why?The Living End wrote:In an industry that tries to pride itself on innovation, new ideas and originality... This is a sad day
hard to argue there. nsmbw was done better on the nes and snes. super mario kart is the pinnacle of the series to this day,perfectly balanced,great handling,koopa,best course design. mario kart wii is a broken mess with bikes (!?),too many blue shells,rubber banding-even online(i'm sure of it),slow pace,very wide tracks. i also don't like the way someone who sets the powerslides to auto can perform just as well as a vet' online. that's just wrong.The Living End wrote:True the core platformers from the N64 onwards have innovated and i've enjoyed them all. My post wasn't out of hatred for mario, but the whole experience for me is tainted now by things like NSMB which to me is just reselling a 20 year old game over and over, and much as I love a blast around on mario kart the same story is true of that.
I understand the saying "if it ain't broke don't fix it" but that doesn't mean keep reselling it over and over. I felt well and truly robbed buying new super mario bro's and mario kart wii for my son.
it had one course that's one of my all time faves to this day. ribbon road. as close to the snes version as the kart's ever been,for me. a work of genius.The Living End wrote:My personal favourite mario kart was the gameboy advance version, spent many hours ruining my eyes on that crap screen playing that.
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