New Super Mario Land DS (IDEA)

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Shubshub, Nov 14, 2011.

  1. Shubshub
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    Shubshub The Shubinator

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    what do you guys Think Of Having a Super Mario Land Game On DS

    Basically It would be a Sequel to Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins


    I Was thinking Of Calling It


    New Super Mario Land: Return Of Bowser

    Discuss
     
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  2. Ammako

    Ammako GBAtemp Guru

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    Yes, do it.
    I'll supervise you.
     
  3. Mirby

    Mirby BDFF Hype~ :3

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    Sounds good to me.
     
  4. Prof. 9

    Prof. 9 GBAtemp Fan

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    There is one already, it's called Super Mario Land 3: Wario Land. There's also Super Mario 3D Land.

    Good luck with your project TC.
     
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  5. iSubaru

    iSubaru Kitsune

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    Matrix Reactivation =D

    I vote "Yes"
    My two mettaurs votes "Yes" as well
    With 3 "Yes" You pass to next round, congratulations
     
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  6. Luigi2012SM64DS

    Luigi2012SM64DS G-old member

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    have fun working 20 years on porting a 3ds game to ds
     
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  7. LeRodeur

    LeRodeur GBAtemp Regular

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    why would it be necessary a port?
     
  8. Heran Bago

    Heran Bago Where do puyo come from?

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    Ok go ahead man. :)

    Have fun not reading the OP.

    Oh I see you beat me to it.
     
  9. junkerde

    junkerde Banned

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    an idea. these never get started. give up now, im telling you dude, save you time and will help you mature and not to post these pointless threads.
     
  10. Dann Woolf

    Dann Woolf Deadpan Snarker

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    Yeah, this guy wanted someone to make Paper Mario on the DS for him a while back. Then he begged for an N64 emulator on DS that could run Paper Mario and Zelda OoT.


    Since he has some sort of fixation on getting DS versions of 3DS games, I'm guessing his mummy won't buy him a 3DS and now he's kicking up a fuss about it.
     
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  11. absolalone111

    absolalone111 Chiptune Extraordinaire

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    Theres no nead to be harsh on him, i never met him, im sure he bugged you but thats a bit tight, also, there are a lot of people who want to ply 64 games on ds, i just play them on my 64 :P
     
  12. _Chaz_

    _Chaz_ GBAtemp's Official Mook™

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    If you think you can make a Super Mario platformer on the DS, do it. Hell, hack New Super Mario Bros and call is New Super Mario Land or something. Pretty broad range of things you could do.
     
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  13. iSubaru

    iSubaru Kitsune

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    The most fun part is that if Nintendo would port few games from N64 to DS it wouldn't be much problem, DS can run N64 games because they have similar shading abilities, so porting OoT to 3DS not to DS is like...silly...
     
  14. Janthran

    Janthran Solarian

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    No, because they want people to buy the 3DS.
     
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  15. iSubaru

    iSubaru Kitsune

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    If they want make people buy 3DS with game that could run on DS then congratulations and Merry Christmas...
    It's like porting Super Mario Bros from NES to 3DS to make people buy 3DS, good luck
     
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