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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 888d ago | review

New Super Mario Bros. U: A whole new World | SnackBarGames Review

SnackBarGames write:

Is it possible to iterate too often? It certainly is, but this is the question I asked myself several times when playing New Super Mario Bros. U, the fourth entry in Nintendo’s successful New Super Mario Bros. franchise. To call it a different franchise entirely might be a stretch, but the entire series has had such a specific feel that combines the 2D Mario games of old with some very interesting ideas that are new to those games. This is another one of those, although it is most reminiscent of what I consider the best game in the series, making it a step up from what you might normally expect. (New Super Mario Bros. U, Wii U) 4/5

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