If you're one of those gamers who are anti-Nintendo and stuff, don't play this game and don't complain about it. If you're a loyal Nintendo and Mario fan like I am, you definitely need to get this. Unlike New Super Mario Bros. Wii, this is not a clone of the handheld entry, it's so fresh with its HD graphics and new courses and worlds. I don't care about HD, it's not a necessity for me, but the HD does make the game pop. I suggest getting a 1080p tv for the game, even if you're not an HD fan either, it just makes things clearer and easier to read. Of course you can always just use the gamepad screen since it has everything that's on the TV screen for some reason. All in all, it's a solid platformer with all the famous Mario elements plus many fresh new ideas that keep it going, I highly recommend it.
posted by wolfhunter64 (PITTSBURGH, PA) Jun 10, 2013
Member since Jun 2013
Mario has always been a favorite of many people. However, Nintendo keeps repeating the same old thing. But in New Super Mario Bros. U, they make a huge comeback. Some things that I liked were how you can use Baby Yoshis to practically get through a hard level, and I also liked the diverse worlds. But they could improve on music variety. The game recycled a lot of old tracks from the Wii version. Although it wasn't as bad as New Super Mario Bros. 2, it was pretty similar. But I think it made a great launch title for the Wii U, fitting the system perfectly. And although it isn't the best game, it's definitely up there.