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Mario is Missing is known as the holy grail of bad video games. Let's see how it lives up, or rather down, in my Mario is Missing review!

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I've completed a lot of bad video games in my day, but I have to say this has got to be one of the most tedious ones I've ever played. Now Nintendo did not make this game. From the creators of Mavis Beacon comes Mario is Missing, the first Mario game to feature Luigi as the main character. Bowser has used portals to cross over into our world and steal pieces of famous landmarks to ransom off so he can melt the icecaps and flood the world, oh and Mario falls through a hole. In order to stop him we have to become a literal tourist as this game "teaches" us trivia about landmarks and cities all around the world. It's even got a real world map but with a Super Mario styled overworld. Now I'm gonna complete this as a real tourist. No phones, no outside help, no Google. If I die in a foreign country, I want you to know that I love you.

Let me know what you thought about my Mario is Missing review? got anymore really bad video games I should tackle?

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