Old school meets new in Super Mario 3D Land
By Chad Sapieha
The latest platformer to star Nintendo’s moustachioed icon combines the clever, three-dimensional level design and graphical polish of the Super Mario Galaxy games with the bite-sized sweetness of entries in the Super Mario Bros. series.
The result is dozens of downright delectable little courses, each one a drip in an addictive dopamine feed that makes it nearly impossible to snap shut your 3DS. In fact, I didn’t quit playing until the credits began to roll – though that’s not to say that it put a dent in my regular routine. More on the game’s brevity in a moment.
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