Ultimate NES Remix (3DS) Review

Ultimate NES Remix Nintendo 3DS boxart

I had heard of Ultimate NES Remix shortly after learning of the WiiU counterpart NES Remix Pack. They’re both about the same, except I hear the WiiU version has more games they based missions off of. I should have opted for the WiiU version but I got the 3DS one instead.

Boo ghosts vs Kirby Ultimate NES Remix Nintendo 3DS

The game is essientially many of Nintendo’s classic NES games from Mario, Zelda, Kirby, Metroid, Punchout, and many more turned into little mini-games. Think something like Video Game Achievements meet WarioWare. Every game has it’s own missions which play exactly like the real NES version. Some of them can be like collecting coins, getting through a stage without getting damage, and defeating the final boss.

Mario donkey Kong Ultimate NES Remix Nintendo 3DS

Then you have the Remix stages which can be original stages never seen in the original NES title. Or they can be harder like Donkey Kong with limited light, or Super Mario Bros with levels on icy ground. Then you have ones where you see two games cross each other. Like Luigi saving Mario from Donkey Kong, Boo ghosts in Kirby, and Link in Super Mario Bros. The game also features a whole game of Super Mario Bros. but with everything (including Mario) moving much faster than normal.

Zelda 2 adventure of link Ultimate NES Remix Nintendo 3DS

Overall I was pleased and disappointed with Ultimate NES Remix. It has a lot of content, and many challenges, but some of the missions are either too easy or too difficult. There also wasn’t enough of the Remix stages which I loved. It’s a good idea for game and I would like to see sequels especially with stuff from other retro consoles, but it had more potential than what it was.

Score: B

Published by Adam (Neko Random)

Nerdy guy who loves video games, movies, history, tv, and trivia.

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