Wii U is getting a new Deluxe Set, with Mario and Luigi set to replace current pack-in Nintendo Land on November 1. More after the jump!
It's okay if you haven't been sold on New Super Luigi U yet. In a move similar to the Japanese introductory video released earlier this month, Nintendo UK is here to share some of the differences, from Luigi's special moves to the ability to play as Nabbit in multiplayer. Check it out after the jump.
Nintendo released a nice, lengthy introductory trailer for New Super Luigi U, which continues the celebration of The Year of Luigi this summer. The clip after the jump goes the extra mile to showcase how Luigi's unique moves compare to those of his spotlight hogging brother.
Luigi has famously found himself on the sidelines for as long as anyone can remember. Even when he got his own game he was stuck vacuuming ghosts in a mansion, but Nintendo has decided to hoist him to the forefront. At this morning's Nintendo Direct event, it was declared that 2013 is officially the Year of Lugi. Read on for all the details!
Downloadable content is simply the way of the world now; it's up to game creators to keep it creative, and consumers to remain discerning as to where their money goes. Nintendo got into the paid DLC game with New Super Mario Bros. 2 on 3DS, and the company is now trying to figure out what to do for DLC on New Super Mario Bros. U. Read on for more.
New Super Mario Bros. U lets five players play at once, with four using Wii remotes while the fifth manipulates the environment with the GamePad. That, Challenge Mode, and Boost Rush Mode are all on display in the new trailer after the jump.
You may have noticed some striking similarities between two new Mario games, New Super Mario Bros. 2 and New Super Mario Bros. U, for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, respectively. The style of both plays it safe, and also makes them look right in line with previous New Super Mario Bros. games. According to Nintendo, this is what the fans want. Read on for more.
One of Nintendo's main focuses with Wii U is finally increasing the overall connectivity between players and, of course, the Internet at large. New Super Mario Bros. U, which was just shown off, is all about the shared experience. Read on for more!