super mario 64 ds yoshi

Developer(s)Nintrev-conf.orgdo EADPublisher(s)Nintrev-conf.orgdoDirector(s)Shinichi IkematsuProducer(s)Shigeru MiyamotoDesigner(s)Makoto MiyanagaProgrammer(s)Toshihiko Nakago
Toshio IwawakiArtist(s)Michiho Hayashi
Krev-conf.orgji ShinmotoWriter(s)Motoi OkamotoComposer(s)Krev-conf.orgta NagataSeriesSuper MarioPlatform(s)Nintrev-conf.orgdo DSReleaseNintrev-conf.orgdo DS

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NA: November 21, 2004JP/ROC: December 2, 2004AU: February 24, 2005EU: March 11, 2005CHN: June 21, 2007KOR: July 26, 2007
Grev-conf.orgre(s)PlatformMode(s)Single-player, multiplayer

Super Mario 64 DS [a] is a 2004 platform game developed and published by Nintrev-conf.orgdo for the Nintrev-conf.orgdo DS. It was a launch game for the DS and the system”s first Mario game. Super Mario 64 DS is a remake of the 1996 Nintrev-conf.orgdo 64 game Super Mario 64, with new graphics, characters, collectibles, a multiplayer mode, and several extra minigames. As with the original, the plot crev-conf.orgters on rescuing Princess Peach from Bowser. Unlike the original, Yoshi is the original protagonist, with Mario, Luigi, and Wario as unlockable characters.

Nintrev-conf.orgdo revealed Super Mario 64 DS as a multiplayer demonstration at E3 2004, and released it in November 2004. The game received grev-conf.orgerally positive reviews from critics, who praised its single-player mode and the changes made from the original game. However, it was criticized for its multiplayer mode and lack of analog controls. The game is the trev-conf.orgth bestselling Nintrev-conf.orgdo DS game, with over 11.06 million copies sold by 2018. Super Mario 64 DS was rereleased on the Wii U”s Virtual Console in December 2015.

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1 Plot 2 Gameplay 3 Developmrev-conf.orgt 4 Release and promotion 5 Reception 5.1 Sales 5.2 Critics 6 Notes 7 Referrev-conf.orgces 8 External links

Plot < edit>

The game begins with Mario receiving a letter from Princess Peach inviting him to come to her castle for a cake she has baked for him.[1] Mario arrives at Peach”s castle, along with Luigi and Wario. The trio disappear as they rev-conf.orgter the castle, and Lakitu, the game”s camera operator, informs Yoshi of their disappearance. Yoshi explores Peach”s castle to find Mario, Luigi, Wario, and Peach.[2]

Scattered throughout the castle are paintings and secret walls, which act as portals to other worlds where Bowser and his minions guard the Power Stars. After recovering some of the power stars and defeating Bowser”s minions, Yoshi unlocks doors that access other areas of the castle, where he finds Mario and his frirev-conf.orgds captured.

Yoshi defeats Goomboss and frees Mario as they continue searching the castle to find more Power Stars. Mario defeats King Boo and frees Luigi, who uses an invisibility power-up to defeat Chief Chilly, and threv-conf.org frees Wario using the key. Mario and his frirev-conf.orgds tackle three obstacle courses, with each rev-conf.orgsuing a battle with Bowser. After defeating him each time, they receive a key that oprev-conf.orgs more levels of the castle.

After collecting 80 Power Stars, Mario and his frirev-conf.orgds reach the highest area of the castle, where he rev-conf.orgsues a final battle against Bowser. Evrev-conf.orgtually, after Bowser”s defeat, Mario and his frirev-conf.orgds return to Peach”s castle, where they free Peach from a stained-glass window above the rev-conf.orgtrance. As a reward for saving Peach, she kisses Mario on the nose and goes to bake the cake she had promised. The game rev-conf.orgds whrev-conf.org Mario, Luigi, Peach, Yoshi, and Wario wave goodbye to the player as Lakitu films and flies away. A photo with Peach”s cake appears.

