Conclusion: Now I do realize that most of this review was spent complaining about my disappointment with the new content in this game while only one paragraph was spent explaining how perfectly Nintendo has brought back the old 2D Mario feel, but don’t get me wrong.
Excerpt: Developer: Nintendo Publisher: Nintendo Features: 1 player 2 – 4 players Wireless (single card) 2 – 4 players Wireless (multi card) Thank you Mario! But our princess is in another castle! That’s it, no more, no less.
Excerpt: Writing a review is not about being clever or brilliant. It's not about using your thesaurus ad nauseum, or trying to impress others, or vomiting every single thought you have on a subject onto a page.
Excerpt: This is one of my favorites.its good fun and stuff but if u want REALLY cool games you should get a ps3 or Xbox 360.thats what i recomend.but i could be wrong.And xbox 360 has REALLY good graphics.please give thumbs up.its fun to play the game over and over again and has good graphics HOPE THIS...
Conclusion: Lack of originality in gameplay doesn’t really stop the fact that this is Mario. The game is fun for short periods, as any portable game should be. Some frustrating additions don’t really change playing the game, only completing it 100%. New Super Mario Bros.
Summary: Parents need to know that the main game doesn't take advantage of the Nintendo DS's touch screen or its microphone, but the 18 Mini games do. Several of the levels are challenging, so parents might want to encourage their kids to carefully plan how to get through all the obstacles.
Excerpt: Super Mario Bros. was the very first game on the NES, and in the opinion of many, single-handedly brought the video game back from the brink of extinction in the far-away time of 1985. Clearly inspired from the original, Nintendo brings us New Super Mario Bros.