Coming stocked with Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels, Super Mario Bros. 2, and Super Mario Bros. 3, you can get your game on at home, and even listen to the tunes of the collection thanks to an included CD soundtrack packed with themes and sound effects from all four games; I can only imagine the mash-ups that will come of it. Tossed in for good measure is a 32-page booklet filled with interviews, photos, and concept art for you to browse through when you're not playing or jamming. Best part — you can use your older Classic and Game Cube controllers to play all of the titles. Double rainbow all the way! But is it worth the cost? Find out after the break.
Our Best Video Game Ever Bracket has sadly come to an end, and after a close race between Tetris and Super Mario Bros 3 in the final round — the ultimate winner of the challenge is Super Mario Bros 3!And who takes home the coveted prize? After all your votes, it's PopSugar community member tinkerbell12 who was randomly selected from thousands of readers to win a Nintendo DSi, a Sony PS2 Slim, and a G.I. Joe game! Congrats and thanks to everyone for participating!
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And just for fun and to honor our Best Video Game Ever winner, here's a nostalgic video of someone beating Super Mario Bros 3 in 11 minutes! To watch, just read more
I'm not ashamed to say that I think Super Mario Bros. 3 is one of the best games of all time — but which game is your favorite? — so when I saw this SMB 3 External Hard Drive on Etsy, I couldn't contain my excitement. In an excellent example of recycling old games, this crafty DIY'er installed a 160GB HDD Seagate SATA II hard drive inside the gaming cartridge, which is totally USB powered so you don't have to plug in.
Even better? It comes with the original black protective encasing. . . amazing! If you have some game cartridges lying around at home from days gone by, you could probably DIY this yourself on the cheap, but if you want the novelty of having your own SMB 3 cartridge to hold all of your important data, this great external drive will set you back $120.