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    0782947812907, 0792491656674, 0045496737313

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    Nintendo DS

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    NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)

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    Super Mario Bros.

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    New Super Mario Bros.

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4.8 out of 5 stars based on 1388 product ratings

1388 product ratings

  • 1221 users rated this 5 out of 5 stars

  • 108 users rated this 4 out of 5 stars

  • 16 users rated this 3 out of 5 stars

  • 9 users rated this 2 out of 5 stars

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    by May 07, 2020

    Classic Mario gameplay met with a few fun implementations to create a refreshing feel for this classic Super Mario Bros. title.

    This game is definitely a classic in the Super Mario series. All though, in my opinion, not the first completely well polished 2D platformer of the series (a title I would respectfully award to New Super Mario Bros. Wii) it is a close second to the currently final phase of polished 2D Mario platformers. This game certainly outlined what a modern 2D Mario Bros. game should look and feel like when playing it. Definitely a plus that this game is played on a portable console for arguably peak comfort (even though it would be amazing to play this title on a home console like the switch). This game introduces fun powers and a fun system for storing extra power ups on the touch screen. This game has a “1-up”, so to speak, on modern editions of the in my opinion because of its quite balanced level of difficulty which can not only be a weak point in newer editions of the game but platformers in general. Overall this game is a super enjoyable (and in most cases nostalgic) experience that will give you a quite satisfying feel of what it means to experience the roots of modern Mario platformers and as a bonus this comes with 18 single player minigames and 26 multiplayer ones as well. It lacks co-op which is definitely my biggest gripe with this title but instead is substituted by a versus mode that can be quite entertaining but never live up to true co-operative Mario playthroughs.Read full review

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  • Someone forgot to put the new in my NSMB.

    What is painfully evident to anyone who has grown up playing over and over again all the previous Super Mario Bros. games is that the “new” in New Super Mario Bros. is not for us: the classic, well-played fan. For us, the “new” is to stand for “new adventure.” This game was developed for a new generation of side-scrolling players, starting from the youngest players and going up from there.The game starts out as most Mario titles in general do: the Princess has been kidnapped by some Koopa/Bowser-related baddie and now Mario must rescue her. Each world is made of a bunch of levels you can pick from the main map, ala Super Mario Bros. 3 and World, while aesthetically drawing from the game boards in Mario Party. Each world has a mid-boss and final boss, Bowser Jr. and Bowser, respectively. There are Toad Houses you can unlock for a 1UP or powerup boost. All pretty standard Mario fair, right? On the surface, yes.Nothing is more surface level than the graphics, and they are the first thing that will grab you. The bright, 3D-rendered graphics used are flat-out awesome. 3D-rendering gives the game the feel that the certain parts of the level and the characters are almost sticking out of the screen, something the wonderful use of shading and perception can be thanked for. Everything is excellently animated, from Mario’s arms flailing at different speeds depending on how fast he is running to wings flapping on a Koopa Troopa. There are even some nice particle effects, such as the burning ashes falling in World 8. It is really a game you have to see in action to truly appreciate.To go along with the graphics, the sound effects and music enjoy the same excellent touch. The music mixes in new renditions of classic Super Mario Bros. themes along with some toe-tapping new ones. The sound effects follow the same formula, mixing in classic staples like bricking breaking and coins tinging along with some great new sounds like the death cry of the Piranha plants.After the initial enjoyment of the presentation begins to wear off and the actual gameplay comes into your mind’s view does the game begin to show its true nature of being a building block for the next, albeit younger, generation. None of the Super Mario Bros. titles has ever been a demanding game in the challenge department, but this game is obscenely easy. The game sets you up so that you would have to work extremely hard to receive a “Game Over” screen. Not only are 1ups plentiful, no thanks to the 1up Toad Houses, but mushrooms and fireflowers seem to come every few screens. It’s the feel good game of the summer because there is no real way to lose!Despite its complete lack of challenge (and disappointing new powerups), is a blast to play. The great presentation, tight controls and condensed, though at times uninspired and/or rehashed levels, make for a smooth pick-up line that is hard to ignore. But the biggest crime is that one weekend of play and most of the game is beat. There are very few extra or secret levels to unlock, and once those are finished, that’s it for single player. Thankfully though, Nintendo tries to make up for this with 26 touch screen mini-games (some new, some from Super Mario 64 DS) and a fun Super Mario Bros. style multiplayer.If you are new to 2D Mario adventures or are more of a casual gamer, then this game is a wonderful addition to your gaming library and you can bump my overall grade up a point. For the old guard, it’s great but just not “new.”Read full review

  • New Super Mario Bros. DS is an Under Appreciated Gem

    This game has been unfortunately lumped in with the later NSMB titles, their unoriginality and all, but the original still holds up as one of the greatest 2D Mario games ever made.It integrated many of the movement options from the 3D games and stuffed the main campaign with so much more to go for. This game is also one of the best multiplayer Mario experiences due to its large selection of mini games and simple fun Versus mode.

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  • New Super Mario Bros. – Good times

    So, yeah. It’s a Mario Bros. game. You don’t really have to say more than that to get your point across. In it’s first iteration for the DS, Nintendo has done a wonderful job creating something that is infinitely recognizable, but still different enough to warrant handing them your money anyways.Graphics – I really like the style of this game. The colors are lush and beautiful and the character models are great. It is different from all the other Mario Bros. games that came before it, but not so much that it changes it on any fundamental level.Gameplay – Really spot on. Once you get a hang of the physics of jumping and whatnot (as you have to with any side scroller) you will be tearing through the levels in no time. The only thing that bugs me with this is the new Turtle Shell power that Mario can obtain. Whenever you start sprinting, you turn into a shell and then bounce off anything that you run into when you are jumping. This makes it annoying to use at times, but not so much that you will put your fist through a wall or anything.Overall – The only problem with this game is that it is too easy. You can finish it in a day, and then it takes another day or two to run through and collect all the coins in every level. Then all you are left with is the mini-games, which are the exact same ones available in Mario 64 DS. The game is loads of fun, and most definitely worth playing through several times, but don’t expect it to challenge you too much. It’s just meant for some good old fashioned fun. If you have a DS, this is one of the games that you purchased it for.Read full review

  • Mama Mia Mario! It’s So Good to See You Again!!!

    Reviewed for Big Boss Games by: T.R.C.New Super Mario Bros. for the Nintendo DS by Nintendo.Well look what we have here, a new Super Mario Brothers game. The Super Mario Bros. franchise is 20 years old and they still are making fun and innovative games.-Story-Mario and Princess Peach are having a nice stroll around the Mushroom kingdom when the castle falls under attack. Mario, being the hero that he is, runs to help out at the castle. Leaving Princess Peach all alone to be kidnapped yet again. Thus starts your wonderful quest to rescue Princess Peach. (She needs self-defense classes)To describe this game in one word WOW!Witty, thought provoking puzzles.Outstanding music. And graphics.Wonderful gameplay. Great use of humor, like when you defeat the mini-castles and you see Princess Peach get dragged off to the main castle.There are lots of secrets to discover on your quest to save the princess yet again.Multi-player mini-games are great!Now the complaints, I have 3.1. Too short! I beat the game in less than 15 hours! Come on Nintendo!2. Single player mini-games are not as good as the multi-player ones.3. You cannot unlock any more games. What you start with is what you get.Graphics / Music / Gameplay – 10/10 – What a great experience!Overall 9/10 – It could have been perfect, if it was 15 more hours of Mario Goodness!RUN fast and get this game. HOT title!Read full review


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