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Submitted by LightSamus 1030d ago | review

New Super Mario Bros. 2 | Daily Joypad

DJP's Scott:

"It’s been almost three years since the last entry in Mario’s New Super Mario Bros. sub-series, which was the Wii iteration, but the wait is finally over for fans of the portly plumber’s side-scrolling adventures this month as New Super Mario Bros. 2 makes its merry way to the 3DS. This one promises to be a little bit different from the previous games however, as the main objective this time around isn’t just to rescue Princess Peach from the clutches of serial-kidnapper Bowser; it’s also to collect as many golden coins as possible. The big question is though, has Nintendo done enough to freshen up the New Super Mario Bros. formula, or does it just feel like a rehash of the original DS and Wii games?" (3DS, New Super Mario Bros. 2) 4/5

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