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SMB3 was my first game ever, and it's still my favorite of the Mario series.



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Ooooh, that really is a tough one. They are both excellent masterpieces; they both had the Koopalings and an epic Bowser final fight; of course, they both had epic gameplay and replay value.
But I'm going to have to go with SMW, just because I did enjoy it more.

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For better controls and Yoshi.



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SMB3 36
SMW 33

Both games are up there in my favorite games of all time, but I honestly had more fun with SMW.



Wait.... how are we going to decide the winner?

Whoever gets to 50 first or something?



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Super Mario World - 33

SMB3 was a HUGE step on the NES, it is awesome.



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c03n3nj0 said:

Wait.... how are we going to decide the winner?

Whoever gets to 50 first or something?

Maybe, or we could just declare a winner when SMW has more votes.



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