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|Game Name:||Super Mario Bros. 2||Rating:||E-Everyone|
|Nintendo changed the way children and families enjoyed free time at home by releasing the Nintendo Entertainment System, or NES. The release of this console came with the smash hit game Super Mario Bros. It was an instant classic along with many other releases in the coming years. Just three years after the release of the system, the game developer came out with the second version of the original, called Super Mario Bros. 2. Although the sequel was released soon after the original, it included many innovative features never seen before. With updated graphics, a new world to explore, and additional playable characters, it has remained a fan favorite for those who love Nintendo and the Super Mario set of characters. Super Mario Bros. 2 will make you feel as though you're back in the late 1980s when the game was released. This sequel appeared in the golden era of video game creations and spawned characters that have stayed relevant for many years. As you play Super Mario Bros. 2, you'll need to jump on top of your enemies to defeat them. Depending on the enemy, some will need to be jumped on multiple times to be completely defeated. To play this game, you'll need the original NES system. This game, like all other games for the NES system, is designed with specific cartridge dimensions of a 10-inch width, 8-inch length, and 3.5-inch height. This specific size of the cartridge will not fit into any other system. Although the Super Nintendo system takes cartridges as well, the cartridge size changed between the two systems. Super Mario Bros. 2 keeps the classic, two-dimensional, side-scrolling action, but there are new friends and foes that await you. You'll notice that the graphics are upgraded from the first game in the series, so you'll see more detail in both the heroes as well as the villains. The game gives the character's new abilities too, like being able to uproot plants, which may be used as weapons or could be hiding power-ups. In between the levels, there's a fun new mini-game that works like a slot machine. If you match the right symbols, you can gain additional lives, stars, and coins. Load up your NES cartridge and dive into the world of Super Mario Bros. 2. A reskinned version of a Japanese home market game, it introduces a whole range of features that have become staples of the Mario franchise. This single-player game on the Nintendo Entertainment System games has a wide-range of playable characters. Super Mario, Luigi, the Princess, and even Toadstool give you plenty of options for hours of fun. Pick up mushrooms for extra lives and tailor your approach to the strengths of each character as you play through the games. Just remember that Luigi is the best jumper while Toad is the worst, so you'll want to come up with appropriate playing strategies for fighting foes. Pick up Super Mario Bros. 2 today to have fun with all of the classic Nintendo characters and features of the Super Mario world.|
|Game||Super Mario Bros. 2|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||56249257|
|ESRB Rating||E - Everyone|
|Control Elements||Gamepad, Gamepad/Joystick, Joystick|
|Number of Players||1-2|
|Game Series||Super Mario Series|
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The Story of Super Mario Bros 2
Will the real Super Mario Bros 2 please stand up? Super Mario Bros (SMB) purists will argue that this version of the SMB NES trilogy is not the actual SMB2. In Japan, SMB2 was released in 1986 as a sequel to SMB. Due to its similarity to its predecessor and the significant increased degree of difficulty, Nintendo of America decided not to release it in the United States. Instead, Nintendo of America re-branded the Japanese popular game Doki doki panic, with the Super Mario characters, and released it as SMB2. This explains why the enemies and power-ups we were all familiar with in SMB, did not appear in SMB2. The "real" SMB2 was eventually released in North America as part of the collection available in the SNES game Super Mario All-Stars, and was renamed SMB: The Lost Levels. While I consider SMB2 to be the inferior game out of the trilogy, it does provide a different type of gameplay from the other two games.
The quirky, American release of Super Mario Bros. 2 will entertain!
After the success of Super Mario Bros. A sequel was released in Japan that highly resembled the gameplay and look of the original. However, Nintendo quickly assumed that Mario's new adventure would be far to difficult for American gamers. Their solution was to add some Mario sprites into a game called 'Doki Doki Panic' and slap the Mario name onto it and call it Mario 2 in the United States. The real (japanese) Mario 2 is now known as the 'lost levels' in the united states and was later released on the snes with updated graphics as a part of the 'Mario All-Stars' compilation. In the meantime, American gamers plucked vegetables, carted keys, and utilized the abilities of the four different playable characters to defeat the dastardly frog, Wart. Though radically different from its predecessor, Many elements and enemies from Mario 2 such as the 'shy guy' became commonplace Mario elements and the game is actually quite tight and entertaining. One of the more meaty NES titles. Pick it up!
A fantastic sequel!
Ok, so yes, I'm old enough to have been 11 years old when the NES came out. I was obsessed. I'll never forget playing the first Super Mario Bros. For those my age, you remember what that was like! Life changing. I was glued to that game until I mastered it. However, I started playing guitar a couple years later and got into rock and roll. Video games hit the wayside. I never played Super Mario Bros 2 back in the day. I was curious, so I just recently bought it. 30 years late, but never mind. It was weird at first. Different. Maybe too different. I watched some YouTube game play vids before I bought it thinking how weird it looked, and that I probably wouldn't like it, but I owed it to myself to take one for the team and but it anyway. So I got it. It arrives. The first 15 mins are awkward with it. Wait, I pick up characters and throw them? Ok, weird..... but fast forward a little bit and I was glued. I keep going back to that game every day. I was playing assassins creed the other day on my PS3, and I had to pause it because I wanted to get a 'quick' game of SMB2 in... I mean, it's like I'm 11 again. Now I'm sure anyone reading this has probably played it before, or is already planning on purchasing it. But if you're one of the few that was around back when this all went down, and somehow you missed that boat, and you're on the fence.. listen: Buy it. It's a fantastic game. You will love it. I haven't played SMB3 yet either, so I'll be getting that one too, after I solve this one, which may take awhile it looks like! lol
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Super Mario Bros. 2 is just as fun today as it was way back when!
Even though this game is a little different than the other Mario games and is often looked at as the "black sheep" of the series, I think it's just as fun as many other games from the NES library. It has the same basic gameplay as the other Mario games, except you can now pick up objects and enemies to throw around. There are no Koopas or Goombas in the game, but you still get to face off against classic enemies such as Birdo and Wart. Good stuff!
Mario bros 2
Great game in japan this game is known as doki doki panic. Nintendo changed the characters and released it in north america under the msrio bros name. Its a good game and fun to play its very diffrent from mario 1 or mario 3 its predecessor and successor but all in all a great fun title
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