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Nostalgic Elation; The Super Mario Crossover

eldavojohn (898314) writes | more than 4 years ago

It's funny.  Laugh. 1

eldavojohn (898314) writes "Sure, they're stepping all over proprietary rights and copyright but something must be said about the amount of bliss-filled nostalgia inside Exploding Rabbit's Super Mario Crossover . If the plumbers never really did it for you, you can now kill those goombas as Link, Mega Man, Samus, Simon Belmont or Contra's Bill. Goodbye jumping and spitting; hello slicing, whipping, and shooting. Is this one of the early firsts in the new genre of video game mashups? Let's hope Exploding Rabbit does not feel the need to also transport the portly Mario and lanky Luigi to the harsh war torn jungles of Contra or the ghoul ridden realms of Castlevania."
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Never underestimate the brothers (1)

Captain Spam (66120) | more than 4 years ago | (#32032566)

Let's hope Exploding Rabbit does not feel the need to also transport the portly Mario and lanky Luigi to the harsh war torn jungles of Contra or the ghoul ridden realms of Castlevania.

Somehow, I feel that superhuman jumping and the ability to conjure balls of flame from their hands at will (with nothing more than the assistance of a flower), along with whatever other games' worth of abilities you care to mention, would make them a bit less helpless in those situations than you'd think.

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