I love it. I haven't played all of the worlds yet, but have watched my dad play them. My favorite character is Luigi. I like what Mario says when I start and end a game..."Itsame, Mario!" and "Bye, bye!".
the game is fun and well made. boys will probably start getting intrested in mario when they are 4 or 5 but i do not recomend getting them the game at that age wate till there atleast 6. and girls (if they like video games) will probably start getting intrested in it at the age of 8,7, or maybe 6 at which time the game is age apropreat. also note that there is vilonce but saftey will never be an issue and that the game will be easy to play if your child is 6 or older.
Notice the word "new" in the title! This is an all new game! Not just an updated version of the old one! Many levels take a few game overs before you can beat them. But this game has a good amount of challenge.
ahh, i remember eagerly awaiting the arrival of this game in the post.
i had a great time playing it, but it was easier than i expected.
NSMB is played with great, smooth controls that can be changed.
very nice for DS still not quite perfect however.
My three year old son recently got a Nintendo DS and absolutely loves Super Mario Bros!! It so sad because he is better at it than I am!! When he gets stuck at one of bowsers castles he may ask for my help, but after seeing my kill off poor Mario, he says "That's ok, you just have to try again..." followed by "hey, I know what I'm doing now, give it back." I'm amazed at how good he is at this game for his age!
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