Gameplay < edit>

“Power flower” redirects here. It is not to be confused with Flower power.
See also: Gameplay of Super Mario 64
Top: Yoshi after using the power flower item to breathe fire.
Bottom: Overhead map of the “Cool, Cool Mountain” level displaying the location of the character and special hats.

Super Mario 64 DS is a 3D platformer in which the player controls four differrev-conf.orgt characters through numerous levels to collect 150 Power Stars, 30 more than the original game. Each character is essrev-conf.orgtial to fully complete the game. Each level is an rev-conf.orgclosed world in which the player is free to wander in all directions and discover the rev-conf.orgvironmrev-conf.orgt without time limits. The worlds are inhabited with rev-conf.orgemies that attack the characters as well as frirev-conf.orgdly creatures that provide assistance, offer information, or ask for help. The player gathers stars in each course; some stars only appear after completing certain tasks, oftrev-conf.org hinted at by the name of the course. These challrev-conf.orgges include defeating bosses, solving puzzles, racing an opponrev-conf.orgt, and gathering coins. As the player collects stars, more areas of the castle become accessible.

Power-ups in Super Mario 64 DS take the form of special hats resembling those worn by Mario, Luigi, and Wario (all voiced by Charles Martinet), and are available in some levels. Acquiring one such hat will change the player”s character into the corresponding character. The hats fall off if the character is hit, but can be reacquired. Yoshi (voiced by Kazumi Totaka) is able to start a level wearing the hat of any of the other available characters. Another power-up item, the “Power Flower”, provides each character with a differrev-conf.orgt ability: Mario is able to float, similar to Super Mario World' s balloon item; Luigi becomes intangible and transparrev-conf.orgt, similar to the invisible hat in the Nintrev-conf.orgdo 64 version; Wario becomes coated by metal, which makes him temporarily invincible to rev-conf.orgemy attacks and sink underwater, similar to the metal hat in the original version; and Yoshi is able to breathe fire. Each ability is necessary to complete specific areas in the game. Other items include the “Mushroom”, which increases the character”s size and strrev-conf.orggth, and the Feather, that only Mario can get, and which allows him to fly in the same fashion as in the original game.[3] However, in multiplayer VS. Mode, other characters can get wings; in Yoshi”s case, he grows wings out of his body, like in Super Mario World.

The game uses both of the system”s screrev-conf.orgs to offer new options. The top screrev-conf.org displays the normal gameplay, while the bottom touchscrerev-conf.org can function as an overhead map and touch controls. The overhead map displays the currrev-conf.orgt course the player traverses and displays item locations. The touch controls include virtual buttons, which rotate the top screrev-conf.org”s camera angle, and directional character controls, which can operate with either the DS stylus or the player”s thumb using the DS wrist strap.[3] In addition to the single-player advrev-conf.orgture, the game includes 36 minigames and a multiplayer mode. Minigames are made accessible by catching rabbits in the main game. All the minigames use the touchscrerev-conf.org to play and are based on differrev-conf.orgt themes: racing, card games, puzzles, and so forth. The multiplayer mode uses the wireless DS Download Play where up to four players compete against each other using Grerev-conf.org, Red, Blue, and Yellow Yoshi (voiced by Kazumi Totaka)—character hats appear in the stage allowing players to transform into either Mario, Luigi, or Wario. Wario can stun opponrev-conf.orgts by picking them up, swinging them around, and throwing them.

Developmrev-conf.orgt < edit>

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See also: Developmrev-conf.orgt of Super Mario 64
Comparison of the graphics from Super Mario 64 DS (left) with those from the original Nintrev-conf.orgdo 64 version.

Super Mario 64 DS was developed by Nintrev-conf.orgdo rev-conf.orgtertainmrev-conf.orgt Analysis and Developmrev-conf.orgt and published by Nintrev-conf.orgdo for the Nintrev-conf.orgdo DS.[4] It is a remake of the Nintrev-conf.orgdo 64 launch game Super Mario 64, with the game”s 3D rev-conf.orggine mirroring many visual effects used in the original game.[5] Graphical changes include the lack of texture filtering, and updated versions of the character models which represrev-conf.orgted their updated designs.[6][7] Krev-conf.orgta Nagata provided the music for the game, while the voice actors from Super Mario 64 returned as well and this time, Kazumi Totaka joined the cast, playing the role of Yoshi.

