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Bowser has once again taken over the Mushroom Kingdom, and it's up to Mario to put an end to his sinister reign. Battle Bowser's vile henchmen through 32 different levels-all taken directly from the 1985 classic! Then move on to collect special Red Coins and Yoshi Eggs in the Challenge Mode. Or face off against a friend and race through 8 competition courses in the VS Mode! This time there's a lot more to do than just save a Princess, so get ready for a brick-smashin, pipe-warpin, turtle-stompin' good time!
Game Genre: Action/Adventure
ESRB Rating: E (Everyone)
Product Title: Super Mario Bros. Deluxe
Power Score: 5 | 1 Review
URL: Manufacturer Link
Network Compatible: No
Release Date: 1999-5-21
Uses Memory Card?: Yes
Simultaneous Multiplayer Mode: No
Product Reviews (1)
This is the game that started it...
Strengths: The original Mario classic, extra features such as photo album and 2-player versus mode.
Weakness: Decreased visibility due to GBC screen, a 20-year old game.
This is the game that started it all. Super Mario Bros. Before the leap to GBA, Nintendo did everything they could to extend the life of the original GB. In this case, Super Mario Bros. Deluxe was one of the big killer-apps that gave people an incentive to buy the Gameboy Color. Everything from the original can be found in this version. The one sacrifice is the screen visibility since the GBC...
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This is the game that started it all. Super Mario Bros. Before the leap to GBA, Nintendo did everything they could to extend the life of the original GB. In this case, Super Mario Bros. Deluxe was one of the big killer-apps that gave people an incentive to buy the Gameboy Color. Everything from the original can be found in this version. The one sacrifice is the screen visibility since the GBC can't display as much area as a standard TV. While you can't see as much, everything is still there. You just have to point in the direction you want to see. It's a little annoying since it's almost as if you're zoomed in too much and can't see further out ahead like you could in the original. But the same classic gameplay is still here and Nintendo even threw in several extras. There's a photo album you can collect and print out these images with a GB Printer (although good luck tracking one of those down). There's also a 2-player versus mode where you race against player to see who can beat the level first. Although Nintendo decided to release this game again as part of the NES Classic series, I would recommend getting this version since the Classic was just a direct port of the game. With Super Mario Bros. Deluxe, you get all these exclusive extra features.
By sabin23 - Jun 30, 2005