Super Mario 3D World (Nintendo Wii U)

Super Mario 3D World (Nintendo Wii U)

Super Mario 3D World (Nintendo Wii U)
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Super Mario 3D World (Nintendo Wii U)
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Four Players + Three Dimensions = Super Mario Fun

Work together with your friends or compete for the crown in the first multiplayer 3D Mario game for the Wii U console. In the Super Mario 3D World game, players can choose to play as Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach or Toad.

Super Mario 3D World

  • Each character has unique abilities and play styles. For example, Princess Peach glides over gaps, while Luigi has his trademark extra-high jump.
  • The new cat transformation allows players to run on all fours, pounce on enemies, attack in midair or use their claws to scamper up walls and goal poles.
  • Explore colorful 3D environments filled with obstacles and contraptions like transparent pipes and vertical conveyor belts, which add new puzzle elements.
  • Use the Wii U GamePad controller’s touch screen to search for hidden blocks and to freeze enemies in place.

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Mario Tennis

Mario Tennis

Mario Tennis
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Mario Tennis
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Connors, McEnroe, Sampras–all are OK players, but none can hold a racket to the world’s greatest plumber-tennis champ, Mario. But, with enough practice, and a devastating overhead smash, you can work your way up to the championship cup.

Mario Tennis‘s exhibition mode puts you in the Tennis Academy, where you slowly build up your character’s skills (doubles or singles). As you rise in the ranks by challenging other characters and upgrading your equipment, you’ll play eventually against Mario himself. You can play as one of many Nintendo mascots, including Donkey Kong, Luigi, and Princess Peach. There also are a few minigames that will sharpen your skills and can unlock other levels. If you find a human partner, you can play against his or her copy of the game easily by way of a link cable.

The fast and furious on-court action is easy to follow, despite the tiny characters. The ball flies smoothly, and each opponent plays differently enough to be a challenge every time. However, your Game Boy might suffer a tremendous beating from the furious button-mashing that’s needed to win the match.

One fault with Mario Tennis is its horrid sound effects, which will have most folks quickly reaching for the volume controls. Still, if you have patience and strong thumbs, Mario Tennis serves up a mean game that’s easily one of the better sports tiles to grace the Game Boy. —Mark Brooks

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➜ New Super Mario Bros. Wii – Walkthrough – Part 5 w/ BrendanGaming


➜ New Super Mario Bros. Wii – Walkthrough – Part 5 w/ BrendanGaming
Rating: 4
See the New Super Mario Bros. Wii Walkthrough! ➜ goo.gl ➜ New Super Mario Bros. Wii – Walkthrough – Part 5 ▼ We take on the first half of the icy World 3! =-=-=-=-= Director =-=-=-=-= BrendanGaming ➜ goo.gl Twitter: goo.gl =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= ► New Super Mario Bros. Wii ▼ New Super Mario Bros. Wii follows Mario as he fights his way through Bowser’s henchmen to rescue Princess Peach. Mario has access to several power-ups that help him complete his quest, including the Ice Flower, the Fire Flower, and the Starman, each giving him unique abilities. While traveling through up to nine worlds with a total of 88 levels, Mario must defeat Bowser’s children (the Koopalings and Bowser Jr.) and Bowser himself before finally saving Princess Peach. Developer ➜ Nintendo EAD Publisher ➜ Nintendo Genre ➜ Platformer Release Date ➜ November 15, 2009 Platforms ➜ Nintendo Wii ————————————————————- Use the Shoutbox, Luke! ➜ ‪tgn.tv‬ Click “Like” and “Favorite” if you like this video. Helps us make more! Tell us what you think in the comments below. Join TGN Let’s Play! ➜ ‪http ———————————————————— What is WAY➚? ‪tgn.tv How do I get more views on YouTube? ‪tgn.tv ▲ TGN grew from 0-10 million in 5 months and shares how in this handbook! TGN servers live on the OneWire Cloud ➜ ‪tgn.tv TGN ➜ ‪tgn.tv‬ Google+ ➜ ‪http ➜ ‪tgn.tv Twitter ➜ ‪tgn.tv Google Groups ➜ ‪tgn.tv Tumblr ➜ ‪tgn.tv

Paper Mario – Introduction


Paper Mario – Introduction
Rating: 5
We begin my second LP, Paper Mario! Paper Mario is an RPG of epic proportions. As the name implies, it stars Mario, who is made of paper, in a quest to rescue Princess Peach from the evil Bowser who has stolen the star rod and made himself invincible. Does Mario stand a chance against this new, invincible enemy? A slew of friends join him on his quest to retrieve the seven Star Spirits, the only things that can possibly negate the power of the star rod. My Facebook: www.facebook.com My Twitter: www.twitter.com

