Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars  [Online Game Code]

Platform : Nintendo Wii
Rated: Everyone
4.6 out of 5 stars 37 customer reviews

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  • Online Game Code: Currently, this item is available only to customers located in the United States.
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  • ASIN: B003ZDOH4Y
  • Release Date: August 12, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 37 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,577 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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    The first role-playing game set in the world of Mario, this Super NES favorite is an adventure unlike any other.

    Set in the Mushroom Kingdom and featuring a cast of well-known characters, this adventure RPG begins with a familiar scenario: Mario must rescue Princess Toadstool from Bowser. However, a mysterious new enemy named Smithy soon appears, and Mario and Bowser are forced to fight as allies for the first time in their long history.

    In their quest to defeat their powerful new foe, Mario and his allies journey across a huge world with a wide variety of locations (a town of mining moles, a tropical forest, a thundering waterfall-just to name a few) and tackle a mix of obstacles requiring both expert timing and strategy to overcome.

    While exploring buildings and labyrinths, Mario finds himself bouncing on trampolines, riding rail cars, conspiring with Princess Toadstool, and helping her escape from prison. Along with tried-and-true Mushroom Kingdom standards like Mushrooms, Stars, and Flowers, Mario will also utilize Fright Bombs, Yoshi Cookies, Yoshi Candy, and other handy items.

    Pot Cannons, Spinning Flowers, Teeter Totters, and other features of the environment aid Mario in his quest. And be sure to check out specialty shops such as the Treasure Shop, Drink Shop, Mushroom Shop, and Beetles Are Us for all your item needs.

    Along the way, the heroes gain experience and grow more powerful, while also meeting new characters whose unique abilities will be needed to take on Smithy and his gang. With new levels, Mario and his allies can improve their attack speed and attack power as well as their magic power and defense. At higher levels, characters can learn devastating special techniques.

    Precision button presses can translate into maximum damage, and each character has an arsenal of special attacks to perfect. Mario alone has an impressive repertoire of punch, hammer, shell, and fireball attacks.

    • First Mario role-playing game
    • Mario action combined with RPG tactics and exploration
    • Wacky characters, both allies and enemies
    • Intense character development; every decision counts
    • Varied action from battle to battle
Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars
Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars
Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars

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First and foremost, I am not an RPG fan. I never jumped on the Final Fantasy bandwagon. I don't care for the Dragon Quest games. I have never played Chrono Trigger or any of its remakes. But I have to admit that all of the games I mentioned helped usher in a major video games category that has been around since the days of the original NES. So when word broke out that Nintendo and Squaresoft (now known as Square Enix) were working together on a RPG game featuring Mario & using Final Fantasy style game play, many gamers were immediately excited and waited to play this masterpiece. And so, in 1996, Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars was released on the SNES and was and still is one of the best RPGs. If you haven't played this game yet, now is your chance to download it from the Virtual Console service.

The game starts out with you controlling Mario running off to rescue Princess Toadstool from Bowser. During your fight, a sword-like enemy crashes through the roof of Bowser's castle and everyone gets blown sky high in different directions. After watching a few scenes and reading text, you find out a new enemy is out to take over the Mushroom Kingdom and it's up to Mario to find Princess Toadstool and defeat Smithy, your new rival. And that's basically how the story begins. You control Mario as you make your way through different sections of the Mushroom Kingdom, talk to different people, discover side quest missions and buying and finding various weapons and items for you and your party to use. That's right; you eventually befriend certain characters who join you on your mission and when you face off against enemies and bosses, you can use them during the fight.
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This great RPG that was released at the end of the Super Nintendo's life is available again through the Wii. Fortunately you don't have to go through the nonsense of Wii points and can instead just pay without wasting on excess points.

This fun RPG was made by Square with Mario characters, so you know its going to be good. A good entry for those new to the genre but still fun for old fans.
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We used to have this game when I was a kid and I was very sad when we lost it. I'm very glad that I was able to find it, especially for the wii (since it's the only game system we have) but be warned that you need the classic controller to play this. So while this game is cheap enough to buy, the controller can be a bit expensive if you're not careful.
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I play FPS games most of the time but this game has to be one of my all time favorites.

If you like role playing games and a classic, then you will definitely love this game.

In order to be successful in this game you need a little patients and strategy. You will enjoy building up your character and making yourself stand out against your enemies. This isn't a spoiler but I would like to let you know that at a certain point in the game, Bowser will even join you against a new tougher enemy. This is an interesting play by nintendo and squaresoft.

This game is comparable to games such as "The Legend of Zelda: Link to the Past" (adventure) and "Final Fantasy" (RPG) and perhaps even "pokemon" (RPG). All these games are great, and that means they tried to make the best game possible. I purchased this game when it was made for super nintendo. I purchased it again because I do not have my nintendo anymore and wished that I could play this game again. This game is priced very well for what you get out of it. The original cartidge costs around 400+ dollars and I think that only means that this game is a true classic.

Trust me, your getting one of the best games ever.

Enjoy playing Super Mario RPG.
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By S. Der on April 30, 2012
Finally more people can now play this awesome game! This game was kept by many people as it was just so good. This game became an instant collector item as there were so few copies of the game and it was a cart game as well. But now, we can enjoy the game for $8 bucks! This game is well worth to buy and play over agan over again.

I remember playing this game over and over again when I was little and it's just as good now. I had a blast with it! I couldn't put it down. I kept on playing and playing because it was just that damn good and the replay value was off the charts. It had a great story line, great characters, easy/fun battle system, and plenty of hidden items to find.

This game actually introduce me to the world of JRPG, which I had never played before WAY BACK THEN. I say anyone wanting some easy introduction to the JRPG genre, will love this thing. From then on I would go on to more harder and more complex JRPG but still remember the days of Super Mario RPG. Damn, awesome game! They don't make them like this game more, but I wish they did.
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I enjoyed this game as a child and wanted to replay it with my kid. I still have the original SNES cartridge, but the saved games kept getting deleted randomly. I was glad to see that there was a virtual version for the Wii, so I bought it and have no regrets. The game plays just like the original. 5/5
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