Advertised as Utlimate Bundle but that is NOT what you get for the price!
Jennifer J Harrison, Amazon
12 June 2014
Summary: Buyer beware...I thought I was getting the NES Ultimate Bundle but if you read the fine print, it's the Basic Bundle you are receiving. Very misleading and very disappointing. The package never arrived as scheduled.
Summary: I also came for R.O.B. and was sadly disappointed! I would say that this is a sham but that would be putting it nice. Don't spend your money on this ruse! I WANT A R.O.B. and all I got was some dime store games (most sell for about $2.99 and they think its cool to charge $100 for 4 games?
Summary: i ordered this bundle expecting to get the entire bundle, boy was i wrong, i got a few Games from RJR, which im happy with considering the price but... THIS AD IS NOT FOR THAT BUNDLE IT DESCRIBES. BE WARNED!!!!!!! Ads like this should not be aloud it deceiving and deceitful.
Summary: The Bundle Pack I was sold was not as advertised, and it did not work. I purchased with the intent to relive my childhood. I am very upset with what i received being that the console is broken. and I did not get what was advertised.
Ultimately, for a 25th Anniversary of Mario, this collection is poor
Cool Spot, Amazon
1 January 2011
Summary: I'll keep this review short and sweet. This collection is more for the fans of the original Nintendo Mario games who want to pay homage and nothing else. The booklet is very thin and doesn't add much value to what is supposedly Nintendo's biggest mascot and the soundtrack CD is literally less than...
Summary: I'm not really one for reviewing stuff, but every so often something makes me come on and post a review of something, and the 25th Anniversary Collection is the first thing in a while to make me do that.
Summary: I see everyone saying that this is just Super Mario All-Stars running on a Super NES emulator. If that is indeed the case, you should know before paying some inflated price that the SMAS versions of both Super Mario Bros. and SMB: Lost Levels are inferior to the NES originals.
Summary: Don't buy this! This is the exact same version of the Super Mario All Stars released on the Super Nintendo. The fact the Nintendo was so lazy that they didn't even bother to update the graphics (even snes emulators allow for better graphics).