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Vegeta reviews Super Mario All-Stars (SNES)

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Vegeta said...

A great compilation of all the Mario classics. We even get to play the "Lost Levels" that wasn't released in the US, because they thought it would be too hard for Americans. (It was a hard game to be honest, but I don't think they should withhold or change games because they think I am too slow to play it, just because I am an American.)

Game Traits applied to Super Mario All-Stars (SNES) by Vegeta

  • The Setting:
    Mushroom Kingdom
  • Playing As:
  • Playing Against:
  • How it's Played:
    2D Platformer
  • General Tone:
    fun, nostalgic
Super Mario All-Stars

Super Mario All-Stars (SNES)

Genre/Style: Compilation/Action
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My thoughts as to why Lost Levels wasn't released was because it was more or less the same game as SMB1, just with new levels. I mean thanks to game mods and ROM edits that came in later years, I can honestly see much of what is in Lost Levels being able to be done with some simple modifications to a few things in SMB.

I thought the whole idea Nintendo had was: "wait a second, this game is too much like our last one"

Keep in mind, it was made shortly after the crash of 1983, and a lot of the games before that were just remixes of others. Nintendo had to really do a lot of damage control with the NES.
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