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Submitted by mathsman 373d ago | preview

Hands-On Preview: Super Mario 3D World - Electronic Theatre

The Wii U has been inundated with videogames featuring Mario since launch. It seems as though every third title from Nintendo features the portly plumber in some way, but then when their core audience gobbles them up each and every time who can blame them? Furthermore, Nintendo have never been known to rest on their laurels, so while New Super Mario Bros. U and Nintendo Land may well be doing the numbers after a cost-effective development, it’s Super Mario 3D World that’s going to prove that our aging protagonist has still got what it takes to innovate. (Super Mario 3D World, Wii U)

Metallox  +   373d ago
"The Wii U has been inundated with videogames featuring Mario since launch". The only Wii U games featuring Mario are New Super Mario Bros. U, Mario & Sonic at The Olympic Winter Games and just maybe New Super Luigi U (because Mario doesn't appear). I wouldn't call that an inundation.

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