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The Simpsons: Bart vs. the World

3.5 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews
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Platform: Nintendo NES
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This is a gently used game for the nintendo entertainment system

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ASIN B00004SVUK
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3.5 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #8,065 in videogames
#44 in Video Games > More Systems > Nintendo NES > Games
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Product Dimensions 5.3 x 4.9 x 1.1 inches
Media: Video Game

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I got this game on time and in Great shape! I tried it out it works Great!! I got this as a Father's Day gift for my Husband!! I can't wait to see his face when he see & plays it!!There was an mistake on the Seller part, But it was quickly taking careful by the seller! I am very happy and will be doing business with this seller again!!
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Recently found our original Nintendo. Had the desire to play again & show teenage daughter one of the game systems I had (she thought the Atari system was very weird!) Needed to buy some games & found a bunch I loved to play. Very fun to play this game again!
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The biggest mistake was allowing Acclaim to create Simpsons title games for NES and out of all the ones I played, this one is the worst. I never made it past the second level because of all those cheap deaths getting up to the top of the Ice Cave and it does'nt help with the extremley akward jumping configuration (I hate games where you have to press A and B to jump because it does'nt always execute well). Like the first Simpsons game, there are no continues so this game shows very little mercy. If this game is designed for kids, then why is it so unfailry difficult? The concept of the game is nice: Bart Simpson trying to save the world from several of Mr. Burns' distant relatives, who are trying to kill the Simpsons and take over the world. None of that matters if the game play and controls are garbage. Since I never made it past the second level, I saw the rest of the game walkthroughs on youtube (including the Angry Video Game Nerd's review on the Simpsons titles) and it gets even worst. I am glad that I only borrowed this game for a few years and I should've given it back after the first day. Do yourself a favor and stay away from this crappy game. I hate it when Nintendo has these crappy companies produce very low quality games based off of popular cartoon and comicbook characters and box office smashes. Don't be a sucker!
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I could vaguely remember this game as a kid when I bought it here on Amazon a couple of weeks ago. All I could remember was skateboarding the Great Wall of China and answering Simpons trivia questions. That was enough for me to pick this up for under $5 bucks and reconnect with my youth. In the past I've bought games I remember playing as a kid and played them now and was let down. It wasn't the case with this game. At first the controls for this game were tough. And it took me forever to beat part 1 of the north pole. But once you beat a level the next time you play it you go through it with relative ease. Which is good because it makes the game challenging but still something you can beat. The bonus games on here are so much fun. You really get that nostalgic feeling playing memory with Simpons characters, and doing the picture puzzles. It's pretty much everything you want in a Simpsons game. You get to skateboard, fly, and use cherry bombs as weapons. You play as Bart for the entire game. Mr. Burns has rigged the art contest on the Krusty the Clown show. It's set up so Bart can win the trip around the world to collect all the Krusty the Clown collectibles. While on the treasure hunt Mr. Burns and Smithers plan to wipe the Simpsons off the planet. Collect all the Krusty pieces from China, The North Pole, Egypt, and finnally Hollywood. There's two endings to this game which I like. You can beat the game without collecting the Krusty pieces but the ending is terrible. Go back and beat the game with all the unique collectibles the Simpsons family gives you through out the game, and you get the alternate ending where you get to throw a pie in MR. Burns' and Smithers face. The serious gamer who's not really into the Simpsons might find this game lame. But if you love the Simpsons and are familar with there other games for NES and SNES add this to your collection. This is definitely the best of the Simpsons NES games.
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The greatest redeeming value of this game is that it's full of mini games. There are a series of levels in this game and each level has several of its own mini-games that give rewards towards your player. The category of games differ from level. Some have Simpson Trivia, the slide puzzles, Pick the right cup, games of that nature. But the first couple of levels are easy to beat. I cannot get past the Ice Cavern. It's like they purposely made it hard by giving smaller platforms to land on and so forth.
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