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Mario Clash

Vital Stats
System(s): Virtual Boy
U.S. Release Date: 1995
Current street price: $5.00
Save: None
Size: infinite levels!
Players: 1 player
ESRB Rating: K-A

Uh, who knows. Some turtles come to a plumbing site and Mario has to get rid of 'em, I guess.

Mario's Role:
The main character. You control him and make him throw shells. Technically this is a primary game, but Virtual Boy doesn't deserve a main feature!

The criticisms
Man, this game got it. Probably the least liked Mario game ever, Mario Clash was mercilessly attacked on the 'net, in the magazines, and everywhere else. People complained that it was a step backwards, and that no one needs another MB game. They also critisize that even MB had more than 2 colors, and the 3-D graphics aren't needed, just a gimmick. In it's defense, I must say that Mario clash uses the VB's 3-D very impressively, better than any other arguably. It also differs from Mb in many ways, like alowing you to throw shells. But it's still a one screen infinite level game, a step in the wrong direction for Mario if ya ask me!

All I've seen is turtles. There may be others, probably the standard MB fare (They should have called this game Mario Bros. 3-D. Sheesh!)

No ending to this baby. As an infinite level game, it doesn't end. You could play all night if you don't die of boredom first!!!! About the site. All Rights Reserved. All content contained herein is property of SMBhq. SMBhq is in no way affiliated with Nintendo Company Limited, Nintendo of America, or any other mentioned companies. Super Mario Bros. and all character names are copyrights of Nintendo Co. Ltd. More legal info. Privacy Statement.
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