Summary: I found this game awful. To be fair, I didn't get very far in before I threw it to one side. I swear there were better graphics on my old super nintendo. Constant text. Constant! Everything you do is explained to you for about 5 minutes before you actually do it. I played for about an hour, got inside Bowser and it was like it was still a tutorial. I can't beleive it has so many 5* reviews. Thank God I picked it up really cheap or I would be fuming.
Summary: I can't believe how rubbish this game is and what a waste of money. Considering that New Super Mario Bros kept us addicted for weeks and weeks, this game saw us bored to tears after an hour. Loads and loads of boring words keep interupting the game every 30 seconds or so, which you then have to scroll through. The actual fighting etc. is completely unchallenging and repetative. Utter tripe. (PS.
Summary: I bought this game after checking out the reviews, the majority of which said it was a great game. Only one person said there was a lot of reading and having played the game I believe he should have said excessive reading. What you have to wade through at times is nothing short of mind-numbing drivel. Especially bad is the character Lord Fawful and I think the vocabulary used must be directed at the lower age group for the game ( 3+ ).
if you like the new mario bros. you don't like this one.
18 December 2009
Summary: We in this family love the new mario bros. We thought by all the reviews here that this one would be great. It's the opposite, we don't like it at all. There's too much reading, which is difficult for our 3 and 4 year old. No, we don't like it and it can't be compared to 'new mario bros'.