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Submitted by IanBear 574d ago | review

PlayDevil: New Super Mario Bros U Review

Is this the best 'New' Super Mario Bros yet?

Here is a snippet:

"The slight downside to all these new elements is something I have been noticing increasingly more in Mario titles, which is that while they are introduced at the start of the game they tend to not populate later levels. This means to use these fun new abilities, regular trips must be made around the map to collect them. It maybe a small complaint but it proves an increasing annoyance in later levels as you continually find yourself backtracking." (New Super Mario Bros. U, Wii U) 85/100

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