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Submitted by -Mezzo- 499d ago | review

MTB - New Super Mario Bros U Review

MTB - Since his inception, Mario has held an absurd amount of jobs; filling in part-time at just about any event that Nintendo has going down. If they need a referee, a demolition worker, or someone to teach basic typing, Mario is right there working his fingers to the bone. As he’s gotten older he’s been taking on fewer jobs, and lately he’s had his hands full with just one task: recycling. Levels, music, enemies, you name it, and he’ll recycle it. Need proof that he’s good at his job? Just run down to your local game store and pick up New Super Mario Bros U. (New Super Mario Bros. U, Wii U) 3.4/5

t0mmyb0y  +   499d ago
It's great classic Mario fun.

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