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This is the series that saved gaming in 1985 from the video game crash. In the series, you mostly play as Mario, the most famous video game character ever, and you have to save Princess Peach from Bowser. There is little to no story BUT that is not why the series is famous, it's famous for its gameplay. The idea of a game not just on one screen was unheard of until Super Mario Bros for the NES came. Overall if you haven't heard of Mario or played any of the games, there is something wrong with you. (JK)
Nah. Zelda is much better, he wears green skirts and fights Gannon.
....on the other, more serious hand, this review doesn't tell the reader anything they don't already know. Go further into WHY the gameplay is good, the mechanics, the style. Needs more depth, and to be longer too.
"This is the series that saved gaming in 1985 from the video game crash"
" The idea of a game not just on one screen was unheard of until Super Mario Bros for the NES came"
It's my first review so it's not gonna be amazing.
That doesn't mean you can't correct it or fact-check it. And plenty of people have written great first reviews. Improvement should start as soon as possible.
Dude, this is a terrible review.
For starters, it was the NES as a whole that saved the video game industry, not the Super Mario Series. Also, you saying that something is wrong with someone for not ever hearing of or playing one of the games is like saying "I hate you and disrespect you because you don't like what I like". Oh, and "the idea of a game not just one screen was unheard of until Super Mario Bros for the NES came." Wrong. There were plenty of games before that had was more than just one screen.
You need to go to school and learn how to do reviews properly, boy. And before go on and say that I am a Mario-hater, I am not and I personally love the Super Mario series.
Sorry but I have to agree, this isn't really a review. I agree that Mario is awesome, but this review is nowhere near detailed enough.
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