Super Smash Bros. (N64): Owned on the Wii VC. The first game in the Smash Bros. series is fun and entertaining, with 12 characters and 9 stages. I enjoy the 1P Game.
Super Smash Bros. Melee (GCN): Owned. A very fun and technical game, with many complex techniques.
Super Smash Bros. Brawl (Wii): Owned. A great fighting game loaded with characters and stages. I cleared Subspace and like its purpose. It’s the game that made me realize how much I love the Smash series.
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS (3DS): Owned. A risky game, considering Smash's home-console prowess, but it turned out to be pretty amazing. The new modes are great, and I like most of the additions to the roster. And thank the lord that random tripping is gone.
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (Wii U): Owned. The home console part of Smash 4 is (no pun intended) a smash hit with many, myself included. It looks amazing, and the stages and extra modes add great depth. I love the variety of the controller options; the GameCube controller adapter is a savior for me.
Super Mario Strikers (GCN): Owned and beaten. A balanced game, no matter who you pick. Charge up powerful shots and gain items to use against your opponent. The 2-point Super Strikes captains can use make the game even more exciting.
Mario Strikers Charged (Wii): Owned. The sequel to the above game is much more advanced, with new stats and more sidekicks to choose from. Each sidekick now has a special Skill Shot, and captains now use Mega Strikes, which can score up to 6 points; the latter addition especially makes for interesting play.
New Super Mario Bros. (DS): Owned and beaten, with 2 of 3 stars earned. Mario's return to linear gaming is fun, and the controls are easy to learn.
New Super Mario Bros. Wii (Wii): Owned. The sequel to the above game, and another thrilling, linear Mario adventure.
Super Mario 64 (N64): Played, but not owned. The pioneering sandbox-style game in the Mario series. It introduces a great new game style with everybody's favorite plumber.
Super Mario 64 DS (DS): Owned, with about 80 stars. It's Super Mario 64, but with some different levels, more characters, and better graphics. And...wait, you have to unlock Mario to play as him?!?
Super Mario Galaxy (Wii): Owned. Another fun, innovative sandbox-style game.
Super Mario Galaxy 2 (Wii): Owned. I like the original Galaxy better, but says that this is another solid game with many fun elements (like Yoshi!)
Super Mario Kart (SNES): Owned on the Wii VC. The first game in the series, it paves the way for greatness. It's really odd with the GameCube controller, though, because you have to use the tiny B button to select in the menus and accelerate, and the A button is instead used for items.
Mario Kart 64 (N64): Owned on the Wii VC. A thrilling ride with 16 great tracks and 8 characters, and a great second game in a well-loved series. It set a high standard for later Mario Kart entries.
Mario Kart: Super Circuit (GBA): Owned on an emulator. Another cool game in the series with some very recognizable tracks, and in my opinion is underrated as a GBA title.
Mario Kart: Double Dash! (GCN): Owned. My first game ever. A unique game in the series, being the only one with two to a kart and including Special Items for nearly every playable character. Co-op mode especially is a blast.
Mario Kart DS (DS): Owned. Only character left to unlock is R.O.B. I feel that there is a lack of characters, but the multitude of tracks makes up for it. Mario Kart DS is the first game in the series with retro tracks and 32 tracks in total.
Mario Kart Wii (Wii): Owned. Another AMAZING Mario Kart game with lots of tracks, battle stadiums, and characters. I love this game because of that and the introduction of bikes into the series, along with the inclusion of super-turbos and wheelies. I also downloaded CTGP Revolution, which adds over 200 custom tracks.
Mario Kart 7 (3DS): Owned. This game is another thrilling addition to the series, with the addition of gliders and driving under water. The retro tracks they brought back are good, and the new tracks also have great design.
Mario Kart 8 (Wii U): Owned. This game takes everything great about the past Mario Kart games and puts it all together into one beautiful masterpiece. The graphics, music, and track designs are all absolutely STUNNING, and the DLC packs don't fail to disappoint...except that they brought back SNES Rainbow Road again.
Mario Superstar Baseball (GCN): Owned and beaten. The first Mario Baseball game. A fun baseball game with familiar characters.
Mario Super Sluggers (Wii): Owned and completely beaten. The sequel to Mario Superstar Baseball, with even more characters, new parks, and a great, updated Challenge Mode. Plus, who can forget Toy Field?
Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (Paper Mario 2) (GCN): Owned. A fun game with cool friends, enemies, bosses, and sidekicks. Character interactions are great.
Pokémon SoulSilver (DS): Owned and beaten (Johto). A fun remake of a Generation II game with tons of trainers and Pokémon to battle, and many interesting places to see and explore.
F-Zero X (N64): Owned on the Wii VC. A high-speed game whose gameplay makes up for its underdeveloped graphics. It’s crazy with friends.
Games I Plan to Own in the Future:
Super Mario Maker (Wii U) - Pre-ordered and will come to me on its release date, September 11.
Star Fox Zero (Wii U) - Not pre-ordered because of the time of year in which it is released. I may ask for it as a holiday present.