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5.0 out of 5 stars Mario and his pals return for the long run!!!, 21 Feb. 2007
This review is from: Super Mario 64 DS (Nintendo DS) (Video Game)
Well if you're looking for a Mario game for DS end your search now, 'cause I honestly belive that apart from Animal Crossing this is without doubt the best game for DS. You start as Yoshi, then you unlock Mario, after that you unlock Luigi and finally Wario. The basic storyline of the game is Princess Peach bakes Mario a cake, Mario goes to find Peach to collect the cake with Wario and Luigi and ... Bowser locks them all up so until you beat Goomboss (he's a boss) you can't get the key to unlock Mario. By the way, that's not a negative comment, each player has their own wacky power, Mario's is wall jump, Luigi's is water run, Wario's is Wario wack and Yoshi's swallow. There are lots of levels - my favourite is "Jolly Roger Bay" as you get to SWIM!!! and explore uncharted waters. To cut a long story short, if you're a DS owner buy this game. If you're not a DS owner, buy a DS/lite and then buy this game. Got that? Good.
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Initial post: 6 Feb 2009 17:31:31 GMT
gamerater says:
I will defiantly buy this game now!

Posted on 4 Jan 2010 17:28:46 GMT
Doe it work on dsi?

Posted on 4 Jan 2010 17:31:56 GMT
Please can someone tell me??

In reply to an earlier post on 24 Jan 2010 10:17:22 GMT
P. Roscoe says:
GBA cartridge peripheral based games aside, all original DS games work correctly on the DSi. The main point of difference I can foresee with this one will be the fact that, since it was created with the original console in mind, the instructions mention an optional control scheme which incorporated the wrist strap. Sadly, Nintendo dropped the wrist strap with the DS lite, so that particular set up - which involved tightening the strap around your thumb, under which a plastic nubbin controlled movement via the touch screen - is not an option, but employing either the D pad or stylus is probably a more accurate method anyway since the thumb method required constant re-centring. Hope this helps.
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