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21. Posted: Tue 5th Jan 2010 12:01 GMT
neither i like the virtual console release lol
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22. Posted: Tue 5th Jan 2010 12:03 GMT
The N64 version of the original gave me blisters in the final battle. The VC version seems to rectify this. The DS version has it's quirks, but was ultimately too easy (save for a single star I had trouble locating in the Vanish Cap course). I love the Poker minigame. :3
23. Posted: Sun 17th Jan 2010 00:30 GMT
That counts as the original N64 one. Me, I'll take the DS one hands-down! The graphics are better, and there's so much more! As is the case with most SNES and N64 games remade, the remake is such an improvement that I don't want to go back to the original!
24. Posted: Sun 17th Jan 2010 01:53 GMT
Super Mario 64 is a masterpiece. Anybody who has not played the original needs to buy and play the VC version ASAP. It is the best 1000 Nintendo Points you will ever spend. SM64DS fails because of the d-pad controls and reduced difficulty. The original wins.
25. Posted: Sun 17th Jan 2010 01:56 GMT
DS version. Sure, the original controlled better, but all the extras in the DS version make up for the awkward controls. Those minigames were darn fun, too.
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26. Posted: Sun 17th Jan 2010 01:58 GMT
The original is much easier to control, IMO (and therefore I consider it the better game), even though the blisters were rather inconvenient. To its credit, the DS version had some pretty fun mini-games.
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27. Posted: Wed 20th Jan 2010 01:55 GMT
They're both great games, but I actually preferred the DS version. I even thought the controls were better (sometimes I'd fall because I had trouble controlling my jumps with the analog stick, but I was younger then). The extra characters I appreciated too because with just Mario it seemed a little....barren in the castle .
I do have to say, Bowser looks a lot cooler in the original than in the DS version. I don't like his "new look".
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28. Posted: Wed 20th Jan 2010 02:02 GMT
I prefer the original. The touch screen isn't a good substitute for an analog stick, and I found the multiple characters thing made things a bit more tedious than they should have been.
29. Posted: Wed 20th Jan 2010 02:08 GMT
The DS version because it's camera doesn't suck. That's the one fatal flaw of the original for me. I like the minigames in the remake a lot. I find the controls managable.
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30. Posted: Wed 20th Jan 2010 14:02 GMT
I prefer the original, by far!
31. Posted: Wed 20th Jan 2010 21:05 GMT
The default camera view of the original may suck but if you press c-down, that makes it not suck. At least that's how it is for me.
32. Posted: Wed 20th Jan 2010 22:49 GMT
I didn't mind the D-pad controls for the DS, but analog is better. But the DS version is a little better than the original because of the extra characters (L is real!) and levels. The one pro the D-pad has over analog was that you could control the speed Mario could move without moving really fast accidentally. Tiny Big Island comes to mind when you're trying to get into the Wiggler's room by using the thin planks. I was frustrated with that part in the 64 version.
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33. Posted: Thu 21st Jan 2010 13:35 GMT
If you've played the original N64 version, you'd be mad to prefer the DS remake. Simply put, the DS isn't the ideal way to display the best 3D platformer of the '90s.
34. Posted: Thu 21st Jan 2010 16:50 GMT
I actually liked the controls on the DS better.
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35. Posted: Sun 24th Jan 2010 18:13 GMT
Probably the original. There was just something about it that made you want to play it forever. It was my favorite game for the N64 for a long time, as I was too young to really appreciate Ocarina of time. The extras on the DS version were great, but somehow it didn't surpass the original for me.
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36. Posted: Tue 26th Jan 2010 00:16 GMT
The n64 version is the best by far.
37. Posted: Tue 26th Jan 2010 00:16 GMT
38. Posted: Tue 26th Jan 2010 00:20 GMT
I like the 64 version better, but probably because you can play it on a big screen.
39. Posted: Tue 26th Jan 2010 11:38 GMT
NDS version by far. The original was good too.
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