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While superficially very similar to the original Super Mario Bros., the game features original new levels and has a screen-by-screen scrolling mechanism. The latter is implemented more smoothly in the X1 version, which features Zelda-style scrolling, where the screen visually slides to the next lock point (with some overlap between screens), whereas the PC-8801 version simply turns black for a moment while loading the next screen.




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LOS ANGELES - (May 18, 2006) - GameTap, the first-of-its-kind broadband entertainment network from Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. (TBS, Inc.) today announced the winners of its first annual "E3 2006 GameTap Picks" awards. While scouring the vast Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) show floor at the Los Angeles Convention Center from May 10th - May 12th, GameTap created its nominee list. And now, after careful deliberation, GameTap editors have selected the best of the best in 20 categories. And the winners areBest Adventure Game: Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (GC/Wii) - Nintendo/NintendoBest Action Game: Assassin's Creed (PS3) - Ubisoft/Ubisoft MontrealBest Platform Game: Super Mario Galaxy (Wii) - Nintendo/NintendoBest Shooter: Prey (Xbox 360/PC) - 2K Games/3D Realms - Human HeadBest Fighting Game: Yakuza (PS2) - SEGA/Amusement VisionBest Strategy Game: Warhammer Mark of Chaos (PC) - Namco Bandai/Black Hole Entertainment - Cinegi ProductionsBest Simulation Game: Spore (PC) - EA/MaxisBest Puzzle Game: Capcom Puzzle World (PSP) - Capcom/CapcomBest Role-Playing Game: TIE! Justice League Heroes (multiplatform) - Warner Bros. International/Snowblind StudiosBest Role-Playing Game: TIE! Marvel Ultimate Alliance (multiplatform) - Activision/Raven SoftwareBest Racing Game: Full Auto 2: Battlelines (PS3) - SEGA/Pseudo InteractiveBest Sports Game: Wii Sports (Wii) - Nintendo/NintendoBest Kids/Family Game: LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy (multiplatform) - LucasArts/Traveler's TalesBest MMO: Huxley (Xbox 360/PC) - Webzen/WebzenBest Portable: New Super Mario Bros. (DS) - Nintendo/Nintendo Best Game We Want To Play NOW: Guitar Hero II (PS2) - RedOctane/HarmonixBest Overall: Spore (PC) - EA/MaxisBest Surprise: Wii controller - NintendoBest Announcement: Super Smash Bros. Brawl (Wii) - Nintendo/NintendoBest Booth: WebzenBest Swag: Slime keychain - Square Enix "We launched GameTap as a hub for the videogame lifestyle, and our GameTap TV area as the premier video-on-demand engine to serve that audience, so covering E3's hottest games was a natural fit," said Ricardo Sanchez, GameTap's vice president of content. "GameTap is the largest broadband entertainment site when it comes to on-demand games and videos, and as the leading destination for games after they leave the retail channel, we expect the best games of today to be on GameTap tomorrow." To view footage, screenshots and information about the award winning games, visit www.gametap.com to subscribe to the GameTap network. $9.95 allows all-you-can-play-and-watch access to GameTap's record-setting catalogue of more than 500 games and 300 videos. Go now to www.gametap.com and get your two week free trial.About GameTap GameTap delivers hundreds of the greatest games-on-demand plus original programming via a broadband-connected PC. To access GameTap, players securely download and install Turner-developed client software from www.gametap.com that acts as a gateway to the GameTap vault. Because games reside securely on the PC, not across a network, they act just as if they were still on the console or at the arcade. Fast response times, 3D effects, colors, and characters are all present and accounted for. New games and original programming will be added to the service each week. GameTap supports navigation and game play using keyboard and mouse, as well as most USB peripherals.About Turner Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. (TBS, Inc.), a Time Warner company, is a major producer of news and entertainment products around the world and the leading provider of programming for the basic cable industry.CONTACT: Chase/Beth Gardiner Access Communications for GameTap 415-844-6289/917-522-3522chase@accesspr.com/bgardiner@accesspr.com Misty Skedgell TBS, Inc. 404-885-4396misty.skedgell@turner.com


Want to skip the holiday shopping lines and avoid worrying about last-minute gift shipping? Digital game downloads might be your best bet, and right now, pretty much every major retailer in the space is offering crazy markdowns.


Up first, as usual, is PC download shop Steam, where the Winter Sale kicked off on Thursday with pretty much every markdown seen in the shop's Autumn Sale from just a month ago. There are also a few new offerings. The first one I noticed is a crazy discount on the PC version of Street Fighter V. You can get the game's base package, which launched earlier this year, for less than $20, while $47 gets you the "deluxe" edition, including the full normal game and all ten DLC characters (four of which are set to unlock in 2017). Considering the just-released "season two" DLC pass still costs $30, that's about as good a Street Fighter bargain as you should expect for a while.


Xbox Live and PlayStation Network each have digital download sales within their own portals, as well, with each offering limited-time discounts for daily and weekly specials. Right now, Xbox One owners can grab Xbox Play Anywhere games Forza Horizon 3, Gears of War 4, and Recore for big discounts. These versions work on Windows 10 PCs, as well, so that would be a reason to forgo a disc copy. FH3 and GoW4, in particular, run remarkably well on PCs. Meanwhile, PSN's best first-party sale at the moment is Bloodborne for PlayStation 4, down to an insanely low price of $8. (Or you can get its "complete," DLC-loaded edition for $20, down from $50.)


EA's Origin download shop has become a lot less of a pain in the butt in the past year, thanks to a smaller app footprint and a clean redesign. Its users can find huge discounts on the company's best PC games of the year. Spoiler alert: Both Titanfall 2 and Battlefield 1 are in our year-end list of 2016 gaming picks, and they're both better on PC, so if you're interested in one of them, now might be a good time. 041b061a72


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