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Old 03-04-2013, 06:58 AM   #21
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There was something about that yellow mario box that had this magical image of greatness in my head that nothing could top it. Mario 3 is awesome and always will be!
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Old 09-09-2016, 06:15 PM   #22
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Wow old thread. I have to disagree though. Super Mario World beats all other Mario's. I would say SMB3 comes in at 2nd with Mario 64 3rd
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Old 09-10-2016, 12:17 AM   #23
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Are there any plans for Super Mario World to be sold on the virtual console? I'd love to nab that and SMB2 for the 2DS, along with Mario Maker.
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Are there any plans for Super Mario World to be sold on the virtual console? I'd love to nab that and SMB2 for the 2DS, along with Mario Maker.
It's available on the Virtual Console for Wii U and New 3DS, 2DS is out of luck.
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Super Mario Bros. 3 definitely raised the bar for the franchise, establishing things that would be expanded later. The game itself is absolutely massive, even by modern standards. If you go by the amount of variety in the first game, compared to the second, there's a notable increase. But after realizing what most call Super Mario Bros. 2 was a non-related game hastily redone in the eleventh hour...well, the third entry is easily the series' first fully-original sequel. Among the bolder additions first introduced, SMB3 has the map with selectable worlds, power-up storage, and the seven Koopalings. Then-new suits like the Racoon, Frog, and Hammer Brother kept players interested, and Bowser was definitely no pushover if you avoided tricking him with the crumbling floor. Even making it to his chamber with the Hammer Suit was a big challenge...though if you succeeded, he died fairly quickly since Hammers were the game's most powerful weapon.
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Super Mario Bros. 3 was the first game in my memory where itís release was a huge event. Hell, I remember friends begging their parents they go see The Wizard just so we could get a preview of the game. It the indisputable greatest game of all time.
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