You can find NintendoNow's review of the brand new classic platformer here.
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At least this one isn't by that fag Connor Graham.
I finished ''New Super Mario Bros.'' yesterday.
Very short and simple. It has the old school feel which keeps it from being a flop.
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Dammit, doesn't get released here until the 30th of June!
Well, I've already beat it and sent it back. It was fun.
It was about as difficult as previous 2D Mario titles. I'm glad Yoshi didn't ruin it because even though I liked him when he first appeared in Super Mario World I got sick of him over the years. Besides, the game was styled after the original NES games, which took place in the Mushroom Kingdom complete with no Yoshis. I wouldn't mind a few more powerups, though, like a return of the raccoon tail or, as you mentioned, the hammer bros. suit.Originally Posted by Phoenixphire
I still haven't played it. Funny...I'm no longer hyped for it.
I bought it and I was never really hyped for it, but it seems like it will be a lot of fun.
Any replay value?
I'm sure there is, but I still have yet to open my game. Playing too many other titles currently.
There is some, particularly with the multiplayer and with the hidden levels and the two side worlds in the single-player. It'll keep you occupied for some time.Originally Posted by Dork
Ouch. Well, at least I hope you liked my review, for what it's worth.Originally Posted by Onbake Platinum
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