Mario Fans Given Real Gold
If you’ve managed to collect over 1 million gold coins in New Super Mario Bros. 2 on the Nintendo 3DS, and you’re from Germany, it’s time to get some real gold!
Nintendo released this new trailer today for New Super Mario Bros. U. The trailer demonstrates the game’s co-op mode. The game is a launch title for the Nintendo Wii U, coming out on November 30th.
New Super Mario Bros. U Details
A set of new screenshots for New Super Mario Bros. U obviously wasn’t enough. Gameplay details have been released too.
Nintendo have released a fresh batch of New Super Mario Bros. U screenshots today. The shots show off a wide range of stages that will undoubtedly be described in depth in the upcoming cover story in Gameinformer. It is assumed that the game will be a launch title for the Nintendo Wii U, expected to be dated on September 13th.
It’s just really difficult to justify spending 30 dollars on a game that is anything other than a Mario, a Zelda, a Pokemon. I think that ultimately their ecosystem starts to fall apart.
Here is a trailer released yesterday for New Super Mario Bros. 2 which is set to come to the Nintendo 3DS this August. To celebrate the release of the new game, Nintendo have officially decorated August as the month of Mario. This means that there are some sweet eShop deals going on Mario games during the month.
It wouldn’t be a Nintendo console launch without a Mario game right? Well, you’re right, it wouldn’t, hence why Nintendo officially unveiled New Super Mario Bros. U. The game will take a classic approach and will feature Miiverse integration, a new mode called ‘Boost Mode’ allowing you to add blocks to help your friends and more! It’s a shame a 3D game wasn’t unveiled but hey, this will carry fans over I’m sure.