Based on the original game, Super Mario 64 (1996), shows the four gang, which Yoshi, Mario, Luigi and Wario searched for 150 stars to rescue Princess Peach.
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Cast overview:
Charles Martinet ...
Mario / Luigi / Wario (voice)
Leslie Swan ...
Princess Peach (voice)
Kazumi Totaka ...
Yoshi (voice)
Toad (voice)


Based on the original game, Super Mario 64 (1996), shows the four gang, which Yoshi, Mario, Luigi and Wario searched for 150 stars to rescue Princess Peach.

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21 November 2004 (USA)  »

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The only character apart from Mario who was in Super Mario 64, was Yoshi. When you collected all 120 stars in the original, a cannon opened up in the castle grounds, allowing you to shoot to the castle roof - and meet Yoshi. See more »


Toad: Wario, I found this cap in front of the castle a little while ago. I knew it was yours because of its distinctive... erm... aroma. Actually, it reeked pret-ty bad. I can't believe I touched it. You really should wash that thing more often. Anyways, here you go.
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References Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins (1992) See more »

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If you liked the original Nintendo 64 version, you will love this (Video Game)
1 February 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Super Mario 64 DS is a re-make of the original 1996 version. It was one of the most popular games out there. However, many people who remember it, haven't played it in years.

So, when you play it for the Nintendo DS, you will most likely enjoy the plumber's return. You will most likely have your fun because of all the familiar sights. But, instead of just playing the same thing, you will find some extras.

Mario's crew now has 3 more characters to play as: Yoshi, Luigi and Wario. Each one has different abilities and stats.

If that's not enough, there are now 50 more stars to collect, and mini-games too.

However, the Nintendo DS has no analog stick, and using the touch screen to move usually works if you are left-handed. But, that's a minor flaw if it doesn't keep you away from addiction.

The graphics and sound are superb too.

Good: More stars, characters and even mini-games. The graphics and sound may be as good as the original Super Mario 64.

Bad: To collect every star, you will find yourself re-playing the same levels over and over. The controls are sometimes hard to use, and a second analog stick would have helped a lot to make a camera. (I think it should have been released to Gamecube.) Plus, it's not an original game. (It's a re-make.)

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