Nintendo Beer Pong Table And Flip Cup (Super Mario Bros. 3 Themed)


Nintendo Beer Pong Table And Flip Cup (Super Mario Bros. 3 Themed)
Rating: 4
This took around 100 hours to produce as I found the images on a website then printed them on 4×6 photos and cut them out pixel by pixel. Here is a great site to get the sprites from (which I used for this and used Paint to increase the size with the Magnify tool and printscreen then paste): www.spriters-resource.com The table features: -Super Mario Bros. 3 Theme -8 Worlds (Grass, Desert, Water, Big, Sky, Ice, Pipe, Dark) -10 enemies in each world (atleast) -2 items in each world -1 item to level up Mario: -Super Mushroom, Frog Suit, Tanooki Suit, Super Leaf, Fire Flower, Kuribo’s Shoe, Hammer Suit, Starman -Another item to collect: -Warp Wistle, Warp Music Box, Anchor, Hammer, P-Wing, P-Block, Chest, 1-Up Mushroom -Mario levels up from world to world -Pipes from each end of the table to another -Bowser and the 7 Koopa Kids on a castle holding toads and Princess Peach hostage -The 7 Kings and a showdown between Mario and Bowser in the middle of the table with Luigi and Princess Peach looking on -6 foot long and 30 inches wide, stands roughly 30 inches tall -has 8 coats of Urethane for sealed protection -Can be used for Beer Pong, Flip Cup, Card Games, or just to be AWESOME! COMMENT FROM CREATOR: I do realize that Kuribo’s shoe only occurs in World 5-3 and I made a mistake. I wanted Mario to level up to Fire Mario in World 6 for the Ice Land so naturally the power up in World 5 was the fire flower and hence I put Kuribo’s shoe elsewhere. Looking back I might have changed this.

Super Mario Galaxy (Nintendo Wii)

Super Mario Galaxy (Nintendo Wii)

Super Mario Galaxy (Nintendo Wii)
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Super Mario Galaxy (Nintendo Wii)
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When a mysterious creature escapes into space with Princess Peach, Mario gives chase, exploring bizarre planets all across the galaxy.

Players run, jump and battle enemies as they explore all the planets in the galaxy. Since this game makes full use of all features of the Wii Remote, players have to do all kinds of things to succeed: pressing buttons, swinging the Wii Remote and Nunchuk, and even pointing at and dragging things with the pointer.

As he’s in space, Mario can perform mind-bending jumps unlike anything he’s done before. He’ll also have a wealth of new moves that are all based round tilting, pointing and shaking the Wii Remote.

Mario essentially defined the 3-D platforming genre with Super Mario 64, and this game proves once again that he is king. Players perform mind-bending, low-gravity jumps across wild alien terrain as they experience platforming for a new generation.

DonâTMt want to head into space alone? With a second Wi remote, another player can play alongside by pointing at and collecting bits of stardust, sweeping aside projectiles or stalling enemies to help make MarioâTMs adventure easier.

Warranty

1 Year

Product Code

SMGWII

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Super Paper Mario (Wii)

Super Paper Mario (Wii)

Super Paper Mario (Wii)
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Super Paper Mario (Wii)
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Prepare to enter a whole new dimension with Super Paper Mario on Wii! The planet’s favourite plumber returns in the third Paper Mario game, bringing a different perspective to the series as he calls on old friends – and foes – to help him tackle a mysterious enemy from a bizarre parallel universe. Lead Mario in his quest to overthrow the evil Count Bleck before he succeeds in creating a Chaos Heart and bringing about the end of the world as we know it, playing as Luigi, Princess Peach and Bowser along the way as you free them from captivity. With the Wii Remote held sideways like the traditional NES controller, Mario’s quest starts off as a classic platform adventure – but appearances can be deceiving! With a press of the A Button, your perspective on the world changes from 2D to 3D, and the seemingly flat worlds gain hidden depth, with plenty of secrets to be discovered. An involving mixture of RPG and platform elements, Super Paper Mario offers a huge adventure spread over eight eye-catching environments with something new to discover around every corner. Enlist the aid of Pixl sidekicks along your path to gain special skills. By pointing the Wii Remote at the screen for example, you can get secret information and reveal hidden objects along the way!

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Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door (GameCube)

Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door (GameCube)

Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door (GameCube)
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Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door (GameCube)
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It may have less cool than Fonzie after he jumped the shark, but Paper Mario is set to be remembered as one of the best GameCube games ever. Its immediate predecessor on the N64 suffered from a similar lack of street credibility but won people over with its gentle charm and unusual RPG style gameplay.

