Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars
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Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars

Action | Adventure | Comedy | Drama
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Chihiro Fujioka
Country: Japan
Release Date: 1996-05-13
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Though this game is almost never referenced in other Mario titles, there are a few references. For instance, a Geno doll appears in the Mario and Luigi RPG series, and Bowser sarcastically calls Mario "friend" in Super Mario 64, since they teamed up in this game.
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The Nimbus Land Royal Bus was called Jugem's Bus in the original Japanese game, hence the initials JB on the side (this is a reference to the Jugem's Cloud item from Super Mario Bros. 3 on the NES.)
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The game was in production around the same era as Super Mario 64. Despite the two games being and looking radically different, it is not uncommon for people to confuse the two.
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When the enemy called "Heavy Troopa" is preparing to do his big attack, the text at the top of the screen reads "Heavy Troopa's ready to launch." Later, a pallet-swapped version called Tub-O-Troopa appears, yet this same message is used, erroneously calling the enemy Heavy Troopa.
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When you arrive at Bowser's Keep via the Cloud Bus, a group of people can be seen on Vista Hill, celebrating your getting into the keep. But if you visit Vista Hill on the map again, they are gone.
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You fight Yaridovich, on the main map screen, on what appears to be a small coastal beach area at midday. But the actual fight takes place on a cliffside, at sunset.
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