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So, Super Mario Crossover is pretty fabulous


2:20 PM on 04.28.2010
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Bored? Good, because here is a thing that you should definitely play. It's called Super Mario Crossover, and if you haven't already heard of it, prepare to be astounded. It basically introduces other 8-bit characters to the world of Super Mario Bros. and it's rather fantastic. 

Bill, Link, Mega Man, Belmont and Samus can all be taken into Super Mario Bros., and all of them work exactly how you'd expect them to. Link can throw boomerangs, Bill can access the Spread Shot with a Fire Flower, and Samus can turn into a ball while planting bombs. It's pretty impressive stuff, really. 

We're all rather pleased with it. We think you'd like it as well, so why not check it out? WHY NOT!?






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