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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 637d ago | review

New Super Mario Bros U Review | TGN

TGN writes:

"New Super Mario Bros U is the latest in the “new” Mario franchise and brings with it the first Mario game to ever be presented in high definition. New Super Mario Bros U is one of the premier Wii U launch titles and is another 2D side-scrolling adventure where you must once again save the Princess from Bowser. This time however Bowser merely traps the Princess in her castle instead of kidnapping the perennial damsel in distress. On your journey to save the Princess you will see familiar friends and foes and perhaps even a new trick or two. There are multiple “lands” to explore and some ghost houses that have more than one exit you will need to find if you want to experience everything the game has to offer. There is even a warp system utilizing pipes on the over world map in case you need to get somewhere quickly." (New Super Mario Bros. U, Wii U) 8.5/10

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