Argumentative Essay: The Mario Series Of Video Games

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When playing a video game I look for if it’s a series is the game better and more exciting than the last time I played, any new features, and does it make me keep playing and complete the whole game. Don't you ever wish that an old game can come back as new? That's what I wish for when playing the Mario Series. These series of games change by only making the animation better and better power-ups as the levels get more powerful themselves.The Mario series is a long-running video game series published by the popular gaming company, Nintendo. The Mario series has been running for more than a quarter of a century, and in its lifespan has released more than two hundred video games. This series of games also holds the title of best-selling video…show more content…
Bowser has shown signs of affection towards Princess Peach over the years; so despite the fact that he is a villain, he has never put her in any mortal danger. Rather, he has consistently attempted to put an end to Mario, Luigi and Yoshi. Bowser has appeared in almost every game in the Mario series; however, he has never once appeared as a playable character in the Mario Party series. Except this new Mario Party in which you can control him, not play as him. The Mario series has contained many different genres of games, from platforms to role-playing games, and from puzzle games to party games. The most popular games in the series are a part of what is known as the main series, or the Super Mario series, which consists of 2D and 3D platforms. Even though several games are released, not all of them are available in all countries or on all platforms. Some are only available on certain platforms in certain countries as well. The Mario series has been released on a large array of systems, including home consoles, handheld game systems, and even personal and Macintosh computers. Originally starting the Mario series has gone through many graphical changes throughout the

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