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1. Posted: Thu 9th Apr 2009 17:14 BST
Mine is Super Mario 64What's yours?
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2. Posted: Thu 9th Apr 2009 17:17 BST
Super Mario Brothers.1, 3, and World are all so-near perfect that it's hard to decide, but since I got them for the VC, I've found myself playing the original the most.
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3. Posted: Thu 9th Apr 2009 17:29 BST
While World was a great new direction for the genre, and Galaxy is amazing in its own right, I can't help but feel that SMB3 is the overall best.
I'd also like to mention that SMW2: Yoshi's Island was (and still is) incredible, though not a proper Mario game. (art style, music, bosses, gameplay ... everything but crying Baby Mario)
Edited on Thu 9th April, 2009 @ 17:31 by deadly_by_design
4. Posted: Thu 9th Apr 2009 17:49 BST
Super Mario World I think.
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5. Posted: Thu 9th Apr 2009 17:56 BST
I still wish World would have gotten a more traditional sequel. Yoshi's Island was great, but World had 2P in its favor and a large map with lots of different routes. I preferred its shorter, more straightforward levels, too. It would be nice if Nintendo made a "New Super Mario World" one day like the DS sequel to the "Super Mario Brothers" games. Doesn't seem entirely unlikely given the success of NSMB and the apparent longevity of the DS(i).
6. Posted: Thu 9th Apr 2009 20:09 BST
As much as I loved Super Mario Bros. 2, Super Mario Bros. 3, and Super Mario World. I choose Super Mario Bros. 2.
I remember playing SMB2 for the longest time and I love how you can switch between characters. While it's technically Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic, when you were 7 years old, you didn't knew about stuff like that!
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7. Posted: Thu 9th Apr 2009 20:13 BST
Super Mario Bros 1 all the way...
8. Posted: Thu 9th Apr 2009 20:22 BST
Super Mario Bros. 3, the definitive Mario game set in the Mushroom Kingdom and more of a challange than Super Mario World.
9. Posted: Fri 10th Apr 2009 19:00 BST
Super Mario 64 and it's sweet, sweet freedom. Sunshine wasn't very free, but it was dumb.Galaxy wasn't dumb, but it wasn't free either.
Super Mario World is the 2nd best.Super Mario Bros. 3 might've surpassed World though if you could replay levels at your leisure.
10. Posted: Fri 10th Apr 2009 19:09 BST
I go back and forth usually between Super Mario Bros. 3 and Super Mario World.
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11. Posted: Fri 10th Apr 2009 19:18 BST
Super Mario World.
I don't see how SMB3 could be considered superior due to it's more challenging difficulty. Both games are ridiculously easy. I just find SMW to be more fun. Perhaps I just love all the pretty colors. SMB3 is pretty bland.
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12. Posted: Fri 10th Apr 2009 19:38 BST
Super Mario Galaxy
Galaxy was so innovative especially when compared to Mario 64 and WorldAnd theres no other Mario adventure that can compete with that
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13. Posted: Sat 11th Apr 2009 06:54 BST
I still have trouble beating SMB3. I didn't beat it completely on my own without warps until I was 18, I think, and I'd been playing it since its release. Beat Mario World within a year or two of its release. SMB3 is definitely the harder of the two for me, and that does have its appeal. However, if I'm playing with a friend, I don't really have a preference.
14. Posted: Sat 11th Apr 2009 07:17 BST
I still have trouble beating SMB3. I didn't beat it completely on my own without warps until I was 18, I think, and I'd been playing it since its release. Beat Mario World within a year or two of its release. SMB3 is definitely the harder of the two for me, and that does have its appeal.
I agree with you -- i think I was able to beat SMW (with all exits) long before I finally beat SMB3 without warps, and we'd had it ever since it came out (i remember my parents running out to buy it and then playing it all night, hahaha). There are some parts of SMB3 that still give me trouble on off-days, like the second half of world 5 (darn those flying beetle-things and that stupid flying fire-chomp thing), though I can usually breeze through SMW with no problem except for the Special area.
SMB3 would definitely be my favorite if, like Digiki said, you could replay levels at leisure. I know you could in the GBA Super Mario Advance 4 version, but I don't think you can in the NES version... then again, i've never tried. hmm...
15. Posted: Sat 11th Apr 2009 07:25 BST
No, but it is very easy to get two flutes in three or four minutes. From there you can replay any world you want. It's not so bad.
And I know the level you're talking about in world 5. That is tough!
16. Posted: Sat 11th Apr 2009 08:26 BST
with the Wii saving my progress every time i play, I can also just beat the game again and work my way back with some fresh p-wings. :3
17. Posted: Sat 11th Apr 2009 08:32 BST
any mario kart game
18. Posted: Sat 11th Apr 2009 14:46 BST
Galaxy. It's that or TWEWY fighting to be my favorate game ever.
19. Posted: Sat 11th Apr 2009 14:58 BST
I know everybody hates sunshine, but I LOVED that game.
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20. Posted: Sat 11th Apr 2009 15:58 BST
It had many flaws but i still think Sunshine is the best Mario game.