Summary: Why $55 for a game that retailed new at $35? This makes no sense to me. Why would anyone pay that much for this game? First off, the graphics are from the SNES remake, not the original NES version. Second, it does not include Super Mario World as the SBES version this is a carbon copy of had. Third, they didn't even bother to take the time to change the look of the controller layout, it still show the SNES controller.
Summary: This is one of those cases where a beloved video game character turns 25 years old. But in this case it wasn't so special, the thing that let me down was that these games weren't the originals, just reused snes games. I do like them, but the collection is ok, I guess.
Summary: Why was this released when we can go onto Wiiware and just buy and download all 4 of those FOR CHEAPER? Seriously? And why dont it come with Super mario world like the Super Nes version did? really?
Summary: Obviously intended for collectors, Nintendo's Happy Birthday gift to their loyal Mario fans is Super Mario All-Stars: Limited Edition, which is like asking for a shiny new toy for your birthday and opening a bright happily wrapped box containing nothing but socks.
Summary: mario bros . all stars limited edition is here it is super fun for fan play the 4 classic games . the probleme is the garaphics are the original graphics bt it whould be cool to see graphics remade in 3d but no ! the gme comes with a amaizing soundtrack . but you can buy all this games exepct the lost levels on virtual consoel for the wii way cheaper so why ! but it is neat to see this mario games back but it whold be awsomer to see a sonic 25th editon .
Summary: for me i own all of the mario games and have played them in there orignal form this did not mach up to what it use to be they changed everthing grafics all the mario secrits are still thare but not the old thing i remember.
Summary: The gmaes in the package are all well and good, and even today, they hold up surprisingly well. The problem is that this is still a shameless grab for cash.This is just the SNES original crammed onto a disk with no extra refinement. Nintendocouldn't even be bothered to change the copyright date onthe title screen. The bonus materialis worth a look, but it's nothing substantial. If you haven't played these games before, I highly encourage you to at least try this.