The story in this new game involves Mario touring the whole of the Mushroom Kingdom and beyond to once again rescue Princess Peach. Little explanation is given for why all the characters in the game appear to be made of paper (it just looks cool!) but more is at least made of it in the gameplay this time, as Mario is able to fold himself up, origami style, to become a paper dart and other useful shapes.

The combat sees Mario teaming up with a group of wild and wacky partners in a turn-based system that subverts the usual staid conventions of the genre by allowing you to inflict more damage, or defend against it, by timing a button press with the movement of the characters. However much fun this and the other sub-games are though the greatest joy with Paper Mario remains the witty dialogue and the fantastic graphics.

In a world of under-designed blandness Mario’s unending series of bizarre characters – from a room full of hundreds of dry bones (skeletal koopa turtles) to a hilarious pastiche of Super Mario Bros. where you get to control Bowser this is pure Nintendo magic from beginning to end. —David Jenkins

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Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story (Nintendo DS)

Mario & Luigi: Bowser’s Inside Story (Nintendo DS)

Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story (Nintendo DS)
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Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story (Nintendo DS)
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In Bowser’s Inside Story, Mario and Luigi set off on yet again adventure together. In his evil plot to take over the Mushroom Kingdom, Fawful, the mad scientist, tricks Bowser into eating a magic mushroom. The mushroom causes Bowser to being inhaling everything around him, including Mario, Luigi and Princess Peach! Do the Mario brothers have what it takes to rescue Peach and escape?

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Super Smash Bros Melee

Super Smash Bros Melee

Super Smash Bros Melee
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Super Smash Bros Melee
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Normally, Nintendo contract players like Mario, Pikachu, Link, Donkey Kong, Bowser and Kirby are generally happy and well-mannered, but in Smash Bros. Melee the pleasantries get thrown out and the gloves (except for Mario’s) come off. This update of the N64 favourite has these and other video game icons in furious, yet utterly absurd fisticuffs that usually make for a smashing good time. Just make sure you have at least one human opponent to pound on.

Starting off with 14 characters (there are an additional 11 to be unlocked), the basic premise of having Nintendo’s stars beat on each other until the timer runs out is pretty standard. However, much emphasis is put on knocking opponents off ledges while avoiding the same fate. In typical Nintendo manner, there are many power-ups to assist you in the melee. The actual combat isn’t as intricate as other fighting games, however the ultra-cartoony layout of the many, many arenas sometimes adds a strategic element not usually found in fighting games.

Melee‘s strength lays in the mayhem created in four-player fights. The camera does an excellent job of positioning itself so all combatants are constantly visible. Also, Melee sports some of the best visuals seen in a Nintendo product. All of the characters are highly detailed, and the movements of each are smoothly infused with personality; Donkey Kong lumbers and Princess Peach fights with grace.

As the multiplayer mode is the key reason for this game’s existence, the single player mode is decidedly weak. There’s an adventure mode that plays somewhat like an old-school, side-scrolling Mario game. Sadly, despite its good looks, its gameplay is rather uninspired. This game is clearly at its best when there are two or more players with controllers in their hand. —Mark Brooks

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Super Smash Bros Melee – Players' Choice (GameCube)

Super Smash Bros Melee – Players’ Choice (GameCube)

Super Smash Bros Melee - Players' Choice (GameCube)
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Super Smash Bros Melee - Players' Choice (GameCube)
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Normally, Nintendo contract players like Mario, Pikachu, Link, Donkey Kong, Bowser and Kirby are generally happy and well-mannered, but in Smash Bros. Melee the pleasantries get thrown out and the gloves (except for Mario’s) come off. This update of the N64 favourite has these and other video game icons in furious, yet utterly absurd fisticuffs that usually make for a smashing good time. Just make sure you have at least one human opponent to pound on.

Starting off with 14 characters (there are an additional 11 to be unlocked), the basic premise of having Nintendo’s stars beat on each other until the timer runs out is pretty standard. However, much emphasis is put on knocking opponents off ledges while avoiding the same fate. In typical Nintendo manner, there are many power-ups to assist you in the melee. The actual combat isn’t as intricate as other fighting games, however the ultra-cartoony layout of the many, many arenas sometimes adds a strategic element not usually found in fighting games.

Melee‘s strength lays in the mayhem created in four-player fights. The camera does an excellent job of positioning itself so all combatants are constantly visible. Also, Melee sports some of the best visuals seen in a Nintendo product. All of the characters are highly detailed, and the movements of each are smoothly infused with personality; Donkey Kong lumbers and Princess Peach fights with grace.

