Super Mario RPG Playthrough & More
Hey all, in this update I have to mention the following.
Our YouTube channel just hit 150 subscribers, and we are working really hard to make it the most epic Mario YouTube channel of all. We have loads planned to make this the biggest collection of Mario multimedia on the internet featuring anything from TV adverts, Playthroughs, trailers, guides, secrets from every game and how to do stuff, slide shows of our favourite funny Mario pics, fan made productions using Mario plush and soft toys and a whole lot more.
I have also just finished doing a playthrough of Super Mario RPG as well as most of the special features in the game like the second and third fights with Jinx, how to open Culex's door, challenge him and beat him, cameos from Link and Samus as well as references to Star Wing and F-Zero in Hinopio's shop.
We have passed 4500 Facebook likes since my last post too. So thank you to all of our YouTube and Facebook followers, we have some great stuff in store for you to come.
Stay tuned for more updates, I am currently doing an article featuring more info and news on Super Mario 3D World.
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Multiplayer co-op madness sees a great improvement in upcoming Super Mario 3D World.
As a long time supporter of co-op play in Mario games, even I was a bit undecided by how it turned out in New Super Mario Bros Wii, there is an obvious novelty value... but after a while lesser players causing those with madskills (me) to fail could be distressing.
"It puts the madness in Mario madness" some less easily annoyed gamers might say. But taking a ramming from Toad while you're trying to execute delicate manoeuvres is often the last thing you want. However, in Super Mario 3D World, four player multiplayer's cuts out a lot of the turmoil found in New Super Mario Bros. actually, they have achieved what I always wanted them to - made it better to play co-op than single player.
However, when Super Mario 3D World arrives, it's another story. The newly released version of Super Mario game has managed to avoid the problems encountered by players in the classic 2D Super Mario. The movement of the game is much lesser, thus, the possibility of annoying “accidental death” of your character is also lesser. The game is more focused on collecting coins, all four players competing against each other
Overall, in Super Mario 3D World, the action is slower and more measured than the typical 2D Mario game. To be able to lessen the chance of running into some errant enemy or falling off the screen by mistake there's more on-screen real estate to work with. Modern Mario series that has a much-needed jolt with its tweaks to the game's precision of movement is what Super Mario 3D land offered.
Super Mario 3D World (E3 2013)
Multiplayer doesn’t feel more measured because there's so much happening on screen in Super Mario 3D World. The action is frenetic with four players bouncing around the screen, throwing themselves around competing for coins. It is really enjoying running around with my co-op partner as the returning Princess Peach, and while wearing the new, adorable catsuit power-up it is more fun fighting for coins and climbing walls.
One of the things I hated in New Super Mario was the battle with Bowser. All of four players had to avoid his attacks, accidentally colliding into one another that would eventually result to unwanted death of our characters. However in 3D, the characters could overlap each other while getting rid of Bowser's bombs as he drives away with his car that`s similar to a purple Cadillac owned by Wario in some of the Mario Kart titles. It's easy for all of us to co-exist on a screen and not being overcrowded and annoying. Furthermore, it's best if you play in a huge TV screen, making you oversee the vast land and easier notice of the obstacles ahead.
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For someone who likes to play a co-op game, Super Mario 3D World is the best choice for fun times with a group of friends. It's more fun playing around together, doing something simultaneously on the screen without hitting or killing each other. Aside from that, the view is not limited to a 2-dimentional location as you can openly explore and see the world easier. Most of all, the whole game is entertaining and worth it!
Super Browser Bros
So you don't have access to a games console right now but wish you could play
some oldskool Super Mario Bros? if thats the case you'll be jumping for joy
smashing up bricks when you read this.
Mario, Luigi and friends have smashed there way into your web browser and filled it with the classic Nintendo title that once upon a time changed the fate of the videogame industry.
The site "Fullscreen Mario" was made by Josh Goldberg in HTML5 and it even features a level editor allowing players to make their own custom DIY levels. It is said that Mario's world is viewed best in Google Chrome in this instance.
Daughter Gets to Live in Super Mario's World
When 13-year old daughter, AJ, asked
her dad for a Mario room, 38-year old Dustin Carpenter didn`t fail her daughter.
Unlike the usual room renovation for any household at Green Bay, Wisconsin,
Carpenter had her daughter`s room filled with Super Mario Bros. characters,
lightings and sound effects just like in any classic 80`s Nintendo game series.
According to him, it was supposedly a bat cave at first, but AJ changed her mind and asked for Mario instead. Spending weeks of painting the walls with her daughter`s favorite Mario characters and scenes, Carpenter didn`t expect the room to be as detailed as it turned out.
Except for Mario, Bowser and the
Gumba which are vinyl decals, everything in the wall, including Boo, the Piranha
Plant, the clouds, the pipe and the bricks, was hand-painted by him. The blue
paint, however, was done by someone who came in and helped. AJ also did her best
in filling in some of the bricks for her favorite characters.
Aside from the walls, Carpenter also gave AJ a Mario-themed bedding, character plush toys and pillows and blinds. Carpenter also built a flag pole, a symbol of victory in the game, where Mario would raise a yellow flag after completing each level.
Everything seemed to be perfect, but the Mario-themed bedroom would not come alive without the different push buttons that Carpenter installed in AJ`s room. She got to hear various sounds such as the "dum-dum-dum" when Mario goes down a green tube and the "1 Up" sound. Along with the sound effects, Carpenter also did not forget about the lights. The switch itself was designed just like the old Nintendo controller to play the classic theme song for Super Mario Bros.
Carpenter didn`t mention how much the whole renovation cost, and it really didn't matter at all. He, who worked full time in a telecommunications company, had spent his free time creating a Super Mario Bros. world in his daughter's bedroom. Starting in mid-August and finished, the project took 60-70 hours to complete.
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"She's loves it," Carpenter said. "She said it was amazing, and she sent me a text saying how cool it was and how thankful she was for what what I did for her."
Knowing your efforts were appreciated by someone you loved the most, what else can you ask for? Everything he has done was all worth it. Now, AJ gets to live in Super Mario Bros. world in her bedroom. Thanks to her amazing dad, Dustin Carpenter!