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Old 01-25-2006, 03:34 AM
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Mamma Mia, it's a mi, Mario!

Let me tell you something. Nothing can beat the old Mario game, at least for me. Now don't go starting a flame war cause I know everyone has different opinions, but I just love Mario. It revolutionized the gaming business. Hats off to Mario the Plumber and his brother Luigi.

What do you think about Mario?
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Old 01-25-2006, 04:30 AM
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Mario is prtty much the greatest NES game ever. Well, maybe Zelda games were, but Mario would be a close second if not first.

I really did enjoy playing that game, and discovering mos of the secrets on my own, such as the World 1 - Level 2 warp tunnels or the infinite lives trick with the turtle shell and the stairs.. So many more :-P

And certainly Mario 64 for the (you guessed it) N64 was also a great game. I have a video of some guy beating it in 20 minutes.. It's crazy. Next time I have a chance I'll post it on the forums.

But yes, I'm not about to flame ya since I totaly agree, Mario Brothers was an awesome game (my very first actually! Alongside DuckHunt with the light gun ).

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Old 01-25-2006, 10:15 AM
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Mario is cool, despite looking like he could be one of the Village People.

I'm currently enjoying Mario & Luigi: Partners In Time on the DS. Great little RPG style game, heartily recommended.

I've just got to the Star Shrine section where the door blocking the way can check the character of the people trying to enter. Mario is told he should lay off the Alfredo and Carbonara sauces, which is quite funny, but Luigi would appear to have some deep, dark secret which the door didn't want everyone else to know, so he whispers his findings to Luigi. I wonder what it could be?!?

However, currently the King Of All Cosmos rules as far as I'm concerned!
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Old 01-28-2006, 03:13 AM
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Ahh...I remember struggling through the N64 mario game that I borrowed from some weird kid...that was so long ago...
Also, when I was a lot younger, like 6 or so, playing the super mario 3, I think it was called, with my mom. I was so bad at it
Mario is truly one of the best!
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Old 02-01-2006, 11:37 PM
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Mario on gameboy was so addicting (orginal gameboy)

I played it on the drive from Toronto to Whashington D.C

got up to level 10 and then battery dead
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Old 02-02-2006, 04:38 PM
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I would like to get the DS just to play partners in time. I hear a lot of people talking about it, but now I'm going to wait for the new and improved DS Lite
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