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Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2
Game Over Online
20 February 2015
Excerpt: Nintendo has managed to release at least one Mario game with the launch of each hardware platform, with the exception of the GameCube. But to many, Luigi and Mario are almost(!) synonymous since a mere mention of their names will drum up a chain of fond memories.
Excerpt: After the success of the first Mario
Advance game, it was obvious that Nintendo was going to release a
sequel. But, to our surprise, they didn't choose the 1988 classic,
Super Mario Bros. 3. Instead, they chose its sequel, 1990's Super Mario
Summary: On vacation in Dinosaur Land, Mario and Luigi get word of Bowser-brewed trouble afoot. With help from Yoshi, the helpful little dinosaur who joins them for the first time, they set out to save Princess Peach from the Koopa King.
Pros: 40 Tracks, 8
Characters, Battery Backup, Great Game Audio, Spectacular
Conclusion: title that every hardware manufacturer dreams of. Now 11 years and a few system generations later, 16-bit Mario gaming perfection returns in stellar fashion with the release of Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2 (SMA2) for the GBA.
Excerpt: The GBA is a great system. Its graphics are crisp (despite the darkness problem), its sound is superb (despite the mono speaker), and (save a lot of third party titles) the game library is phenomenal.
Super Mario Advance 2 (Super Mario World) GBA Guide
11 September 2012
Excerpt: Super Mario World was first released on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) in the late 80's as the spiritual successor to Super Mario Brothers on the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) some five years previous.
Excerpt: Building up the GBA catalogue with rehashed 16-bit classics is par for the course nowadays, but on the bright side it does mean that from time to time we get something as exciting and enjoyable as Super Mario World to sink our teeth into.