Walter said:Super Mario World is king.
Oh man, that was so awesome!Dark Wanderer said:... Speaking of Super Mario, anyone here seen this?: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-2139555376132383479
Ahh, truly reminds me of the good old days of playing the Nintendo & Super Nintendo..
Me and the wife went to Fukuoka for the weekend (3 day at that!) and we went to a Toy'sR'Us... she wanted to get one but all the Nintendo DS's were sold out.Aazealh said:The game sold 480,000 units on its launch day in Japan (which was on May 25). The name really sums it up perfectly: it's the Super Mario Bros craze all over again, like in the NES days.
Did anybody in the US have the chance to try it yet by the way? We've got to wait until June 30 here...
SaiyajinNoOuji said:Me and the wife went to Fukuoka for the weekend (3 day at that!) and we went to a Toy'sR'Us... she wanted to get one but all the Nintendo DS's were sold out.
SaiyajinNoOuji said:That and they had a really cheesy (didnt really show anything) demo of Mother 3 (earthbound for you american only types).
Its use is minimal. You use it to warp between worlds you've accessed and use stored power ups.TheBeast43105 said:Does anyone know the touch-screen is utilized in the game? I've read several reviews and surprisingly none really discuss its use in the gameplay.
Raziel said:Well this remake sure brings back memories, now only if we had a remake of Duck Hunt.
IsolatioN said:A Duck Hunt remake would be fun on the DS with the touch screen. :)
Iscariot said:Not only rumors, Aaz. There was one tiny display at E3
Iscariot said:I've read articles discussing the new blaster prototype also bring up a remake, yet I guess it wasn't from Nintendo's mouth...