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Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars (1996)

Just as Mario trounces Bowser for the millionth time, a giant, malevolent sword crashes into Bowser's keep, casting Mario, Princess Toadstool and Bowser far and wide, and breaking seven pieces from the wish-granting Star Road.
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One day, Mario was rescuing Princess Toadstool from King Koopa. Suddenly, Bowser's Keep was shaken by a giant sword. With the Star Road shattered and the wishes of the Mushroom Kingdom unfulfilled, Mario and his friends must race against time, battling the metallic warriors of the Smithy Gang. Written by J. Hoffman

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mario | bowser | star | sword | princess | See All (90) »

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An incredible new adventure where mystery and mayhem rule. See more »


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K-A | See all certifications »

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13 May 1996 (USA)  »

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Super Mario RPG  »

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Trivia

Culex, the boss behind the sealed door in Monstro Town, is said by many to be a character from Final Fantasy IV (II in America). The music in the background during his sequences is also from the Final Fantasy games. With the advent of Final Fantasy II in America, we have learned what most new all along: that was a load of bull. However Culex was indeed meant to share some traits with Final Fantasy final bosses in general. Furthermore, Culex fights with four crystals, which was a major plot point in Final Fantasy IV. See more »

Goofs

When the enemy called "Formless" is hit by a special technique and becomes a visible enemy, the dialogue box calls him "Mokuka." But the enemy information box in the fight calls him "Mokura." See more »

Quotes

Axem Yellow: Yo, Red!
Axem Red: What?
Axem Yellow: I'm hungry!
Axem Red: Bite your tongue!
Axem Pink: Yo, Red!
Axem Red: What?
Axem Pink: My makeup is running!
Axem Red: Use a different brand!
Axem Green: Yo, Red!
Axem Red: What?
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Crazy Credits

During the credits we see that the Mushroom Kingdom is celebrating the defeat of Smithy by holding a parade. As Luigi leads the parade (yes, Luigi makes a cameo in this game), we see humorous scenes that involve Bowser and his minions fixing the castle, Booster with his new wife Valentina and her henchman Dodo, Johnathan Jones and his crew on his ship, prince Mallow with his real parents, and finally Mario and Peach together. The sky turns dark and the Mushroom people's costumes glow a la Disneyland electrical parade and it shows the Mushroom castle (resembling "Sleeping Beauty castle") and ends with fireworks (another Disneyland reference). How many fireworks you bought in Mole village determines which firework is shown. The whole thing ends when Geno returns to his home in the stars, while the music from the original "Super Mario Bros" game plays. See more »

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Spoofs Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (1993) See more »

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Woah, stunning...wait... GENIUS!
18 March 2002 | by (Somewhere in another Dimension) – See all my reviews

Great game! Kept me going for a looooooooong time. I can't wait until they make it into a GBA version! This is Mario's best adventure, namingly because it is: A) An RPG B) You can play as new characters (I.E: Bowser, Mallow, ect.) and C) Great Story and Humour. Good length and mystery. 11/10


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