Summary: This is a wonderful game that brought back so many special childhood memories. It is easy for all ages and levels to play. My family, ages 39 to 7, all enjoy playing the game together as a team.
Summary: Commemorating Mario and Luigi's 25th birthday (they were "born" on the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1985), Nintendo has re-released the 1993 mega classic, Super Mario All-Stars for the Nintendo Wii. All 4 Super NES versions of the beloved series are ever present: Super Mario Bros.
Summary: Nothing, but nothing can top the experience of playing the first three installments of "Super Mario Bros.," plus the "Lost Levels" thrown in for good measure. This 25th anniversary edition for the Wii is a direct, 100% unchanged copy of the "All Stars" game made for Super Nintendo a quarter-century...
A rerelease of a classic remastering of Mario's four platforming adventures from the Nintendo Entertainment System.
17 May 2014
Summary: Timeless games that require no introduction, this 1993 release for the 16 bit Super Nintendo collected remastered versions of all four side scrolling Mario platformers that had originally appeared on the NES.
Pros: Retail release, faithful emulation of a timeless classic, and a widescreen mode that automatically adds pillarboxing (unlike the Virtual Console).
Cons: Poor bonus material that doesn't help justify the asking price for what amounts to a single Virtual Console SuperNes title on a disc.
Summary: I've read some negative reviews on here saying it's a poor value. I guess that is up to the individual but I got exactly what I was expecting. Super Mario All-Stars: Limited Edition comes in a nice collectible cardboard case similar to what PC games come packaged in.
Summary: Definitley more of a nostalgic look back at classic Mario titles than a bright new gaming experience. Got it for me and my brother hoping mostly for something new. Of corse we were dissapointed at first, but we learned to love the classic marios games. The pack includes the first 3 Mario Bros.
Summary: Hello, this is actually my first time reviewing. I hope this review is helpful to people! Let me start off by saying that this is the SAME game from the SNES. Even when you select a game on the select game screen, it shows a SNES controller on how to control Mario on the game, instead of a Wiimote.