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Jul 23, 2001 | 2:59 AM EDT
  • Daily Feature July 24, 2001

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The Mario Brothers have done it again. They've foiled King Koopa's plans and now they rejoice with the rest of the Mushroom kingdom. But Luigi has other plans. He is tired of playing second fiddle to his pudgy older brother. How many times does he have to save the day before he get's a little recognition...

Reviews


crossphazercrossphazer

Rated 2 / 5 stars September 5, 2006

Nice idea but....

I like the idea but the lack of time (or effort) ruined it for me.



K7SniperXK7SniperX

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 19, 2006

Well done

One of the better hand-drawn pieces I have seen.

And the announcer was from the intro to the Super Mario Bros 3 cartoon. Very nostalgic.



xaith10xaith10

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 15, 2006

here's my review:

Graphics: it was quite good, but i prefer traditional sprite movies.

Style: very operish... i dont like that. also, the narator at the start sounded suspiciosley like the one from dragonball....

Sound: you get a 10 for using the piano thing :D i absolutley love it (i dont know why though...)

Violence: very artistic violence. you get a 0 becuase it didnt look very violent (except maybe for shakespiere)

Interactivity: none. its a movie....

Humor: it wasnt very humourus peice.

Overall: the movie was quite good. could have used sprite animation instead of hand drawing, great music and intresting style.



Rihouss6646Rihouss6646

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 10, 2006

not bad

that was pretty damn cool actually



MAYORMCHEESEMAYORMCHEESE

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 7, 2006

Unfortunately, this is it.

There won't be any sequel to this at all, it seems. Which is downhearting, since this is one of the best Mario Flashes to ever be on NG.

Once again, as I said in my Ice Hockey review, come back, Nintendo Classics!