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Super Mario 64 DS

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Genre: Platform

Platforms: Nintendo DS, Wii U

Versions: See 3 more versions of this game

Super Mario 64, the classic 3D platformer for the Nintendo 64, arrives on the Nintendo DS with all-new features that take advantage of the portable system's dual screens, touch screen, and wireless multiplayer capability. Like the original game, Super Mario 64 DS challenges you to find all the power stars hidden throughout the royal castle in the effort to free Peach imprisoned inside the castle. This time, you can play as Mar... Read More


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Alright 80%

I liked this version of the game. It is not better than the original, but has some new additions that make it very good to play. What makes it difficult to grasp are the controls: this game clearly wasn't meant to be played with a D-Pad (and touchscreen doesn't work well). I played it in the Wii U, so the analog stick worked a little better, but it was still locked in eight directions, like a simulation of a D-Pad, not really analog. I'd love to ... Read More

Positive points
It has good reimagined stars to get
The world has good models
It changes the things by adding more gameplay options
Negative points
The sprites are ugly
It controls very badly due to the D-Pad controls
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Storyline

Answering an invitation, Mario, Luigi and Wario set out for a royal party with Princess Peach. When they arrive at the castle, though, they find it strangely empty. Meanwhile, Yoshi awakes from a rooftop nap to find the castle eerily silent, with Mario, Luigi and Wario nowhere to be seen. Yoshi soon discovers that Bowser has pilfered the castle's Power Stars and imprisoned the Toads in the castle's immense collection of paintings. It's up to the dynamic dino to figure out what happened to Mario, Luigi and Wario and save the day.