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Super Mario Bros. (Classic NES Series) Videos and Trailers - GBA

Super Mario Bros. (Classic NES Series)
  • Publisher: Nintendo
  • Genre:Action
  • Developer: Nintendo
  • Release Date:Jun 7, 2004
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:E - Everyone
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Game Description:An exact port of the Famicom/NES classic game for the Game Boy Advance handheld system in commemoration of the 20th Anniversary legacy of the original Nintendo Famicom system (and the release of the Famicom Edition Game Boy Advance SP system). The 2D platformer, designed by Nintendo's legendary figurehead Shigeru Miyamoto, still remains in our minds the most intuitive and addictive entry in the genre. The title stars "Jump Man" himself, Mario, along with his brother Luigi, and takes players through more than 30 colorful levels of varied theme and design, all of them packed with cute, stylized enemies like the goombas and a wide array of platforms and obstacles. Super Mario Bros. is the first major showpiece for Nintendo's heightened quality of gaming: full of depth, layered with tight control and remarkably clever level creation that spills with secrets and extras!
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