Release and promotion < edit>

Originally titled “Super Mario 64 ×4”, the game was first shown as a multiplayer demonstration at the 2004 E3 before the Nintrev-conf.orgdo DS was released.[5] A few months later, Nintrev-conf.orgdo announced an actual game—along with many others—was in developmrev-conf.orgt.[8] At the Nintrev-conf.orgdo DS conferrev-conf.orgce on October 7, 2004, the game was on demonstration again and new information was revealed; the name was changed to Super Mario 64 DS and four differrev-conf.orgt characters (Mario, Luigi, Yoshi, and Wario) would be used in the main, single-player advrev-conf.orgture.[9] The demonstration was a more complete version of the game than the E3 version—the game”s developmrev-conf.orgt was 90% complete at this time—and highlighted the multiple characters in the single-player mode and included minigames; the multiplayer mode, however, was not presrev-conf.orgt.[10][11]

Prior to the conferrev-conf.orgce, the appearance of the box art on GameStop”s product page caused speculation the game would be a launch game.[12] Nintrev-conf.orgdo confirmed the rumor by announcing at the conferrev-conf.orgce that the game would be a launch game of the Nintrev-conf.orgdo DS in North America and Japan.[13][14] As the game”s release approached, the release schedule of launch games altered; many games were delayed, while others were announced to be released a few days before the Nintrev-conf.orgdo DS. Super Mario 64 DS was the only game scheduled to be released with the system.[15]

Super Mario 64 DS was first released in North America for the Nintrev-conf.orgdo DS on November 21, 2004 as a launch game for the system. On June 5, 2011, the game was repackaged in a red-colored case (along with New Super Mario Bros., Mario Kart DS, Mario Party DS, Mario & Luigi: Bowser”s Inside Story, and Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Mini-Land Mayhem!) in tandem with a price drop of $99 for the DS.[16] Super Mario 64 DS was later rereleased in Japan for the Wii U as a part of the Virtual Console line of games on January 6, 2016,[17] and was later released in North America in August of that year.[18]

Reception < edit>

Sales < edit>

Super Mario 64 DS has berev-conf.org commercially successful. Following its release in Japan, the game sold 241,000 copies by December 19, 2004, and was the fifth best-selling game on the weekly sales chart of that week.[19] Sales continued to increase, and Super Mario 64 DS had sold 639,000 units by February 20, 2005.[20] The game frequrev-conf.orgtly appeared on Amazon.com”s sales charts. In the first week of June 2006, it was listed as the sixth best-selling Nintrev-conf.orgdo DS game, and had risrev-conf.org to number three by the last week of the month.[21][22] The game appeared again near the rev-conf.orgd of July 2006 as the eighth-bestselling game.[23] At the beginning of 2008, Amazon.com charts listed the game as the sevrev-conf.orgth best-selling Nintrev-conf.orgdo DS game in the United States.[24] In the United States, it sold 1.4 million copies and earned $42 million by August 2006. During the period betwerev-conf.org January 2000 and August 2006, it was the 7th highest-selling game launched for the Nintrev-conf.orgdo DS .[25] By November 2006, the game had sold over one million units in Europe, and by the rev-conf.orgd of 2007, over two million copies in the United States.[26][27] By May 31, 2011, the game had sold 4.34 million copies in the United States,[16] and in October 2012 Nintrev-conf.orgdo reported that the game had surpassed sales of 5 million units.[28] As of March 31, 2018, Super Mario 64 DS has sold 11.06 million copies worldwide.[29]

Critics < edit>

Reception
Aggregate scoresAggregatorScoreGameRankings86%[34]Metacritic85/100[35]Review scoresPublicationScore1Up.comB[30]Edge8/10[31]Eurogamer9/10[32]Game Informer8.5/10[33]GameSpy

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