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Super Mario Advance

Super Mario Advance (GBA) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Tags: Action, Platformer
Developer: Nintendo

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
06/10/2001
EU
06/22/2001
JP
03/21/2001

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Reader Reviews

Super Mario Advance review

Reviewed July 09, 2004

kingbroccoli says: "Super Mario Advance, a dual Mario game, has crashed onto the fledgling Game Boy Advance system with a moderate amount of style. This cartridge contains two old ''classics'', Super Mario Bros. 2 and the absolutely ancient Mario Bros. These two games meld together to make a gaming experience that is at times endearing, but ultimately unfulfilling. "
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Super Mario Advance review

Reviewed March 08, 2005

psychopenguin says: "When Nintendo first announced the new portable console, Game Boy Advance, I knew they were going to launch a Mario game with it. It may have seemed like common sense, but let's think about it. Have you ever heard of a Nintendo console that's launched without a Mario game? It's never been done before (although I am almost positive the Gamecube is going to break this trend), so of course Nintendo was going to release a Mario launch game with the launch of the Game Boy Advance. There's only one sma..."
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Super Mario Advance review

Reviewed December 25, 2006

tremorc says: "We all know what that when Nintendo releases a new system they accompany it with some sort of Mario game. Thatís been the case until the Wii broke tradition, even if a title or two in particular didnít star Mario. You know what Iím talking about. In the case of the Game Boy Advance, Nintendo did provide a Mario game at launch, however it was not an original game. They still havenít provided an original Mario platformer for the GBA, and instead just feed us ports of old NES and SNES titles. "
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Super Mario Advance Reviews Around the Internet

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AVG
7.5

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