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Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins Review 0

By - Richard J.  It was only a few weeks ago when I was able to play through Super Mario Land 2: Legend of the 6 Golden Coins for the first time. I was finally able to take a break from the constant stream of new release games to review, and take a look at something much older. Originally launched in 1992 for the Gameboy, Super Mario Land 2 became an instant classic. By the time I was old enough to understand what a classic was, my Gameboy playing days had been long left behind. But after ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

probably my favourite game of all time 0

I can not think of any game I have played more and whenever I do it is never boring. Whenever I play Super Mario Land 2, a smile is brought to my face.Car journeys have been shortened by it, rainy days occupied by it, caravan holidays improved by it, batteries have been used in multi packs because of it. This game has ruled my gaming life for 12 years and I have not yet tired of it's simple graphics and simple game play. To me, whenever I slot in the cartridge and see the title screen I am immed...

0 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Super Mario Land 2 is one of the BEST HANDHELD VIDEO GAMES EVER 0

Let me start off by saying this, imagine a mod of super Mario bros. 3 for the gameboy. The graphics are on par with Bros. 3, really. The controls are spot on and very precise. The levels are all original, imaginative, and creative. The new bunny-ear power up accompanies the mushroom and flower. This interesting pickup lets you jump super high and flap your ears to glide mid air. The story is paper thing, but its there. Wario took over Mario's castle while he was gone, and now he's back to kickas...

0 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Go Go Bunny Ears! 0

Nor-Mario-lityThis is a solid Mario game with good platforming, much more in line with the series' norm than the first Super Mario Land. Enemies, fireballs, levels and general zone design with secret/extra levels make the game quite similar to Super Mario Bros. 3, and while jumping feels a bit stiff, the game's complexity is impressive for a portable.DesignThe unique mechanic/power up in this one are the bunny ears, making Mario able to hover sideways and downwards pretty much as he likes. This ...

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