Summary: Already become a classic retro. I know that u can buy a huge 3DS, but the thing is that those small one are the best to have forever. The only thing that I have to complain is that could be less plastic and more strong material.
Summary: Back in 1990, Nintendo jumped into the world of handheld consoles with the green and black screened Game Boy. One of the first devices of its kind that had swappable games, Super Mario Land was one of the launch titles. Featuring strange Easer Island heads, tiny sprites and a couple of fun vehicle levels, the title introduced a generation of 90’s kids to the joys of gaming on the go. Road trips to an obscure Pennsylvania water park were finally tolerable.
Pros: Everything you expect from a Mario adventure: great 3D implemenation, solid controls and colorful graphics
Cons: Very easy main campaign, little variety in challenges.
Summary: The game is simply addictive, some levels are so easy to complete while others require a lot of patience, especially when it is necessary to collect the big star coins. Once beaten, the player has the chance to play special levels which are a little more difficult and different. There are many secrets levels which are a challenge to find and complete. The 3D effect is great, and it allows the player to really notice the depth in the levels.
Summary: I have just recently started this game and it has been great so far. I do think that it's not as difficult as I imagined it would be, although that doesn't make it any less fun to play. I personally don't use the 3D on my device as it strains my eyes and it is still a great game.