"A fun-filled adventure that will keep you playing more and more."

User Rating: 10 | Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2 GBA
You're probably wondering to yourself why I gave such a short and easy game a perfect 10. Super Mario World is the first game I ever played and owned, and is simply the best. I got this game around the age of 5 years old, and couldn’t put the controller down. This game is the reason I got into gaming, and I must give it some credit. I know you’re not here to look at my history of gaming, so now I’ll review my all time favorite game. Princess Peach has been kidnapped by Bowser. You have a choice to be either Mario or Luigi, and must rescue her. There is a difference between choosing Mario and Luigi; it’s that Luigi can jump higher than Mario can. Newly added to this port is a status screen of finished levels and a little intro that wasn’t added to the original. The controls to this game are very easy to handle, so don’t worry about it being too difficult. Speaking of difficult, this game is VERY easy; though don’t let that scare you away from enjoying this game. The graphics on this game are very detailed and beautiful for a SNES and GBA game. The game doesn’t slow down either. It runs on a smooth rate. The environment of course has wacky things all around, which isn’t a surprise to a Mario title. There has been a small adjustment in sound from the SNES game. Little voice-overs have been added to Mario and Luigi. For example, if Mario dies, he yells out “Mama-Mia!” It’s quite a funny addition, which I really like. The overall tunes of the game are nicely done. Like every other Mario game, the tune will get stuck in your head for awhile. After playing this game for so many years, I’ve yet to become bored with it. The replay value is very high, even if you’ve completed it a bunch of times. It’s a fun game that should be known as one of the greatest of all time. I would definitely say it’s worth your money, so go pick it up!