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Great price for all you Mario fans! Dont forget your Quidco!

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If you needed another reason to celebrate 25 years of Super Mario, how about a Super Mario All-Stars - 25th Anniversary Edition, containing four of the original most famous Mario games of all time from the NES, as well as a bunch of extra collectables.

Super Mario All-Stars - 25th Anniversary Edition will include a Super Mario All-Stars Disk case containing Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 2, Super Mario Bros. 3 and Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels all on one disk, giving Mario fans four reasons to relive the excitement of these classic games on Wii. And if you missed out on them the first time round, now's the time to discover four of the reasons why Super Mario has become one of gaming's most loved series' of all time.

This new collection will also include a special booklet detailing the full history of Super Mario as well as a real treat for fans of the series - an audio CD containing music from Super Mario games spanning the last 25 years, from the original 1985's Super Mario Bros. to 2010's Super Mario Galaxy 2, with classics such as Super Mario 64 and Super Mario Sunshine along the way.
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#1
Maybe a good price for the item (so Hot), but seems a rip-off product. Isn't it just a direct port of the originals, with an emulator to run it on? If so that's a steep price. Would have been much better if they bundled it with the new version of Mario, the Wii designed version.
#2
I personally would have loved these games to have been rereleased with updated graphics a la New Super Mario Wii, but alas it is what it is, great (but old) games...
#3
Decent price I guess, but still not worth buying. I have two of the games on the Wii VC anyway, and all of them on their original console. If it was updated/had something of extra of note other than the art book...

Regardless, have heat.
#4
18 quid for a 17 year old snes cart rom + emulator on a dvd.

no ta!

cheap price for the product, but still not value for money imo.
#5
Have to agree, Long John Silver delivered this to me on monday... very disapointed with it. The graphics could have been tarted up without ruining the overall experience. Direct VC portovers for £18, what a con, they should have made this a free download OR a cost only post out IMHO!!
#6
Is it not cheaper just to purchase the games individually from Virtual Console?
#7
The original xbox can run these games with perfect emulation upto 720p or even 1080i, you can have a 5.1 mix and also have many extra features like being able to save states at any point, screensaves and also it emulates SFX chips so you can run super mario world 2 (yoshi's island) etc.
#8
bonzobanana
The original xbox can run these games with perfect emulation upto 720p or even 1080i, you can have a 5.1 mix and also have many extra features like being able to save states at any point, screensaves and also it emulates SFX chips so you can run super mario world 2 (yoshi's island) etc.

I don't think the original games were made in 720p, or with dolby 5.1
#9
Same price at currys......... £12.99 if you pick up a catalogue and 'win' the £5 voucher
#10
To echo everyones response. I played this last night, and allthough I liked it from "back in the day", if you gave this to a kid these days, they'd probably refuse to play it on account of the poor graphics and sounds.
Its seems quite a rip off, the actual game is only 20mb on a 4.7gb disc. So if you can download this from VC, you are better off.
#11
I enjoy games before my time just as much as modern games (and in some cases even more). If kids don't like these games (which I actually kind of doubt, considering the success of New Super Mario Bros) then they're just spoiled so much that they can no longer see gameplay over graphics.

Anyway, these games may be old and easily downloadable, but the convienience, extra's, and overall quality of these games still make this a must-own.
#12
dizzystar
Same price at currys......... £12.99 if you pick up a catalogue and 'win' the £5 voucher

these vouchers dont seem to work anymore
#13
50hz rubbish, not worth it on many fronts
#14
dizzystar
Same price at currys......... £12.99 if you pick up a catalogue and 'win' the £5 voucher

currys were £19.99 last night i used a voucher and got it for £14.99
#15
Talicus
I enjoy games before my time just as much as modern games (and in some cases even more). If kids don't like these games (which I actually kind of doubt, considering the success of New Super Mario Bros) then they're just spoiled so much that they can no longer see gameplay over graphics.

Anyway, these games may be old and easily downloadable, but the convienience, extra's, and overall quality of these games still make this a must-own.


it really doesn't.
#16
cliche_guevara
bonzobanana
The original xbox can run these games with perfect emulation upto 720p or even 1080i, you can have a 5.1 mix and also have many extra features like being able to save states at any point, screensaves and also it emulates SFX chips so you can run super mario world 2 (yoshi's island) etc.
I don't think the original games were made in 720p, or with dolby 5.1

Hotukdeals is for people buy not steal, who cares if you have xbox 200 games on them. Mario was designed and breathes on the WII. I bought my game for my wife, its come with all great games of mario and a DVD of the history of Mario....worth every penny of my hard earned. Cash recommend you invest in a classic pay..if pos
#17
Just ordered 2, after the let down by Sainsburys Entertainment

+H

Edited By: chojin on Dec 13, 2010 12:58

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