Super Mario RPG - Legend of the Seven Stars (USA) ROM
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Personally, you couldn't ask for a better Mario RPG game than this. Developed by Square Enix, this game is a straight up, hardcore, RPG game with a touch of Mario on it. This is very fun in general as you see some traits from both Final Fantasy and Mario put together. I say if you're either a fan of both, it's worth a try. Overall, the music, gameplay, and story is fantastic. A definite get.
Rarely do we use the word “perfect” to describe a game, but in my opinion, Super Mario RPG is pretty damn close. The game come out in 1996, had amazing 3D graphics developed by square and it was the last Mario game on the Super Nintendo. Even though the game was released out the console’s lifespan, the game still is a collector’s pick, and if you want a copy, you surely will pay more than one hundred bucks for it.
But why exactly the Super Mario RPG kicks so many asses? Well, its kind a hard to pinpoint. There was a really unique story this time around, a ton of new characters introduced, like Geno, who makes its first and last appearance on a Mario game, and some really cool secrets. For example, the locked doorway in monster town. If you paid 500 coins for some fireworks and trade with a little girl for a shiny stone, you can fight against the hardest boss in the entire game: Culex. I’m at level 28 at this point and already finished the game, but this guy can still beat the ever loving crap out me. I guess it’s kind of what happens when you put Mario against a cameo straight from final fantasy…
I’m such a fanboy for this game. The story is a ton of fun, gameplay is out of this world and when you save the princess, the game says the end? No, she joins your group and does some ass-kicking of her own…with a Frying Pan! Just like girls are supposed to do…just kidding.
Once you get your group together, your goal is collect all star pieces to repair star road. And the final one is at Smith’s Factory, where you fight against his power rangers wannabes. Every once a while, I take this game and spend a weekend leveling up and remember why I love the Super Nintendo. Square and Nintendo, Thank you!
One of the best RPG's to grace the Super Nintendo and Mario's best RPG outing on any console. The story begins with a typical princess capture scene, but quickly takes a turn for the unexpected.
With an "action command" battle system allowing you to hit buttons with correct timing to augment attacks, the gameplay never gets boring. Multiple moves and party members all have different commands, yet fill the traditional genre roles of healer or otherwise. This makes the gameplay familiar and its turn based battle system is simple to pick up. There are tutorials along the way if further help is needed, but they're skippable for veterans or replays.
With the game's excellent battle system comes even better humor, and an unforgettable cast. Many traditional Mario faces appear, and traditional lands are explored. Not long in the game though, this adventure shows some new faces that are sure to entertain, a few new locations too.
As with any RPG there are some nice minigame distractions, and a very Final Fantasy extra boss. Graphics in this game are a pseuodo 3D so they look very nice while avoiding traditional sprites.
If this were a review I'd give it a 9.5. Music Graphics and Gameplay are all a 10. I just wish it would last a little longer.
Possibly the best RPG on the console, if not of the 90's. This game rivals the entire Final Fantasy series and almost comes out on top.
You see everyone's favorite plumber saving the princess (again) but this time with a present and well-written story. Mario meets up with many other characters to aid him on his way (all wacky and fun to use).
This is one of few RPGs I've seen that doesn't force you to grind. You can if you want to, and it's recommended at times, but you're never required to do so.
The game is kinda hard to explain without spoiling, but it's good and I suggest that you give it a whirl or two.
5/5 for pure, unrivaled fun.
An excellent RPG from Square, well worth any RPG-lover's or Mario-fan's time and drive space. One thing that you should be aware of is the rom (any of them, apparently. I tried multiple sources) has a tendancey to freeze up when played on zsnes. A workaround I found on the zsnes forums (@2008) is when you go to load the rom check the "Force Pal" checkbox, and it will work flawlessly.
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