Summary: It follows the standard 2D Mario formula, however unlike the last couple New Super Mario Bros games this one is actually pretty tough and will please hardcore platformer fans. I actually ran out of lives a few times.
Summary: I was actually pretty excited by the prospect of New Super Mario Bros. U. I enjoyed the Wii version immensely. It was just a lot of fun to play and to enjoy with family. So, when the Wii U came out and this game launched at the same time, I didn't have a problem with that.
Summary: When the first NEW Super Mario Bros came out I was PUMPED! Finally, they'd gotten away from the 3D style (don't get me wrong, I do enjoy that!) but I REALLY love the old school fill. However, now it's just kind of the same ol thing.
Summary: This game is fun, but it is not as good as the Wii version. The game looks great in HD, is loads of fun in co-op and the levels are well designed. However, this game gets very boring after beating the main campaign and there are very few levels that are worth repeating.
Summary: First off, this is an awesome game. Seeing Mario and friends in HD is a major treat. At its base, the game is very similar to "Super Mario Bros. Wii," but with totally new levels. There are also a host of new features including flying squirrel suits and baby Yoshis that help you along.
Summary: After two weeks, my impressions of NSMBU are in. This game crushes NSMBWii by a landslide, and I don't see how anyone could say different. Gameplay: There wasn't any need for Nintendo to branch out from a successful system, so I'm glad they kept everything the same [that's what I bought SM3DW ;)].
Summary: Don't get me wrong. This is a really fun game. Probably the coolest thing about it has been the off-screen gameplay. I can just pick up the gamepad any time regardless of what's on TV and play a high-quality, high-definition mario game (the gamepad screen isn't high definition, but trust me when I...