Summary: I love this game, it really takes me back to 1992 when I had it as a kid. Great game, quality is the same. Just be sure to order a classic controller otherwise you cannot play. Great Game. I will order more nostalgic games in the near future.
You Already Know What It Is, But Don't Use GC Controllers
Amazon Customer, Amazon
15 July 2014
Summary: I bought this for some kids and we planned on using the GameCube controllers, but B is jump, A is spin and X (or Y?) is to run. Anybody who played Super Mario on the (S)NES knows it's B (the first button) to run and A (the second) is jump -- that way you can play with just one thumb covering both buttons, with faster reaction time. They could have done that with the GameCube controller, but no....
Summary: For those who've played it know it's worth the cost to get this classic. For those who haven't I have played many Mario games that are out there and this is far the best one. It's second in my list. Right next to RPG Mario the legend of the seven stars.
Summary: I hate giving bad reviews for popular items, but I didn't like this game. Even though I'm 13, I like any type of Nintendo game, regardless of how old it is. I tend to play older games especially OoT) more than games on DS or Wii, (I do play 3DS alot, though.) Whatever. This game, on the Wii, is pixellated beyond belief. It actually hinders gameplay. And I'm playing with component cables. The main plot isn't bad, but the usual. The Mario Bros.