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Game Title: Super Mario Bros. 2 Developer: Nintendo Platform: Nintendo 3DS Game Type: Virtual Console (NES) Download Size: 62 Blocks NA Availability: Digital Download EU Availability: Digital Download The NES trilogy for the Super Mario Bros series is legendary in the eyes of many gamers. I recall the original Super Mario Bros as the first video game I ever played.

So, of course the series has a special place in my heart. Though nostalgia certainly helped me to forget many of the little issues on the technical side that plagued the game. The original had a lot of graphical glitches that I don’t remember seeing until I went back on my 2DS via Virtual Console. So, upon looking into and buying more of the classic games to play, I expected to see more things. Not only graphical glitches, but all around different parts of the games that I essentially am re-discovering in my replays of those games. We don’t need me to keep droning on about nostalgia, though. Too much droning is something I personally dislike that keeps me from something I’m here for, so here we go.

With the first game done, here’s my retro review of Super Mario Bros. Kashish Serial On Doordarshan Youtube. Story This is just one way to not be as disappointed by the ending The storyline of this game is something that really grinds the gears of the series fan base, but if you just take a look in the instruction booklet, you’ll understand why it is what it is. One night, Mario has a dream and in this dream, his subconscious is taken to another world, known as Dream World (not to be confused with Dreamland from the Kirby series). A fiend known as Wart has taken over Dream World and imprisoned its inhabitants. What’s left asks Mario to travel through Dream World and defeat Wart. Then he, and his own subconscious’ version of his brother, Toad, and Princess Peach, move in to do just that.

The story of the game was wacky and a lot of people didn’t like it for the fact that it’s, well, a dream. However, it is understandable for any who go into the manual, or digital manual here, and read the story so you aren’t surprised and upset at the ending.

Gameplay A lot of people will admit this was a very creepy part of the game Much like the first game, SMB2 is a side-scrolling plat former with combat elements. The main difference here is that there is a much bigger focus on combat in the game, with a lot of different bosses than just dodging Bowser like the original had. You’ll still have a lot of plat forming to do, but reaching the end won’t be nearly as easy. Progressing through the game is much like the original, in that you complete a stage and are taken to the next, and continue the process until you’ve gone through all seven worlds the game has to offer. Pretty easy and in tune with how a lot of NES games work.

Heck, I’ve even played more recent games that play like this. When you start each world, you have four different characters to choose from: Mario, Luigi, Toad, and Princess Peach. Each character has their own traits, like Luigi’s flutter kick that lets his jump travel further and Peach’s ability to hover across long distances. This helps you traverse levels, particularly with Luigi and Peach, allowing you to essentially skip over some sections and enemies to make it easier to do.