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  Game Name:
Super Mario 64
System:
N64
Genre:
Action / Platformer
Players:
1
Developer:
Nintendo
Publisher:
Nintendo
Release Date:
Japan: June 23rd, 1996
United States: September 26th, 1996
Europe: March 1st, 1997

Introduction:

Introduction:  Welcome to my 3rd Review! This time it is Super Mario 64.

Story:

Peach has baked a cake for Mario, so Mario comes to the castle, only to notice that Bowser has stolen the Power Stars and Princess Peach! Now Mario must stop the evil King of the Koopas in Mario's first 3-D Adventure.

Gameplay:

The gameplay is sort of adventous. You travel  through many worlds, grabbing Coins, Red Coins, and Power Stars. You control Mario all through the game. He has so wicked cool moves to get him places. He can do somersalts, flips, jump kicks, and more. He can swim underwater very well too. He has the help of 3 types of Caps. The 1st Cap he gets is the Flight Cap, which he can fly through the air for a short time. The other one is the Invisible Cap, which can make him invisible and he can slip pass cells and some walls. The last Cap is the Metal Cap, which Mario can walk underwater and defeat enemies underwater also. With Metal armor, he can bust open hard rocks. The gamplay is sweet, and it's what a Mario gam should feel like.

I give the gameplay: 9/10

Graphics:

Not really great, considering this was for the N64. But if you got this back in the 90's, like I did, then you would think it ws awesome. It was Mario's first 3-D adventure, so you can count that as awesome. The enemies were cool-looking. And the boss battles seemed epic.

I give the graphics: 7.5/10

Sound:

The game's sound introduced the Peach's Castle Theme and this game had major sound changes than pervious Mario games. The music was totally different. There was no SMB Theme included, but the sound was pretty sweet all in all

I give the sound: 7.5/10

Replayability:

I highly think that you would want to replay this again because it is such an addicting game.

I give the replayability: 9/10

Challenge:

YES, definetly challenging, especially when you go to Hunt Red Coins and 100 Gold Coins. The Bowser battles can be hard too.

I give the challenge: 8/10

Frustration:

If you take the game too seriously, then you would be frustrated. Some Power Stars are hidden so well and the Bowser battles can be annoying.

I give the frustration: 8.5/10

Value:

Well, I value it anyways. =P

I give the value: 8/10

Overall:

This game is a great game for all of you Mario lovers. You should get this game, it is great.

I give Super Mario 64 : 10/10

Conclusion:

This is Mr. Game and Watch (BTape) signing out! BEEP BEEP BEEP BEEP BEEP BEEP! =P

Written By: Mr. Game and Watch (BTape)
E-Mail: mariostar06@yahoo.com

Date Submitted: August 10th, 2007

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