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I actually never got to play this game until a few years ago, when I got it on the Wii, but it is still one of my favorite Mario games of all time.

Since this is one of the later games to come out on the NES, or course the graphics are gonna be nice. But I take a personal liking to these graphics, they have nice detail for the NES. The graphics for this game just catch my eye for some reason.

The sounds are what you would expect from a NES game not really the best quality, because of it's time. But the music in the game is very catchy! I even sing along with the music of each level, as I play. haha.

Nintendo did a great job keeping me addicted to this game, mostly because of the graphics and I just love retro platformer games, and this game is the best one . I played for like 7 hours straight each day for like a week.

As for the story...it's not really creative. it's always the same thing in Mario games, with a few small twists in it. Princess Peach gets captured by Bowser, and it's Mario's job to save her. But hey if it aint broke don't fix it, and that's exactly what Nintendo did.

SMB3 is quite a long game, with a lot of fun challenging worlds to play in. I honestly never actually was able to beat it, but I did come pretty close. Only a few worlds away. The game offers a variety of words, from rolling green hills, to deserts. Each level is fun to play, and surprisingly doesn't seem to getThere repetitive, like some platformers do. There are also quite a few surprises in the game , some secrets to find out, and some other easter eggs.

This game is challenging, but not like get you frustrated, get up and slam the controller around, and scream at the game challenging , but "Hey, this level is hard. I MUST BEAT IT!" kind of challenging. Just be careful not to make stupid mistakes while playing, like jumping randomly, and running through the whole level. It doesn't go well if you do that in Mario games . lol.

Over all this is my second favorite Mario game ever released, right after Super Mario 64. But they are both really close. I absolutely HATE the one level where that sun thing is chasing after you, it took me forever to get passed that part! Other than that part the game was fairly challenging, with loads of fun levels and was quite addicting as a NES platformer.

Great job Nintendo

I actually never got to play this game until a few years ago, when I got it on the Wii, but it is still one of my favorite Mario games of all time.

Since this is one of the later games to come out on the NES, or course the graphics are gonna be nice. But I take a personal liking to these graphics, they have nice detail for the NES. The graphics for this game just catch my eye for some reason.

The sounds are what you would expect from a NES game not really the best quality, because of it's time. But the music in the game is very catchy! I even sing along with the music of each level, as I play. haha.

Nintendo did a great job keeping me addicted to this game, mostly because of the graphics and I just love retro platformer games, and this game is the best one . I played for like 7 hours straight each day for like a week.

As for the story...it's not really creative. it's always the same thing in Mario games, with a few small twists in it. Princess Peach gets captured by Bowser, and it's Mario's job to save her. But hey if it aint broke don't fix it, and that's exactly what Nintendo did.

SMB3 is quite a long game, with a lot of fun challenging worlds to play in. I honestly never actually was able to beat it, but I did come pretty close. Only a few worlds away. The game offers a variety of words, from rolling green hills, to deserts. Each level is fun to play, and surprisingly doesn't seem to getThere repetitive, like some platformers do. There are also quite a few surprises in the game , some secrets to find out, and some other easter eggs.

This game is challenging, but not like get you frustrated, get up and slam the controller around, and scream at the game challenging , but "Hey, this level is hard. I MUST BEAT IT!" kind of challenging. Just be careful not to make stupid mistakes while playing, like jumping randomly, and running through the whole level. It doesn't go well if you do that in Mario games . lol.

Over all this is my second favorite Mario game ever released, right after Super Mario 64. But they are both really close. I absolutely HATE the one level where that sun thing is chasing after you, it took me forever to get passed that part! Other than that part the game was fairly challenging, with loads of fun levels and was quite addicting as a NES platformer.

Great job Nintendo

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