Question says it all. What is your favourite 2D platformer?
Even though it's not my favorite, I agree that it's really underrated. When you look past the part where it's a tweak of Doki Doki Panic, it's a pretty good game in its own right.Propeller Toad said:I'm going to be a bit different and pick Super Mario Bros. 2. It is bashed way too often, and frankly I had great fun with this game. The worlds and characters are all very unique and well done and it even had its own difficulty in most parts. I additionally liked the length of the game. I also enjoyed the fact that it had more characters other than Mario to choose from (especially Toad).
No, Doki Doki was created for a television festival in Japan in 1987. SMB2 was released in 1988. While I agree with your views on SMB2, I must point this out. I'm nitpicky like that, sorry.Propeller Toad said:I'm going to be a bit different and pick Super Mario Bros. 2. It is bashed way too often, and frankly I had great fun with this game. The worlds and characters are all very unique and well done and it even had its own difficulty in most parts. I additionally liked the length of the game. I also enjoyed the fact that it had more characters other than Mario to choose from (especially Toad).
Also I think the reason as to why it is respected by Nintendo is because SMB 2 was actually a protocol Mario game before it was scrapped and reused to make Doki Doki Panic. So in other words, Mario 2 is actually a revival while Doki Doki Panic was the lie.
I die alot in that game. Just saying.Snowstalker said:You know the forums are dead when New Super Half-Assed Bros. Wii is the most popular platformer. Floatier, easier, not taking risks at all, not even using new world themes.
This, except the "gay" reference. I don't like it when people make fun of homosexuals.Freaky Fred said:Super Mario 3 sucks a *bleep*ing *bleep*.
This game is *bleep*, plain and simple.
Oh, let's all get the warp whistle and warp to "big world"! Too bad big world isn't *bleep*ing fun, like the rest of this game. The entire thing is designed to anger and frustrate you. Oh, you get Kuribo's shoe on one *bleep*ing level! Wow, pardon me while I make the universal motion for a handjob. Kuribo's shoe *bleep*ing sucked. What did it do, exactly? It let you JUMP ON THINGS, something you were able to do the entire *bleep*ing game. Oh, also you looked gay.
There are some interesting power-ups in the game, such as Tanookie Mario, Hammer Mario, and Frog Mario. But guess what? You can get them on like 2 levels total, and if you *bleep* up and get hit ONCE, you lose them, FOREVER. Wow, that's fun! I love games that demand I play perfectly or have no fun, because I'm a *bleep*ing jap who strives for absolute perfection in gaming otherwise I kill myself.
Mario 3 may have been interesting or fun at one time, but the game is a worthless piece of *bleep* in today's day and age. It's horribly flawed and full of *bleep* moments, much more so than it has moments that are just fun to play.