Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Super Mario World for the SNES
Super Mario World was release in 1991 by Nintendo. The game was for the SNES (Super Nintendo), but then was remade for the GBA (Game Boy Advance). It was the first Mario game made in the new 16-bit graphics.
FUN: Let's face it... Super Mario World was like Zelda: Ocarina of Time in greatness. Everything about it was fun. I rate FUN - 2.
STORY: Mario, Luigi, and Princess Peach traveled to Dino Island for a nice picnic. Once they arrived, the Mario Bros. grabbed a cape feather and started flying around, leaving Peach by the hot air balloon. When they returned, Mario and Luigi saw no sight of the princess. Later, as they searched for Peach, they found a dinosaur called Yoshi. I rate STORY - 1.5.
REPLAY: Like Zelda games, Super Mario World doesn't really have any replay value. However, The GBA version have a feature that if you beat the game after beating every level, almost everything turns into a Autumn/Halloween style. I rate REPLAY - 0.5.
DIFFERENCE/ORIGINAL: Let see... II already talked about it being the first Mario game as a 16-bit game, as well as for the SNES. This game introduces the character Yoshi. Yoshi is a green, yellow, blue, red, or whatever color they added in the years Dinosaur that has a killer tongue that eats almost anything in its path. Also, Super Mario World introduces the Cape Feathers. The feathers allow you to fly and keep on flying, as long as you time it right. I rate DIFFERENCE/ORIGINAL - 2.
DIFFICULTY: Super Mario World is a very well balanced game. Some levels are hard while others are easy. Also, there's some in the middle. I rate DIFFICULTY - 2.
TOTAL - 8.
There you have it! The Nintendo Rater strikes again! Thanks for reading, Nintendo Rater.