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Memer6000I was trying to stay on topic like [USER=2208625]@eeveelover64[/USER] told us to by actually talking about mario bros.Also just because you think something is better than what somebody is talking about doesn't mean they should stop talking about it.this tbh
RedSRB2Stop spamming,because Sonic to me is way better.I was trying to stay on topic like [USER=2208625]@eeveelover64[/USER] told us to by actually talking about mario bros.Also just because you think something is better than what somebody is talking about doesn't mean they should stop talking about it.
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OK so I'm glad that the Music is complete but The quality is kinda weird. The pitch is perfect. The beat is perfect. The tempo is perfect. But there is something a little weird about it.Kinda a little echo-y I guess.P.S. I downloaded all of them. :) Thx for the free music.
Super Mario Bros. Deluxe is a platformer video game released on the Game Boy Color in 1999 as an enhanced port of the 1985 NES game Super Mario Bros., also including its 1986 Family Computer Disk System sequel, Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels, as a hidden reward. It was released fourteen years after the original Super Mario Bros. The game was never released in Japan for the normal Game Boy Color Game Pak, but rather the Nintendo Power cartridge. This game was initially released for the 3DS's Virtual Console in Japan, Europe, and Australia in 2014, as part of a special offer, and is now available to download for everyone in Europe, Australia, and North America with an added cost.
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In July 1983, Nintendo released their Famicom (Family Computer) system in Japan, which was their first attempt at a cartridge-based video game console. The system was a booming success, selling over 500,000 units within two months. The console was also technically superior and inexpensive when compared to its competitors, priced at about $100 USD. However, after a few months of the consoles selling well, Nintendo received complaints that some Famicom consoles would freeze when the player attempted to play certain games. The fault was found in a malfunctioning chip and Nintendo decided to recall all Famicon units currently on store shelves, which cost them almost half a million USD.