While both teams are in New York City, The New York Yankees are in the Bronx while the Mets are located in Queens.
The Super Mario series is a long and mostly good list. But which ones were my favorites?
10. Super Mario Kart series.
Since the series is a spinoff, I’m listing them all together in one. With the good ones and bad ones averaging themselves out, I’m putting them together at number 10. My personal favorite Mario Kart was Mario Kart DS.
9. Super Mario Bros. 1
Super Mario Bros. kind of started it all and the first NES adventure is one of the series’ best. With such limited technology, the level design is so superb.
#8: Super Mario Oydssey
Super Mario Oydssey is the last big Mario title and while the weakest of the big 3D games, still so very fun to play. What hurt Odyssey the most was its short run time.
#7: New Super Mario Bros. Wii
I always liked but never loved the New Super Bros. series except for this Wii game. It was so brilliantly designed.
#6: Super Mario Galaxy
Super Mario Galaxy didn’t have as many “memorable” moments like some later games but it was a lot of fun with plenty of things to see and do.
#5: Super Mario 64
While Super Mario 64 was the first, it wasn’t the best 3D Mario. But it was absolutely fun. I really enjoyed the DS remake as well.
#4 Super Mario World
Super Mario World might not be the best 2D Mario but it was excellent. I just hated some of the special exits in the later worlds.
#3: Super Mario Sunshine
Super Mario Sunshine might not be everyone’s favorite but I loved every moment of the game. I loved the FLUDD.
#2: Yoshi’s Island
One of my favorite games ever is Yoshi’s Island. So if you don’t consider it a true Mario game, I do understand. But I think it’s better than the vast majority of games.
#1: Super Mario Bros. 3
Super Mario Bros. 3 is one of the finest games ever made, peroid. While it lacked Yoshi since the NES couldn’t power our green dinosaur friend, it was no less awesome.
The capital of Brazil, Brasilia was made to look like a bird or an airplane when viewing the city from a high elevation.
During the 16th century after the end of Norwegian rule in Greenland, Portugal claimed the island in the name of King Manuel I of Portugal. This “rule” was short and brief.
The English word quarantine comes from the Venetian word quarantena, meaning “forty days.” It was referring to the period all ships were to be isolated during the Black Plague epidemic.