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Submitted by -Mezzo- 1216d ago | article

Still Playing: New Super Mario Bros 2

EDGE - Super Mario games have always been filled with coins – but they’ve never truly revolved around coins before. The cash that litters the plumber’s colourful fantasies is handy for health-regeneration and vital for path-finding, yet it’s generally just one mechanic amongst many. In New Super Mario Bros 2 that’s all changed: this is a game about gold, and a game about coin collecting. It makes for a strange first impression, in this respect. (New Super Mario Bros. 2, Nintendo DS)

NastyLeftHook0  +   1216d ago
love my 3ds ;)
Blastoise  +   1216d ago
You should buy Pokemon White 2, ironically a DS game has given me reason to play my 3DS again :P
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NastyLeftHook0  +   1216d ago
i plan too! that and assassins creed liberation ps vita.

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