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Super Princess Peach

Platform : Nintendo DS
Rated: Everyone
174 customer reviews
Metascore: 75 / 100

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  • Join the princess as she runs, jumps, floats, and fights her way through eight worlds to save Mario from Bowser!
  • Tap into her unique powers/vibes using the touch screen which enables her to whirl, catch fire, tear and become invincible.
  • Use her parasol as a shield, a boat, to pick up and consume enemies and to whack Bowser's minions.
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Super Princess Peach brings back the classic Mario game action, with a twist. The roles are reversed this time, as Mario has been kidnapped and Princess Peach is off to rescue him! Guide her through a series of classic 2D side-scrollers to rescue the classic game hero. She'll be helped along by Kassaa, a magical umbrella. Kassaa can be used for a variety of things -- from striking enemies, to helping Peach float.

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When Bowser kidnaps Mario and Luigi and gets hold of the magical Vibe Wand, he heads off for Vibe Island with a troop of minions in tow. Intent on rescuing the Mario Bros., Peach gives chase, only to find herself affected by the vibes given off by the island. Using these newfound vibes to channel special abilities, she sets off to rescue Mario and Luigi!

  • Play as Princess Peach, out to rescue the Mario Bros! Whack Bowser's minions with your parasol!
  • Peach channels vibes into special abilities. Float through the air when she's happy, burn through walls when she’s mad, or make vegetation grow with her tears!
  • Run, jump, float, and fight through eight worlds to find Mario!
Super Princess Peach features classic Mario Bros.-style side-scrolling action. Each world is composed of five levels and a boss. As you look for Mario you'll also find imprisoned Toads and collect coins. While you run and jump through levels, you must use Peach's vibes to break through impediments, scale impossibly high cliffs, and defeat enemies. To build up Peach's vibe powers, collect gems or pick up enemies with your magic parasol and absorb them.

Peach's vibe powers include:

  • Joy: Peach whirls about like a cyclone, creating air currents that will spin windmills, clear away enemies, or even lift her high into the air.
  • Rage: Peach catches fire, burning enemies and wood impediments.
  • Gloom: Peach weeps and runs incredibly fast, during which time she's invincible. Her tears can cause plants to grow, among other things.
  • Calm: Peach becomes invincible and slowly regains health.

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  • Product Dimensions: 4.8 x 5.2 x 0.5 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: February 27, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (174 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,555 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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177 of 191 people found the following review helpful By Lestor neeker Wong on February 27, 2006
Now, I wrote this review way back in November, when I first got hold of the Japanese version of Super Princess Peach. My understanding of the Japanese language is limited, which was probably why my translations of Peach's emotions (ok, "vibes") in the review didn't correspond with what's in the English version of the game. Anyhow, if you see the terms "happiness, anger, sadness and delight", simply substitute that with "joy, rage, gloom, and calm" respectively, and you should get the picture. With this settled, let's proceed to the review proper.

Mario and Luigi have been kidnapped, and Princess Peach goes on a trip to rescue them. This, in a nutshell, describes Super Princess Peach, Nintendo's latest platformer for the DS. For too long, the princess has been troubling the Mario brothers simply by being regularly captured by Bowser and the likes, so it's only right for her to do some work this time round. The role reversal results in an adventure that's not unlike previous titles in the Mario series, but still engaging enough to keep you glued to your DS.

True to the nature of the series, Peach's journey to achieve her objectives is divided into worlds of different themes. These worlds are in turn divided into stages. During these stages, Peach will need to fend off enemies, solve environmental puzzles, and rescue the many captured toads that will pave the way to the freedom of Mario and Luigi. Each world also has a boss at the end, which provides a more challenging sequence that requires Peach to pit her fighting skills against tougher opponents.

To do all these, Peach is given an array of skills. Apart from the usual jumping and sliding, Peach also has an umbrella that doubles up as her weapon.
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47 of 51 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on August 6, 2006
I bought this game a couple of weeks ago unsure if it was worth the money. But after I played it, I learned all the special techniques almost right away. The game is easy to catch onto and it's great if you're looking for something that's not too difficult or brain-frying! It's very calming and I usually play it when I need to unwind. It's also well designed and colorful, the graphics are beautifully done. I would recommend this game - especially for girls who enjoy Nintendo - like myself!!
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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Sean Malowney on April 16, 2007
My 3 year old daughter started to express an interest in my Nintendo DS (translation: she was ripping it out of my hands while I was playing).

Not wanting my Final Fantasy or Advance War save games deleted, I bought her Super Princess Peach thinking she would have fun watching the title screen load and maybe clicking around here or there.

To my amazement, within a week she was taking out entire levels. Her first video game. So, Nintendo is a genius company to be able to make a game that is so natural that it can be enjoyed by a 3 year old or an adult.

The game is very high quality, and the content is not at all like the trash put out in the west (Bratz, Sponge Bob, etc). Do your kids a favor and go Japanese. They still know whats good and whats normal.
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61 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Michael Saal on October 29, 2006
I bought this game for my daughter who just turned five. She absolutely loves this game, as she is a big time fan of the Princess. She is still working on the game and continues to have fun with it. Her older brother, who is six, really loves this game, to my surprise. He loves anything to do with Mario and the gang and this game is right up there with the best of them.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By sarah-beara on June 13, 2006
Okay, I saw some commercials for this game a while ago, and I got excited over the idea. So, I bought the game for $35, me being a woman of impulse like I am.


This game is really fun (atleast for me :p). It has many worlds, with many levels each. It starts off REALLY easy, for you to get used to, but later it gets HARRRRD. But it still keeps your attention. It's kinda weird with the bosses though. Like, for some reason, the first boss took me 4 tries to beat, and then the rest only took one (I'm in the Wavy Beach world, which is the 5th one.)

The music is catchy get-stuck-in-your-head music, there are many worlds and levels and mysterious to unlock, there are plenty of things to do/buy/accomplish, and the minigames are fun. Though you have to buy/find the new ones in levels.

It's basically like: Princess Toadstool (Peach) has 4 "vibes" that are like emotions. She has Joy, Rage, Gloom, and Calm. Each vibe allows you to get past things and stuff like that (except Calm, which refills your Heart Gauge by using energy from your Vibe Gauge). And then Peach's umbrella, Perry, is what defeats your enemies by whacking them (and more when you buy abilities). So far the Perry Abilities that I have are Poundbrella, Chargebrella, Floatbrella, Slidebrella and the underwater one that I forgot the name of (these aren't ALL of them, I'm only on level 5 here). Each level has 3 hidden toads that you have to rescue in order to move on (in the wiggly pink boxes with "!" on them), and further in the game they may be hard to find. There are LOTS of enemies, some that I've never seen in my few years of Mario (and related) games, and you get new ones with new worlds and levels. There are at least 5 levels in each world, I'm not sure the correct amount though.
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