The answer is Super Mario Bros 3.
We start with the iconic cover of Super Mario Bros 3. The best box art of all time? It’s a tough question, but it’s up there. Nostalgia is strong with this one.
The answer is Diddy Kong Racing.
Yes, it’s Tiptup running away from villain Wizpig’s Force flash on the cover of Rare’s Diddy Kong Racing for N64.
The answer is The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
We would recognize this pictorial style at a mile and a half! North American and Japanese covers are different, but the art of the EU for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild presents Link looking over his shoulder at a bluish landscape.
The answer is Wave Race: Blue Storm.
The cover of Wave Race: Blue Storm makes us wish that the last Wave Race game did not date from three generations of consoles.
The answer is The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks.
Driving the Link train is a bit of a gift that it comes from Spirit tracks, the second main Zelda game for the DS.
The answer is Banjo-Kazooie.
Yes, it’s Snack the Shark in the water under Gruntilda’s warty green thumb. Banjo-Kazooie.
The answer is Tennis.
Delicate! Mario sat down as a referee on Tennis for the Game Boy. A simple, but good little game.
The answer is Mario Kart: Double Dash !!.
With his boy Diddy riding with him, here’s Donkey Kong from Mario Kart: Double Dash !!.
Donkey Kong Race was a canceled GameCube follow-up to Diddy Kong Racing.
The answer is Animal Crossing: Wild World.
If they didn’t recognize the cover right away, fans of the show might have spotted Harriet and remembered that she made her debut in Wild world on DS.
The answer is F-Zero GX.
Another tricky one. If you didn’t know this was the classic GameCube F-Zero GX, at least you knew it was an F-Zero, right? Law?
The answer is Elite combat agents.
We miss the action of the smooth rhythm game and the infectious tunes of the DS classic Elite combat agents. It’s high time the Agents returned to a Nintendo handheld – maybe the one that “changes” in some way …
The answer is The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds.
The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds was a throwback to the same Hyrule from the SNES classic A link to the past. Fortunately, the 3DS game turned out to be quite a brilliant entry into the series.
The answer is Super Mario 64 DS.
From redone Super Mario 64 DS (on the DS, as you probably guessed from the title), you couldn’t play as Luigi, Wario, or Yoshi in the original. We wonder if they’ll be playable if the 35th Anniversary remaster rumors turn out to be true?
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