Super Mario World (SNES) (Super NES) (Super Nintendo)
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- Platform: Nintendo Super NES
- PEGI Rating: Unknown
- Media: Video Game
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But such a perk was not so obvious way back in 1990, and after three stupendous NES outings there may have been some doubt -from gamers and critics alike- as to if Mario could continue to wow and amaze by the time Super Mario World was released in Japan on the Super Famicom (the Japanese SNES), a console that was so young back then it was still wearing nappies. The game was released in the UK on the SNES in 1992. Fortunately SMW turned out to be another video game classic, and one that still holds up very well today.
The story: Mario, Luigi and Princess Toadstool have travelled to Dinosaur Land for a relaxing vacation. Very much needed after what the trio had been through on the NES. But before Mario can massage sun cream onto the Princess' back and Luigi can build sandcastles resembling plumbers' toolboxes, King Bowser once again manages to kidnap the Princess and allows his Koopa kids to wreck havoc on Dinosaur Land. Once again the brothers are forced to initiate Operation: You're-Going-Down-Bowser.Read more ›
This game will not look great on LED or Plasma TVs due to it not being in HD (obviously) however if you can look past that like I did you'll love this game.
The game is so big and full of secret levels and exits that replay value is 100%.
Being the Nintendo fans that we were, we were subscribers to Nintendo Power. I poured over all the pre-cover of their latest [Nintendo] console, as well as any information we could glean of "Super Mario World". I had even known some people who won the SNES in one of those give-aways they used to do back in the 1980s and 1990s on cereal boxes. I was so jealous.
Playing "Super Mario World" was a pure revelation that first time, and a perfect exhibition of the power of the SNES. The graphics were gorgeous, the enemies were monstrous yet whimsical, and the Bullet Bills were enormous.
There has always been a debate on which is better - "Super Mario Bros. 3" or "Super Mario World".. For myself, I'd give the edge to "Super Mario World". To be fair to "Super Mario Bros. 3", "Super Mario World" simply took the foundation laid by "SMB3" and perfected it, just like "The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past" did with the original "Legend of Zelda".
Essentially, take everything great from "Super Mario Bros." and "Super Mario Bros. 3", expand the graphics and audio from 8-Bit to 16-Bit, overhaul the level lengths and add a ridable dinosaur named Yoshi, include a lot of secrets, and wa-la!, "Super Mario World"!
Everything "Super Mario Bros.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Did not work correctly in my console, but received prompt refundPublished 2 months ago by lindsay cooper
Came fairly quick, no damage done.. Looks brand new.. Missed out on this game when I was a kid (born 93). Brilliant.Published 9 months ago by Kevan
Good condition, needed a slight clean, but works like a dream. Really fast delivery considering it was standard, got to me within 3 days.Published 12 months ago by Andy J