A good game—excuse me, a great game—will stand the test of time. It will live on through the generations because of its appeal. Whether it’s the graphics, controls, story, music, etc., everyone has their own reason for liking a game and will continue to play it. Some games are so successful and loved by players that they are remade—meaning that the developers improve the graphics and controls and re-port them to a more advanced console. Also, some games that are re-released are merely emulated (or ported) onto a newer console.
In the case of Super Mario Bros. 3, which initially released on the Famicom/NES in 1988, was given a remastered enhancement in 1993 as part of the Super Mario All-Stars collection for the Super Famicom/Super NES. The game was made to look and sound even better…
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