Talk:Super Mario Advance (series)

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When you search the name of one of the games in this series, it redirects to the original game article. Shouldn't it redirect here? Since the infoboxes are in this article, it probably should. Ruby Star TTYD.png CrystalYoshi Yoshi Egg Sprite.png

Done. Glitchmansig.PNG Glitchman (talk · contribs) Glitchmansig.PNG

Shouldn't the release dates be included? Ruby Star TTYD.png CrystalYoshi Yoshi Egg Sprite.png 17:56, 21 June 2008 (EDT)

I think I found a discovery about Birdo's Ribbon.
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The Secret Levels are the same.[edit]

I played both of them and I seen no difference in the Level Design. They might of seen the Extra Stages and thought of it.
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Please provide some sort of proof. Until then, the information should stay the same. — Stooben Rooben 19:49, 11 November 2008 (EST)

I played both games and they might of thought the stages was changed because the order was changed with the GBA Exclusive stages then the 800 Bonus Stages.
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That doesn't give us any solid proof though. Try taking/looking for pictures, or find a link to another web page. That will constitute as valid proof. Also, please sign your comments with ~~~~. — Stooben Rooben 19:59, 11 November 2008 (EST)

Separate Articles[edit]

Why are all four games on this one article? Hello, I'm Time Turner.

I agree with you all of them should have their own articles.--Mateo (Talk · Contributions) 10:31, 17 January 2010 (EST)
They used to, but a proposal passed to merge them. Time Questions 17:00, 17 January 2010 (EST)
Super Mario Advance, 3 and 4 all have their own articles. So, Super Mario Advance 2 should.

Release Dates[edit]

As all the games now have seperate articles again with their own infoboxes, should the Game Boy Advance release dates be removed from the articles on the games they are remakes of? Those never seemed to make much sense to me either way, as "Super Mario Bros. 2" was never released on the GBA, only Super Mario Advance, etc.--vellidragon 10:20, 1 June 2010 (EDT)

You're right, which is why, in the current set-up, the infoboxes in the SMA sections on the originals' pages are the ones with the GBA dates, while the overall pages' infoboxes don't have them. - Walkazo 18:04, 15 August 2011 (EDT)

Sales Speak[edit]

i'm Paper Mario Kart and this is my first ever Sales Speak for a series. The best selling game in this is the first with 5.49 million. See my other Sales Speak!
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More information[edit]

Super Mario Advance (3 and 2) need more information in the summary.