Probably one of Renardy's most popular games, Super Mario Gravitation looks epic from first glance. BUT...when we at EERN dive deeper into the game, how does it really stand out? Does it rise above the rest, or fall beneath them all? Find out, in the Electric Enterprises Review Network's first review of the year!
The story is quite long, which, in my opinion, is a good thing. It's broken up into five parts. Just by reading the intro, one can tell that the story is well thought out. The grammar could use a bit of work, though. The structure makes up for the grammar, though. And so, the story recieves a grand score of...
I can tell that the gameplay is quite similar to the Galaxy games. Which is kinda obvious when you look at the cover and name. There's a gigantor world map, which I think is one of the better parts of NSMBU. Then there's Star Coins and the item stored on the lower screen. I can see that the game is very similar to other games and doesn't have that many new gimmicks to it. So, I think the gameplay deserves a...
The big bang, probably, of many games. SMG is no exception. It's nice to keep it simple with only Mario and Luigi. I really don't object to that. And it's a pretty nice list of bosses too. I like all the different colors, by the way. And then there's a bulleted list of supporting characters. I feel like this area ought to earn a...
Wowza! That's a lot of worlds! Well, I don't want to go into a lotta details, as I'm running a tight schedule here. So the worlds are pretty awesome. Bowser's Ultimate Castle seems LONG! So I'll just give this one a...
I like your selection of power-ups. Keeping it simple with only six. Nice.
And it's a pretty basic yet well-thought out selection of objects. So I'll give your items a...
The rest of the article is good, but I really don't want to go into details. So I'll just wrap it all up here and give Super Mario Gravitation a final score OF...