Super Mario 64 DS User Reviews
-So many levels which aren't easy therefore not boring.
-Exciting battles with enemies.
-Great modern clear graphics.
-The hard mysteries to solve.
-The variety of different themes to levels.
-It was good the way they have different things to do in the game either Rec Room or Adventure etc.
-Overall plot works well.
-The director has made a good working game.
-The controls are very basic therefore easier to learn them.
-A few glitches.
-Can get a bit addictive.
-Bowser battles and levels get a bit limited.
I'll give you a rounded tour of this game.
Mario 64 was developed by Nintendo Entertainment Analysis and Development. It was published by Nintendo and it was designed by:Shigeru Miyamoto
Yoshiaki Koizumi Takashi Tezuka.It was produced and directed by Shigeru Miyamoto. It was a best selling video game in the US. They designed the game with no series. So it's just this game.
The setting is set in grounds and castle of Princess Peach. The story is about Bowser taking over Princess Peach's castle, captures her and traps Toad in the walls. Mario and his crew are set up and also get captured... It ...
The entire story is amazing. I just began and leaped into it, I felt as though I was part of it. I just turned on my DS, and I saw the amazing graphics at the start. It reminds me of my long past child hood, of sitting for hours on end playing it, and it had the best graphics of it's time. The story and plot is amazing. I just began playing, and was instantly reminded of the past. The levels and everythinng are so very intriquite, and well designed. I can sit here for hours on end amazed by it's surprisingly well done graphics, the best that I've seen on the Nintendo DS since release. I saw...
- Good Graphics. Improved The Originals.
- Goos Music.
- Good Gameplay.
- Good Storyline.
- Replay Value.
- Selectable Characters.
- Special Abilities For Different Characters.
- Has Mini Games.
- Action Replay Fun.
- Doesn't Have Online Mode.
- No Easter Eggs.
- No Voice Acting.
Oh God. This is indeed an awesome game. When I played it the first time, many good memories of the original version came to me. This game is very good.
The graphics are incredible. They have really improved since the Nintendo 64. You can see everything better. Mario and the main characters are super designed. Same with the monsters and bosses. When I battled Bowser the first time, I couldn't believe how well designed he was.
The worlds are also very well.
We compared the DS's Graphics with the Nintendo 64's Graphics, I really couldn't believe the huge changes. Now whenever I play my N64, I can...
A great update of a classic game.; just enough has been changed to make old players have to think to proceed.; mini games are fun and highly addictive..The bad:
Control isn't as tight as the original.; sound occasionally a little tinny..Summary:
Today, polygonal gaming is a given. We've advanced through a few generations of 3D gaming hardware, and generally speaking, 3D graphics are in a pretty good spot right now. But when polygonal games were first delivered to the masses, it was a huge paradigm shift that not only affected the way we looked at games, but also the way we played them. Systems that could portray large, more realistic 3D environments used to cost thousands of dollars, but were now on sale for $299 or less in the form of the PlayStation and the Nintendo 64, among others. In 1996, Nintendo released Super Mario 64, the...
Four different characters
Great level design
Loads of minigames
Controls are awkward
Soundwise could be better
The original Super Mario 64 is often cited as one of video games defining moments. It set a standard for 3D platformers that were to follow, with its ideas on analogue control, camera movement and item collecting. Nintendo have deemed it appropriate to launch their DS handheld with a revamped version of that classic game. Can ths update do just as well as the original?
The graphics of this game have certainly been done well. Each character has been modelled wonderfully in 3D, with bright and bold looks like definitely match the fantasy theme present throughout the game. It's not just ...
The visuals are much better than the ones in Super Mario 64. Instead of poorly-constructed mounds of clay, we have nearly-perfectly constructed mounds of clay. Well, that's on the top screen, which looks better than on the Touch Screen, which is the map constructed pretty well and has the character's face at the location of where it's standing. Also, the levels have been remade a bit Graphics-wise/Generation-wise (hey, it's 2005, not 1996) so new and old gamers with a DS can enjoy the visuals of the game. Unfortunatelly, we also have games like God of War and Tekken 5 with rea...
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