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Super Mario Bros. 2 is an interesting title. This game didn’t even start out as a Mario title, rather something else in Japan. However, that is a story for another time (you may email me if you wish. I will more than likely make a Classic Corner about it). In Super Mario Bros. 2, you can play as Mario, Luigi, Princess (Peach) and Toad. The story is a bit confusing, but still sounds like a Mario story. Mario and his friends went on a picnic, and a magic door appeared. Mario and friends went through to only find themselves in the land of dreams.

The game play (as imagined in a Mario game) works perfectly. Jumping, running , and introduced in this title, picking up enemies or vegetables on the ground mix into the game and create a delicious buffet of platforming goodness. All four playable characters give a reason to go back and play the game again. All the players have different abilities, which really work well with the game. Mario is average in jumping, running, and picking items up. Luigi is slower, but has a high jump, and can pick items up fairly quickly. Toad and Peach have their own special abilities. The fun part is seeing which character fits you best!

The graphics of the game (although outdated by today’s standards) are bright and colorful, and show that the NES (Nintendo Entertainment System) was quite the powerhouse of its time. Different worlds and enemies bring color to life. There were no offensive images.

The sounds are...8-bit. Classic, if you will. Still, the music is just as toe-tapping as the original Super Mario Bros. Just like Super Mario Bros., there was an overworld song, underground/tunnel song, and a boss song. No offensive sounds were heard.

Hardcore Mario fans refuse to play it because “it’s not a “real” Mario title”. I have something to say to you. Swallow your pride, and download this title. It’s a good game, and should not be ignored. This game can be played by the whole family, although the difficulty of the game will only keep the older ones playing. It is worth all 500 Wii Points. The main violence is tossing vegetables.


Graphics: 90%
Sound: 90%
Replay/Extras: 90%
Gameplay: 90%
Family Friendly Factor: 90%
System: Wii/NES
Publisher: Nintendo
Rating: 'E' for Everyone

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