New Super Mario Bros. Wii U’s gameplay might look familiar on the outside, all with crisper looking graphics. However, there are plenty of new things to look forward to when on the new adventure to save Princess Toadstool. This game is already going to hold a number of modes to keep players interested in the new Mario side-scroller much longer after launch.
It’s not easy to lose love for Mario games, especially when what they’ll look like in the near future. Nintendo has (again) pulled us into their newest Mario game, New Super Mario Bros. Wii U from the visuals alone. What’s even better is that we won’t even have to leave the comfort of our own homes to buy it. New Super Mario Bros. Wii U will be fully available for purchase and download via the online Wii U Store.
Nintendo has delivered the second Mario game in under a year to the 3DS, bringing an unquenchable thirst for gold coins and co-op along for the ride. New Super Mario Bros. Wii had a love-it-or-hate-it co-op mode - will New Super Mario Bros. 2 deliver the goods, or will it fall into a pit of frustration?
It was Nintendo’s promise to consumers that fresh, downloadable Coin Rush mode courses for New Super Mario Bros. 2 would be ready for release right up until the launch. However, nothing new in the matter has been announced and players becoming concerned that they won’t be arriving at all. Luckily, we have some reassurance from Nintendo to be patient, for the courses will be arriving shortly.
The New Super Mario Bros. 2 game is now out in stores, along with Nintendo’s official New Super Mario Bros. 2 website to promote its flagship title’s new features. Co-op mode, like in the other New Super Mario Bros. titles, is highly encouraged to players and we couldn’t agree more.
New Super Mario Bros. 2 for 3DS is less than two months from release, which means it should be pretty much done development-wise. In certainly looks that way, judging from the huge batch of screenshots Nintendo released this week. We've chosen our favorites to share with you now, including lots of shots with Mario's co-op partner Luigi tagging along. You can tell the green guy's loving the modern cooperative gaming renaissance.
Premium downloadable content or PDLC is a highly contentious issue amongst gamers.on the one hand you have people who see DLC for a game and either choose to buy it or not buy it. Then there are folks to whom the simple mention of optional downloadable content is like being forced to eat a bag full of black licorice while watching Adam Sandler's Jack and Jill. Pure horror! Yet PDLC is here to stay, as evidenced by stodgy old Nintendo finally embracing it. That's right, New Super Mario Bros. 2 on 3DS will have microtransactions.
Start saving up your money, gamers! The first handheld update in the 3DS line, the “3DS XL” is set for release in North America late this summer, just before the launch of the Nintendo Wii U.
Just when I thought I was done writing about co-op in Nintendo's games, they go ahead and have a second (third? I've lost track) E3 conference about the 3DS, and we've now learned that New Super Mario Bros. 2 for the 3DS will support two player co-op throughout its campaign, similar to its bigger brothers on the Wii and WiiU.
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