Super Mario All-Stars (SNES)

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Genre: Platformer - Publisher: Nintendo - Release Year: 1993 - For: Super NES (SNES)

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“All Star Mario!!!”

published 11/08/2012

ProA Truely Brilliant All Star Mario Game!!!

ConsNone!

Super Mario All Stars Platform: SNES (Super Nintendo) Genre: Action/Adventure Price: Varied Super Mario All Stars: The Super Mario All Stars features the first three original Mario games from the NES (Nintendo) on the SNES (Super Nintendo) plus the lost levels from the first Mario. Even though I...

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“An All-Stars Lineup”

published 07/07/2007

Pro4 games, none of which are bad, enhanced, accessib...

ConsNo real extras

*A review of Super Mario All-Stars for SNES.* Before I bought Super Mario All-Stars for the SNES I already had Super Mario Bros. and Super Mario Bros. 3 for the NES - two of the four 2D platform games which have been enhanced for this collection. With Super Mario All-Stars I got to play the two...

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Excellent

ProMany marios on ONE cart

ConsNone

Just about every company which has been on the go for years, we are talking about Thirty years, Twenty years or even older, have released their old games on to new consoles, hoping to gain both money and respect. They might get money from older gamers, who just adore horrible emulations of arcade...

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Excellent

“One of the very best....”

published 19/07/2006

ProAll 4 classic NES titles in one cart, redone

ConsNone

Remember the mario games that were released on the NES? Starting with Super Mario Bros which started the mario series as a scrolling platformer, then coming the slightly disappointing Super Mario Bros 2., but ultimately the NES' last mario game was to be the legendary Super Mario Bros 3, which...

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Super

“SIMMER STICKS TO THE 90s”

published 24/07/2002

Proexcellent new graphics, sounds, etc.

Consreally only one new game

~*~ Disclaimer: This opinion has no connection to chocolate or annoying little kids who think that they're HearSay. ~*~ INTRODUCTION Yep, Simmer's still having fun in the 90s and isn't planning on coming back any time soon! If you've read my last op, you'll know that I'm currently reliving the...

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Excellent

“2 opinions pasted together”

published 30/07/2001

ProIt's 5 of the best games ever, improved!

ConsAgain, too old for me to persuade people to buy.

Well, the name says it all. If you know what these games are, read ahead. If you don't read ahead. I'll start with the All-Stars games first. Here we go: Super Mario All-Stars - The only several-games-in-one package that is actually worth buying. After the extreme success of the Super Mario Bros...

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Excellent

Pro4 great games for the price of 1!

ConsNone

The Mario All-stars package contains all the Super Mario Bros. Series, Super Mario Bros. 1, Super Mario Bros. 1 The Lost Levels, Super Mario Bros. 2 and Super Mario Bros. 3. This product is exceptionally good value for money, as you can pick it up for a few quid and it contains 4 of the best NES...

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Excellent

Pro4 great games on one cart with new graphics!

ConsWell... it won't do your homework

This is the most kick arse Super Nintendo Entertainment System cart out there, it has all the Nintendo Entertainment System Mario games, including The Lost Levels, the Japanese Super Mario Brothers 2, a great game in its own right and never before released over here. This cart also has value for...

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Excellent

“Bargain”

published 19/08/2000

ProFour great Mario games on one cart

This Cartridge comprises of 4 games. These games are, Super Mario Bros, Super Mario Bros: The Lost Levels, Super Mario Bros 2 and Super Mario Bros 3. Super Mario Bros is the most basic, it has basic graphics, many levels and you can save after each section. The Lost Levels is an improved version...

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Excellent

ProGreat value for money, will want to play again and...

ConsAt times frustrating

4 Mario games on one cartridge, in one word bargain! I will give a quick run down of each game then cover the cartridge as a whole Super Mario Bros - The original released in 1987, and still packs a great punch to this day with it's simple yet effective gameplay and iconic soundtrack. Super Mario...

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Excellent

“pure class on a SNES cart”

published 17/07/2000

ProThree outstanding games (plus the average Mario Br...

ConsIsn't available on any current format

This game is quite frankly brilliant. It comprises of the three Mario games on the NES and a game which was never released in Blighty. Though the games are basic aesthetically the gameplay simply shines and to be honest I think it is better as a cartridge than any other Nintendo release. I sold...

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Excellent

“Classic !”

published 13/08/2012

Proclassic, fun, simple yet extended play

Consnone what so ever

This game just always hits my childhood spot of joy and excitement being able to play this game after school ends. I remember the day my aunt first came over and handed this to me as a birthday gift and i still am playing it, believe it or not. Once the old console broke, the only game i missed...

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Super

“Value for money!”

published 23/07/2000

ProAll 3 Mario games on one cart! WOW!

ConsA little outdated now

This is the best cartridge to hit the SNES! It has all 3 Super Mario Brothers games! The games, poor by todays standard, are still very good for their time. If you are not familiar with the super mario games then it is just a basic platform game, where you run and jump your way through the levels...

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