Best Nintendo Games: The New Super Mario Brothers

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Considered as the top competitor in game console industry, Nintendo continues to create innovative game consoles for hardcore and casual gamers of all ages. We all know that Super Mario is one of the best games for Nintendo, and it was revived several times to match the new consoles of Nintendo. The company currently offers at least 2,000 game titles that can be played for all the consoles of Nintendo that is available in the market.

This article will be discussing one of the best games for game consoles of this company. Super Mario Bros. was a game that captured everyone’s heart when it was first released in SN decades ago. The advancement in the gaming industry did not kill the legend of Mario. In fact, the latest releases of Nintendo revived this game by releasing the New Super Mario Bros.

Super Mario Bros. is said to be the best game the world has ever played. During the time when this game was first released, I cannot remember anyone among my classmates and friends who haven’t played this game. Today, Wii revives the phenomenal game with the help of its Motion Plus controller.

Unlike the first version, this game can be played by four players at the same time. The game starts as Mario finds himself in a situation where he needed to defeat Bowser’s cronies in order to save Princess Peach. This game is comparable to the first release when it comes to game play. You will be given power ups like the Star Man, Fire Flower, and the Ice Flower that will make your rescue mission a lot easier.

Aside from the cronies, Mario also needed to defeat the sons of Bowser named Bowser Jr. and Koopalings before facing Bowser. The four characters that the players can control are the 2 Toad, Luigi, and Mario himself. Once you played the game, you will feel like playing the 2D version, but a lot better when it comes to graphics.

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