Summary: Just download the original games on the eShop or the Wii Shop Channel. It's much easier, faster, and it will save you about $10+ dollars. Also, you can purchase the CD for a low price on Amazon. Overall, the prices are too high just because it's "limited edition".
Summary: Normally, I love most any Nintendo product. But save your money on this one. Kudos for Nintendo and Mario for having a profound effect on popular culture and video games in general - I certainly respect most everything that Shigeru Miyamoto and his team have accomplished in the last 25 years.
Summary: ...When I realized this was a direct - DIRECT - port of the SNES's Super Mario All-Stars. I mean, they called it Limited Edition, so I thought it'd be something special. I might as well have been playing a SNES emulator! I was so incredibly disappointed!!
Summary: There is a noticeable lag with the Wiimote which makes the games virtually unplayable. It is impossible to move and jump precisely so lots of times, you fall into "holes" and die even though you thought you jumped. Extremely frustrating. If you do a google search, this issue will pop up.
Summary: First off, the games that it includes are amazing. That isn't the problem (though some people might prefer the original NES visuals). My main issue is that this is essentially just the SNES Mario All Stars game in disc format.
Summary: The saying 'Don't meet your childhood heros' rings true. I have happy memories playing the Mario franchise. Yet now I meet him again I see how poor the game is compared to modern ones. It is tedious and boring. I wish I had not bought this game.
Summary: Well, Nintendo really have got the nerve of the devil, this is a crude port from the ghost of Christmas's long past. If Nintendo wonder why people install emulators on their consoles, this is a classic reason why they do.
Summary: I believe that this game is an absolute rip off. Although the games are still playable, it has cost Nintendo very little to release 4 NES games updated to SNES quality on a Wii disk. This game is just another way for Nintendo to make money by ripping off their fans.
Summary: This game is exactly what you'd expect. A direct port of the original Super Nintendo game, Super Mario All-Stars. Unfortunately, this is better suited to the virtual console than a Wii disc priced at £20, even when you factor in the audio soundtrack thrown in.