Total of 7 user reviews spread across 7 releases
New Super Mario Bros. Wii
A good balance of throwbacks and new material for everyone.
It's been too long since a home console game as incredibly mainstream as the Mario series has delved back into 2D sidescrolling territory. Sure, there will always be the the handheld games as well as ...
New Super Mario Bros.
The story's kinda weak, and the game itself is pretty easy to play through unless you want to unlock every secret :?.
Well, as most people have said, New Super Mario Bros. lives up to its given reputation. However, The whole story seems kinda weak, though I guess its understood that there's only so much that Mario an...
Get a bunch of cruddy games together along with some modified old-school SNES games to make another WarioWare hit!
WarioWare: Twisted! takes advantage of one of the strangest features in some GBAs today-- the "tilter." Unlike regular games, you might have already known that this game is not controlled by the direc...
Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3 (2 Bonus e-Reader Cards)
Good sequel, iffy controls.
Mario Bros. 3, the sequel to the well known SNES game, Super Mario Bros., does a great job of living up to the Mario games. However, there are some things that are to be desired. The basic gameplay...
Yu Yu Hakusho - Ghost Files: Spirit Detective
The YYH crew arrive in their first GBA title. I say: *meh*.
The first of the YYH titles for the GBA isn't all it's cracked up to be. Based on hte manga/anime, the game follows Yusuke through his first Spirit Detective cases. However, not even this saves the ti...
Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2
A classic that most gamers today have started from.
This is probably the best Mario re-release for the GBA. Originally for the SNES, Super Mario World has set the bar for other games, with memorable characters, a pretty good (yet now overused) story li...
Super Mario Advance
Perhaps the weakest of the Mario Advanced titles.
It's a relief to know that the other Mario Advanced titles get better. However, if you're new to the Mario games, you might as well start off with the "first" game (for the GBA, anyway). The controls ...