New Super Mario Bros U with Super Luigi U
The Hardest Game Ever????
New super Mario Bros U
And New Super Luigi U!!!!
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Ounce again Nintendo has done it again with the hardest game for Mario and Luigi. I am going to talk about Mario first to save the best for the last!!!Well as you know Mario saves the Princesses like always. What is this chick doing to always get kidnaped is always on my mind when I hear she's kidnaped. I know we all think it. The return of the Flying Squiral Mario takes an action packed adventure. To save his girlfriend. You start the game being thrown by bowser with a claw machine robot hand and he throws you soo far witch the castle is not clearly visable in distance. I've went on about Mario now what you've been really waiting for Luigi ; )
I know he always shares things with his brother even this review the side kick. Gets his Big break this really must be the year of Luigi. Like Luigi Always saving his brothers butt he's saving either his brother or peach sorry I already beat the game so I'm not sure???Since I'm limited on time tommrow I will make sure to post more.See you hope you can enjoy
One of the best Wii U games hands down!
I got this game with my Wii U & have had a blast! The level designs ( ergo every single one) feels original & different from the rest of the levels in the series! Getting through the game was no cakewalk. The last boss fight was ( & I agree with The Quarter Guy on this) The best bowser fight in the series! I haven't beat New Super Luigi U yet but I'm halfway there. Even after beating the game there's a reason to go back! To unlock special star levels that are only unlocked after you find the 3 star coins in each level of each world. I totally recommend the Wii U deluxe bundle this game comes with! Come on buddies! Here we go!
Still not a masterpiece, but Luigi is cool
New Super Mario Bros. U and New Super Luigi U are a good starting-off point for players who want to buy a Wii U. Their tried and true platforming gameplay can be picked up easily by anybody, and the mild familiarity of their style can appeal to a wider gaming audience, in ways games like Mario Kart 8 or The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD, with their genre-oriented style, can’t be guaranteed to do. The graphics and aesthetic of the game are well crafted, and the music, while not being spectacular, creates enough atmosphere to get the job done. The amount of content packed in the games is nice, with the collection of Star Coins and the bonus Superstar Road world being feasible challenges for those seeking a post-story. New Super Luigi U, while not being a particularly good stand-alone title, works well as a “challenge mode” of sorts, for those who think they have what it takes to beat the game at a harder difficulty (though New Super Luigi is, admittedly, not *that* much more difficult). Luigi’s better jump, slipperier controls, and shortened time limit on levels are sure to make for a unique experience.
However, despite all the things that are done right, there is one simple thing that I can’t stand about these games: blandness. Though the graphics are better and the games are overall more “polished” versions of previous Mario titles, I find it difficult to see much value in them when compared to the slew of other New Super Mario Bros. titles. There simply isn’t enough innovation to make for a fresh experience. It feels like a prettier rehash and nothing more. Now, don’t get me wrong, the games aren’t bad, and New Super Luigi U helps to shake things up a bit, but I still can’t bring myself to regard these games with the same prestige as other Wii U titles, like the aforementioned Mario Kart 8 and Wind Waker HD, as well as Super Mario 3D World, which is a much better Mario platformer. Also, the added Challenge Mode isn’t that exciting, and the “asymmetric” multiplayer is awful. I can respect the idea of the GamePad-wielder being able to manipulate the playing field for the other players by placing platforms and uncovering secrets. But the fact that there’s no way to turn this “Boost Mode” off (as far as I know) for GamePad users is a serious flaw, necessitating the purchase of another controller for a 2-player game with actual characters.
But in the end, I’d still recommend New Super Mario Bros. U and New Super Luigi U, especially to those who just can’t get enough 2D Mario platforming. This version, with New Super Luigi U, is particularly good, as the green wonder helps mitigate some of the main game's staleness.