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Super Mario World (SNES) (Super NES) (Super Nintendo)

Platform : Nintendo Super NES
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4.5 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews

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Game Information

  • Platform: Nintendo Super NES
  • PEGI Rating: Unknown
  • Media: Video Game

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  • ASIN: B001Q5XXFM
  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 11 x 4 cm ; 100 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,254 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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In a video game sense Mario makes it look so easy. A lot of video game series grow stale with every new release on newer and newer consoles. Crash Bandicoot; Tony Hawk's Skateboarding; even Sonic The Hedgehog went through some recent rough years stemming back to his 2006 PS3 game of the same name. But that's never been the case with Mario. Every year, every game, the graphics get better and more gaming features are added; yet they manage to maintain high levels of gameplay vibrancy and charm...well, except for a game called Hotel Mario, but I think the numerous YouTube poop videos can explain that far better than I ever could.

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.
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Great game and it takes me back to when I first owned a SNES. I honestly thought the graphics would be better. Perhaps it's just my perception of my childhood?! Or it could be the A/C adaptor that I'm using. I've heard the adaptor can vastly improve your picture.

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.
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In my opinion this is the best snes game released.It will keep you going for weeks on end and when (and if you can) finish the game you can go back to it at a later date and still find it as challenging again.
The game is so big and full of secret levels and exits that replay value is 100%.
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Cartarige arrived in bubble wrap envelope, not damaged. tested it and it works. Not much more I can expect. The game is great.
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This is an Excellent classic for the super nintendo, hours and hours of fun, i bought it for my mum, she loves it :)
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i love super mario world on (SNES) this is the best game ever so simple yet so easy to fall in love with. masterpiece and i still play this game in 2011 lol best game ever would recommend to anyone who is a mario fan

10/10
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I will always remember when I first learned that we got a SNES. It was the summer of 1992. Growing up in rural Oklahoma, my parents had a cow tank that we used for a swimming pool that we chlorinated. I was in that tank all the time. My father and my brother had gone to Oklahoma City (about an hour away from where we lived), and they had gotten an SNES, with "Super Mario World" prepackaged. I immediately dried off, ran upstairs and my brother and I were immersed in Mario bliss.

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.
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Super Mario World is the best game on the SNES console, great graphics and gameplay make this game an ideal game for any Nintendo or Supermario fan. From start to finish of playing this game you will be captured by the pure brilliance of this game!!!!! If you have a SNES console go and get this game and you wont be disappointed.
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