Summary: I bought this for my son. He likes the game a lot and also likes the music. Only negative I have is only one person can play it. My other child wanted to play it but it only allows one access code for play. In my opinion if you buy the game you should be allowed to use it in your home on multiple computers with more than one player.
Summary: How much do you value your precious free time and the amount of blood, sweat and tears that you may lose from being frustrated at a game? Well, regardless of what bodily fluids you may lose over playing this game, SMB is an awesome game. It is hardcore tough. Completionists may take a liking to this game because there is a lot to do and masochists...well, you get the point. This game is tough.
Summary: Even on a big and wide HD screen, this game that seemingly looks like 8 bit graphics simply shines. The ultra edition is just showing the developers a little more love by paying a few extra dollars for their creativity. I personally did not like the poster, I think it could have been better. But the booklet is nice to have. The game itself comes in a nice packaging but I hate its association with Steam. Not every user will want/have internet, even today.
Summary: - Ultra Edition of the game you will get the same steam edition which need an on-line activation through steam. - THERE ARE NO POSTER ,,, IT IS JUST THE BACK OF THE CD COVER - The sound track is in MP3 format 320kbs . - Extras are in folders inside the CD and it is photos , sound and 4 trailers. - Sketchbook/comic is the catch here. - Ultra Edition as a box could be a nice gift !! - GREAT GAME I recommend it in any edition for everybody.
Summary: What's not to like? You've got a story, a soundtrack, great level design, lovely art style, Loveable characters. The game overall is extremely fun and thats never forgotten however angry you get through the difficult levels. Ultra Edition is cheap as chips so bag it now!
Mr S. Anthony "Please see my other reviews.", amazon.co.uk
27 April 2013
Summary: A challenging game that doesn't have levels which are too difficult to pass. I'm all for a challenge in games, but if the challenges are too difficult, then I often think, "Well what's the point?". One should be able to play through a game from start to finish, and not be made to be held up because of difficulty. The old adage applies to, 'Super Meat Boy' in that practice makes perfect. It get its art style from retro 2D platformers and this works well.