sales are extremely below Nintendo's original sales projection, so as per the norm, they're bringing out a new Mario game in the form of Super Mario 3D Land. The question is, is this saving grace a substantial enough experience that it can help the struggling handheld out?" -- Wiiloveit.com (3DS, Super Mario 3D Land) 97/100

browngamer41  +   1263d ago
Got this game and MK7 for Christmas! I also bought Skyward Sword but I just couldn't wait on that one...now that I have finished the main quest on Skyward Sword(still have tons of side stuff to do)-I am finding it really hard to wait on this game for another couple of weeks.

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