• Natedawg921

    Here are the goals for Super Mario Bros. 1-4 and Lost Levels:

    1. Super Mario Bros. = 64
    2. Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels = 52
    3. Super Mario Bros. 2 = 20
    4. Super Mario Bros. 3:
      1. Grass Land = 8
      2. Desert Land = 9
      3. Water Land = 12
      4. Giant Land = 9
      5. Sky Land = 13
      6. Ice Land = 14
      7. Pipe Land = 14
      8. Dark Land = 11
      9. Hammer Bro. = 15
      10. Unused Levels = 15
      11. Warp Zone
    5. Super Mario World: Super Mario Bros. 4:
      1. Yoshi's Island = 6
      2. Donut Plains & Secret = 10
      3. Vanilla Dome & Secret = 11
      4. Twin Bridges = 6
      5. Forest of Illusion = 9
      6. Chocolate Island = 9
      7. Valley of Bowser = 9
      8. Star World = 5
      9. Special Zone = 8
      10. Secret goals = 24
      11. Yoshi's House (no goal)
      12. Top Secret Area (no goal)

    Total = 353 goals

    Natedawg921 (talk) 22:10, August 21, 2017 (UTC)

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  • Natedawg921

    Here are the Forces of Chaos/League of Darkness so far:

    • Mother Brain (leader)
    • Dr. Albert Wily
    • Ganon
    • Ganondorf
    • King Hippo
    • King K. Rool
    • King Bowser Koopa
    • Giovanni
    • Count Dracula
    • Sir Phantom
    • Malkil
    • King Bowser Koopa
    • Wart
    • Wario
    • Waluigi
    • Tatanga
    • Foreman Spike
    • Zoda
    • Samurai Goroh
    • Andross
    • Aparoid Queen
    • King Boo
    • King Dedede
    • Dragonlord
    • Crazy Hand
    • Master Hand
    • King Egger
    • Maharito
    • Big Boss
    • Godfather Gordon
    • Witch Doctor
    • Dark Cloak
    • Wizard King
    • Thanatos
    • Medusa
    • Captain Syrup
    • Princess Shroob
    • Cackletta
    • Emperor Anglar
    • Chancellor Cole
    • John Adams
    • Antasma
    • Puzzle Wizard
    • Master Kale
    • Master Chard
    • Max Profitt Haltmann
    • Nightmare
    • King Breager
    • Phalanx
    • Dark Demon

    --Natedawg921 (talk) 21:54, July 24, 2017 (UTC)

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  • Astrogamer

    For the final entry in this series for this E3, we'll wrap up by talking about information that has come out about the presentation, rumors and my predictions for what we might see this year at E3 from Nintendo

    The biggest rumor so far is the rumor that Ubisoft is developing a tactics game featuring Mario and the Rabbids. The player has control of 8 characters; Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, Yoshi and 4 Rabbid counterparts and the group progresses through stages in a similar world structure to a typical Mario game. Some details came out about the gameplay with something about the first boss being a Rabbid dressed like DK. It eas originally rumored by Laura Kate Dale along with his Switch lineup leak, but the big detail leak came out in the p…

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  • KirbyPKMNMaster

    So yeah.. I am making a list on here. Yay me.

    We all knew this game was going to come to the Switch. I am a major Pokemon fan, and this game looks AMAZING. It even releases a couple of days after my birthday! The only reason why this game is not higher is because I got quite bored with the Wii U version. But if Darkrai and Decidueye can save this, good for them.

    Wow! A Sonic game with potential! I never thought I would see that for the rest of my life! By the creators of the two good Modern games, Sonic Forces is made to revive the franchise. But the OCs..... oh god..

    It's okay Andrew... it's okay. Just 1 1/2 more weeks and you can wreck Twintelle all you want with a burning passion- what was I saying? Arms is a game with potential. The TestP…

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  • Astrogamer

    With E3 only a week away, we are taking a look at Nintendo's second party development. Just to be clear, this post won't cover every Nintendo partner dev, just ones that could bring a game to E3. Some devs like Grezzo and Arzest aren't going to be discussed despite having a soon-to-be released game because that's all they have and have been discussed.

    Before we get into each of Nintendo's partners, we should discuss how they manage these partnerships. At the top of Nintendo development is again, Shinya Takahashi, but he has put Keisuke Terasaki in a position similar to what he held before EPD combined. This means he's incharge of all Nintendo's external development. From there, Nintendo divides its partners between 3 groups. This first gro…

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  • Astrogamer

    Welcome back to Road to E3. Last week's post can be found here. For this week's article, we are going to discuss the teams owned by Nintendo 100% and what games they could be making.

    The Entertainment Planning and Development Department is a bit complex so, this part will explain the structure of EPD and its differences from the previous structure. First of all, EPD is composed of both EAD and SPD combined so all Nintendo software developers are in this department, all under Shinya Takahashi, the general manager of the department. EPD is still divided into the internal production and external groups so I'll be only covering the internal production groups. In total, there are 10 EPD production groups divided between the two deputy managers; …

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  • Astrogamer

    With E3 coming in a few weeks, it would be cool to highlight Nintendo stuff we might see in the Nintendo Spotlight and Treehouse Live. To start off with, we got to cover the games we know. Since the Spotlight is confirmed to be focusing Switch games, there shouldn't be any 3DS games in it, but they will be covered Treehouse Live

    Since this game is out a day after E3 ends, I'm not expecting this to show up in the Spotlight. The tournament is more suited to cover the game though it wouldn't be surprising to see this pop-up during the Treehouse Live. We likely are not getting anymore notable info aside from maybe the first DLC character, (with its release towards the end of the month)

    Splatoon 2 is coming out a little over a month after E3 so, …

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  • Patrick's Nose 1
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