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1. Posted: Mon 31st Aug 2009 02:13 BST
Has anyone played these, and are the extras on them worth getting. They sound cool to me, but I would like other people's opinion before I spend the money.
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2. Posted: Mon 31st Aug 2009 02:16 BST
They are exactly the same with some slightly better graphics and modes. They all have Mario Bros. on them as an add-on. They are well worth it, in my opinion. Definitely not a waste.
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3. Posted: Mon 31st Aug 2009 02:17 BST
I have one threw three. These games are great if you want to play Super Mario on the go.
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4. Posted: Mon 31st Aug 2009 02:41 BST
I will probably have to get these sometime soon.
5. Posted: Mon 31st Aug 2009 02:54 BST
It is nice to be able to play these games on the go. All I need to get now is Super Mario World for the GBA.
6. Posted: Mon 31st Aug 2009 03:31 BST
For changes, SMA1 (SMB2) has a ton of life-up items tossed around, a new boss, and the "Yoshi Challenge" where you need to find Yoshi eggs and bring them to the end of the stage without dying. SMA2 (SMW) doesn't have much - you can play as SMB2 Luigi and there are 5 dragon coins on each level, plus it's easier to get colored yoshis. SMA3 (SMW2) has 6 all-new levels at the end of the game, and SMA4 (SMB3) has e-reader support, allowing for some minor level changes and a bunch of all-new level. Most of the interesting changes requires Japanese-imported cards, though.