C/D: Mario Games are the epitome of Casual Games

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User Info: NovaLevossida

NovaLevossida
4 years ago#21
Alex, what is Angry Birds?
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User Info: fuzi11

fuzi11
4 years ago#22
D: Angry Birds, Candy Crush,..

User Info: segagamer

segagamer
4 years ago#23
Both
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User Info: Number_0ne

Number_0ne
4 years ago#24
D. While most Mario games are casual, there are still many other games that would be more accurate for the epitome of causal. For example, Angry Birds or EA Sports games.
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User Info: Rpg Addict

Rpg Addict
4 years ago#25
Deny. I agree with the people who are saying that they represent gaming as a whole: they can be played a variety of ways, by anyone. A lot of people with an interest can play through most of the 2D games pretty well, and for people who are more "hardcore" fans and can play well, there are a variety of other challenges or ways to play. There's something for everyone.
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User Info: Pharsti01

Pharsti01
4 years ago#26
Nop, smartphone games take that easily.
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User Info: Fishbulb

Fishbulb
4 years ago#27
Deny.

Angry Birds is the epitome of casual.
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User Info: mashu

mashu
4 years ago#28
D.

Throwaway smartphone time wasters you play for 5 minutes here or there while standing in line are the epitome of casual games. That pretty much defines them.

Mario and platformers in general have always been sort of casual games, but not using the definition that casual games are defined by now. They're for everyone, but do take a little skill. They helped to define platformers as a genre.

User Info: Rasputin77

Rasputin77
4 years ago#29
Absolutely deny.

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