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Super Mario Bros. 3Video Game (2D Platformer)

Super Mario Bros. 3 (Japanese: スーパーマリオブラザーズ3, Hepburn: Sūpā Mario Burazāzu Surī?) is a platform video game developed and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) video game console. It is the fourth overall installment in the Super Mario Bros. series. It was first released in Japan on October 23, 1988 and later in North America on February 12, 1990. The game was developed by Nintendo Entertainment Analysis and Development, led by Shigeru Miyamoto and Takashi Tezuka. Enh... View more [Wikipedia]

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Bryan Leontes wrote his opinion about Super Mario Bros. 3

6 months ago

Wow....what a sequel. The Tanooki and Frog suits for the win! This should probably be higher on my's possible I played it TOO much!

Score: 10.0 (Classic!)

Alexander the Great wrote his opinion about Super Mario Bros. 3

8 months ago

SMB3 was that i previously expected to be SMB2, i spend uncounted hours on it but never made it through. It was the first game which bothered me for not having a save option, as one world alone was quite time consuming. SMB3 is also the most expensive game i ever bought, spend 139 DM on it (~70 € without inflation). These overprized games made me later a pc gamer...

Score: 8.5 (Great!)

Silent Gamer Wow! I'm glad I got into the NES later in it's life cycle. I can't imagine paying that amount for games back then

8 months ago

Martin Green I once paid £60/70 for a Megadrive game, it was an F1 game if I recall correctly.

8 months ago

Silent Gamer I haven't paid that much for any game unless it was a special edition

8 months ago

Bobe BoberSuper Mario Bros. 3

11 months ago

It's really sad to me that this is the only NES game on the top 100 favorite list. Come on! Blaster Master? Crystalis? Mega Man 2? Metal Storm? These all deserve some recognition. They're still really fun and deep games. I understand the point of view that newer games have surpassed older ones, but I think it's really important to have some historical perspective in lists such as these. Historical importance, influence, and innovation should all be considered as important as how "good" games seem to be now. Despite its importance, I can understand not including a game such as Super Mario Bros. because of how difficult the controls are and how simple the gameplay is, but some games (like the aforementioned) go beyond such technical limitations to be worth playing even today. Leaving them off all-time lists disrespects their greatness.

André Rönnbäck wrote his opinion about Super Mario Bros. 3

1 year ago

this game took the best of the platforming mechanics and made it even better! the fun in this game cant be described.

Score: 10.0 (Classic!)

Jonathan Oyama wrote his opinion about Super Mario Bros. 3

1 year ago

Super Mario Bros. 3 has the best balance between the detailed sprites of the 16-bit era and the intense challenge of the 8-bit era. Although I still have reservations about the map system, I love all the new power-ups and bonus stages. This sequel smoothed out all the edges of the original Super Mario Bros. to provide an impressive, streamlined platforming experience. The addition of a storyline also helped to add depth to the Mushroom Kingdom.

Score: 10.0 (Classic!)

Tim Goldberg wrote his opinion about Super Mario Bros. 3

1 year ago

The NES's swan song, and almost certainly its crowning jewel.

Will Loughman wrote his opinion about Super Mario Bros. 3

2 years ago

The mario game everyone wanted!

Ice The Retro Kid wrote his opinion about Super Mario Bros. 3

2 years ago

This perfected the formula of Mario, with charm, grace and extreme polish. It also has an uplifting spirit to it, especially with the times it can remind you of. The level design is brilliant, the music is brilliant and it showed off the peak of the power of the NES. Super Mario Bros. 3 means so much to my heart and no other Mario game has been able to outperform the charming and top of the line NES classic.

Score: 10.0 (Classic!)

Tokyo Chuchu wrote his opinion about Super Mario Bros. 3

2 years ago

Super Mario Bros. 3 is the defining NES game. It's an untouchable staple of platforming that introduced a lot of fresh ideas and still plays beautifully. This is another game that totally defined my youth.

Score: 10.0 (Classic!)


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  • Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3

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