The Mario Thread: Luigi lives on in our hearts

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What are your favourite power ups? Mine is the propeller suit, because it lets me fly! Woooooosh!
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That dinky propeller? Please, my cape feather let's me REALLY fly!!
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Cape Feather is my favorite too, next to the Metal Cap and it's kickass theme.
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Liraxus wrote:That dinky propeller? Please, my cape feather let's me REALLY fly!!
My first game was Mario Wii, (I never played U) so of course I have bias towards it's power ups...l-leave me alone... *scurries off*
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Eh, it's amazing that they were even able to balance that power-up considering its absolute broken nature, SMW is one of those once in a lifetime video games in my opinion, it's incredibly well made for a 2D Mario, personally I like 3 more, but I can see why people adore Super Mario World.

Mario 64 is still my favorite Mario game tho.
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My favourite is Mario on the CD-i, it's just so well made. :psyduck:
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For me it'd probably be either Super Mario Bros. 3 or the first Mario Galaxy.

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I've been playing Mario and Luigi: Paper Jam and IT'S SO MUCH FUN!
Also I think this is the most I've ever used Amiibo.
I can use my Bowser to boost my POW by 35% or hit the enemy team for 48 damage.
Or I can use my Dr. Mario to boost my DEF by 40% and various other things.

I love the way Amiibo work on this game.
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I hope you're pop flyin' playing that game I have to wait a month
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I have to wait 2 more months for Super Mystery Dungeon. :p
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Bappie wrote:I have to wait 2 more months for Super Mystery Dungeon. :p
That's what you get for getting Yoshi's Wooly World 3 months early
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I had to wait 18 years for Earthbound.
(Not really I was like 2 when it released in America but still.)

Wait why are we doing this, this conversation has probably been done a thousand times over in the whole Internet.
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Now I'm not going to blindly praise a game I've never played, but a 5.9 seems harshly unfair

Before you say anything, they're one of 2 reviewers that I've seen that have rated it lower than a 7
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I'll be honest, I had more fun on Partners in Time and Bowser's Inside Story.
The battles are fun but, yeah it does have a pretty bland story. Not as good as the past ones.

The story seems to be basic Bowser kidnapped Peach, go save her, then stop Bowser from doing whatever. Not like the Shroob Invasion, Cackletta, Fawful or Antasma. No special enemies or anything, all normal Mario enemies. If you've played Paper Mario and Mario games, you've seen the enemies already.
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