They're NES games. What else is there to say? Its the exact same game it was 20 years ago. --- PSN/XBL- Nifterific SSF4AE: Balrog, Evil Ryu | UMvC3: C.Viper/Morrigan/Hulk | MK9: Noob Saibot, Cyber Sub-Zero | SFxTK: Ryu/Guile
They're NES games. What else is there to say? Its the exact same game it was 20 years ago.
I kinda have to agree with this...
I'm not sure what you want to know that either prior knowledge/thousands of youtube videos/google couldn't answer. --- Not changing this signature until a new Breath of Fire game is announced Started 2/8/12
I've been thinking about SMB, and maybe even Punch-Out or Metroid.
Between the three i'd go with Punch Out. While all three games are great, Punch Out has aged the best in my opinion. I'd wait till SMB3 comes out to get a Mario game. --- The Rock and Doc Connection "Body slamming through time".
Oh, lol. I thought you meant "how are they" as in how do they compare to the original. Well, they're the original game so no glitches are fixed or anything like that. Anything you see in old videos like the minus world in SMB can be done here. SMB and Punch-out are two of my all time favorites, Metroid is really popular but I never got into it. I can guarantee you can't go wrong with SMB. Punch-out you might want to look up on YouTube, its not realistic boxing at all and relies a lot on memorization and timing. --- PSN/XBL- Nifterific SSF4AE: Balrog, Evil Ryu | UMvC3: C.Viper/Morrigan/Hulk | MK9: Noob Saibot, Cyber Sub-Zero | SFxTK: Ryu/Guile
Are you referring to how the emulation is on these games compared to their home console versions?. if so then they're great!. no real issues or anything like that and they play just fine. only real negative i see with these are the fact that their's no option to map the button layout to your liking (playing SMB and SML with B/A as the only option on the 3DS plain sucks and is annoying imo). --- "OldSchoolGaming4Life" on YT/"90sRetroGaming" on mariokartwii.com
I just want to know because I've never really played any of them besides Punch-out via Animal Crossing.
Umm they're ok, a lot of them are brutally tough though (Well out of the ones we have Metroid and Zelda II are the hardest, going by the Ambassador ones though as I'm not sure what NES ones we have)
For the most part they are also simple, Mario is well Mario, jump step on goombas, get through 8 worlds, beat Bowser, save the Princess. But even for simple look and design they are still fun games. --- "LOL fail, SMG and GTA5 aren't even from the same decade. gj." - War_Fail