As the multiplayer mode is the key reason for this game’s existence, the single player mode is decidedly weak. There’s an adventure mode that plays somewhat like an old-school, side-scrolling Mario game. Sadly, despite its good looks, its gameplay is rather uninspired. This game is clearly at its best when there are two or more players with controllers in their hand. —Mark Brooks

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Super Mario Sunshine

Super Mario Sunshine

Super Mario Sunshine
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Super Mario Sunshine
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WARNING! This import game can’t be used on UK/European consoles. It requires special equipment.

Six years. Six long years we’ve had to wait for a new Mario game and finally it’s here. And even considering the ridiculously unfair expectations, Super Mario Sunshine is almost entirely as good as you’d hope and expect.

The premise of the game is that Mario’s tropical holiday is ruined when he’s stitched up by an evil lookalike for daubing graffiti all over the island. Rather conveniently there’s an extremely useful water pump waiting for him to use, which not only washes away the mess but also doubles as a handy jet pack. The jet pack aspect means that whenever you fall off something you have the chance to immediately recover yourself; this built-in safety net means the game can afford to be far more ambitious in its level designs than ever before, with massive levels filled with trampolines, tightropes, water-powered windmills, huge coral reefs and mountains and mountains of platforms.

The whole thing looks amazing, too, with the most realistic water ever seen in a video game and a near infinite draw distance. And that’s without evening mentioning the rideable, fruit juice-spewing Yoshis, the extra water nozzles, the super-hardcore platform levels where Shadow Mario nicks your jet pack, or the goop-generating bosses who seem to live to make Princess Peach’s laundry a nightmare.

After the sweet but rather short pleasures of Luigi’s Mansion and Pikmin, you need have no fear that Mario Sunshine is of a similarly brief nature. There are a total of 120 shines to collect–the same number of stars as in Super Mario 64–and the game world is at least as large and far more interactive. This is without question the best game on the GameCube yet; that may be no more than you’d expect from a Mario game, but it’s certainly more than most of us mere mortals deserve. —David Jenkins

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Super Mario Sunshine (Player's Choice GameCube)

Super Mario Sunshine (Player’s Choice GameCube)

Super Mario Sunshine (Player's Choice GameCube)
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Super Mario Sunshine (Player's Choice GameCube)
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Six years. Six long years we’ve had to wait for a new Mario game and finally it’s here. And even considering the ridiculously unfair expectations, Super Mario Sunshine is almost entirely as good as you’d hope and expect.

The premise of the game is that Mario’s tropical holiday is ruined when he’s stitched up by an evil lookalike for daubing graffiti all over the island. Rather conveniently there’s an extremely useful water pump waiting for him to use, which not only washes away the mess but also doubles as a handy jet pack. The jet pack aspect means that whenever you fall off something you have the chance to immediately recover yourself; this built-in safety net means the game can afford to be far more ambitious in its level designs than ever before, with massive levels filled with trampolines, tightropes, water-powered windmills, huge coral reefs and mountains and mountains of platforms.

The whole thing looks amazing, too, with the most realistic water ever seen in a video game and a near infinite draw distance. And that’s without evening mentioning the rideable, fruit juice-spewing Yoshis, the extra water nozzles, the super-hardcore platform levels where Shadow Mario nicks your jet pack, or the goop-generating bosses who seem to live to make Princess Peach’s laundry a nightmare.

After the sweet but rather short pleasures of Luigi’s Mansion and Pikmin, you need have no fear that Mario Sunshine is of a similarly brief nature. There are a total of 120 shines to collect–the same number of stars as in Super Mario 64–and the game world is at least as large and far more interactive. This is without question the best game on the GameCube yet; that may be no more than you’d expect from a Mario game, but it’s certainly more than most of us mere mortals deserve. —David Jenkins

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Mario Sports Mix (Wii)

Mario Sports Mix (Wii)

Mario Sports Mix (Wii)
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Mario Sports Mix (Wii)
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The cast of Mushroom Kingdom characters get together to play sports – Mario style. While the basic rules of the games apply, each one includes some magical Mario twists like coins and special items that ramp up the craziness and fun
While playing, gathering coins will build up bonus points. So when players score a point or basket, they also get the added bonus
Players collect items like a Koopa Shell to use against their opponents. They can even use special items to beat up on the other team while shooting or spiking. One example of a special ball move is using a Mini Mushroom to shrink the ball before it’s returned to the other side of the volleyball net
Each character has a signature move that’s almost impossible for opponents to stop. These include Mario’s fireball moves or Princess Peach’s heart-filled attacks
In the field of play, a variety of tricks will keep players on their toes. On DK Dock, the volleyball court will continually slide from left to right. On Bowser Jr. Blvd, the basketball court has bonus circles that frequently appear, offering both positive and negative bonuses that result in extreme point swings
In each sport, play with up to three players cooperatively or with up to four players competitively in a two-on-two match

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