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3.3.11 - Super Mario RPG (USA: Super Mario RPG)

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This article is from the Final-Fantasy and other Square Soft Games FAQ, by nickzman@eskimo.com (Nick Zitzmann) with numerous contributions by others.

3.3.11 - Super Mario RPG (USA: Super Mario RPG)

The plot to this game (which was co-produced by Square and Nintendo)
seems simple at first. In fact, the plot is almost exactly the same as
the plots in many of the previous Super Mario Bros. games: The Princess
has been kidnapped by Bowser (again!), and Mario (Luigi makes his only
appearances in the game's manual this time around) goes after her. This
time, Mario travels straight to Bowser's castle, and while the two are
fighting, a strange thing happens: A giant sword falls from the sky and
into the castle; sending Mario, Bowser, and the Princess flying out of
the castle. Mario fortunately lands right into his small house, but the
Princess is missing and Mario can't get back into the castle. As the
plot thickens, however, it's revealed to Mario that the Star Road has
been shattered by the Smithies (the same forces guiding the sword), and
without it, wishes can never be answered. In order to fix the Star Road,
Mario needs to find seven stars, and then drive the Smithies out of the
Mushroom World.

Super Mario RPG not only enhances on the Mario theme by keeping classic
Mario elements (like the ?-mark blocks everyone's familiar with,
Starman, etc.) and adding in a new semi-3D world, but it's also the
first of the many Mario games over the years to have a role-playing
style to it. Mario punches, hammers, jumps, kicks shells at enemies; and
also fights with a group of up to two other characters. There's plenty
of tiny bites of humor throughout the game, puzzles to solve, places to
visit, and various sub-games to play. Some of the puzzles and sub-games
in Super Mario RPG, however, may only be easy for people who can
maintain a solid rhythem and have an understanding of the C major scale
in sol-fesh, because non-musicians may have a hard time trying to race
Boshi or helping Toadofsky with his songs. Otherwise, this is a very
solid game.


 

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