Super Mario Advance GBA- a classic in your pocket!
30 November 2011
Excerpt: I grew up playing games on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES), most of my favourite games when I was younger included my favourite plumbers Mario and Luigi and their dinosaur friend Yoshi, and of course Princess Peach, who always seems to be running into bad luck and getting captured by...
Excerpt: I was a bit hesistant about buying this, seeing as it's a remake of a game I've owned for about ninety years (or thereabouts), but I shouldn't have worried. I've been playing it as my handheld game of choice for a couple of weeks now and I'm still enjoying it.
Excerpt: Note : Here is my opinion about Mario Advance 2 : Super Mario World. I write it there but i'm not very sure it's the right place... Well... When I got in my hands this tiny cartridge, I almost cried : Super Mario World, the one, the mythical platform game.
Pros: It's Super Mario World plus Luigi, voices, multiplayer .
Summary: When I first heard about the GBA, I was looking forward to replaying all of the old NES and SNES classics done up! When I bought this game I was slightly disappointed to see that Mario Bros 1 was not the original NES hit, but only the arcade version.
Summary: Mario is the original Nintendo star, so it's only right that he should have a superb game on GBA. Luckily for him, he does. M.A. is a brilliant and original platformer. Sure, it may just be a rehash of the SNES game where you lob turnips at badguys, but it is a real change from just jumping on them.
Summary: This game is just like the basic mario games the only good things I thought were the characters where you got to choose them. Also if you are stuck the best thing to do is to try and complete the level because the cheats make you miss to many fun levels and the game won't be fun any more.
Summary: This is the obligatory launch Mario game for the GBA and continues the trend of re-releasing old NES and SNES games on the GB, the game itself is a conversion of Mario 2 on the NES which did not begin it's life as a Mario game and was never released in Japan as Mario 2 (they got The Lost...