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Nov 10, 12 at 9:11pmJammerJaw


I was carousing my local Wal Mart when I saw this game on the shelf. I remembered how much fun I had with New Super Mario Bros on the DS, but how much I hated New Super Mario Bros Wii. So my question is, is it more similar to the DS version, or the Wii version?

Thread Recap (last 10 posts from newest to oldest)

Nov 15, 12 at 9:32pm
John234MKWii


Yeah, it's like licences in MKWii. I could just set 32 Time Trials records without doing so making another license. I could get up to 9,999,999 on 1 file and never stop until I get there.



Nov 15, 12 at 12:35am
Kokoro


I only have one file on the game. I don't see the point in making another one when I can just earn all the coins possible on my current file.



Nov 14, 12 at 9:22pm
John234MKWii


Yeah, the classic Mario games have a lot more replay value than ones in the last 6 years, so it's really unlikely that someone who's beaten NSMB2 already will do it again.



Nov 14, 12 at 7:56pm
Gotenks


I definitely played the minigames for the first NSMB more than I did the main story but I also played it with a friend. So it was a friend that really made me enjoy the game.

With NSMB2, I was already coming into the game with low expectations so I wasn't really disappointed with the game. I realized the levels would be easy and short and that coins would kind of make lives useless. The game did it's job well and if I ever needed a quick round of some Mario platforming goodness, I'd definitely put this game back in my 3DS. But if I'm looking to sit around and play a platforming game for hours on end, I'll stick to a classic Mario game like SMB3 or SMW. Or I'd even say I would consider 3D Land too.




Nov 14, 12 at 7:49pm
Virtue


quote Gotenks
I never saw anything special with the original NSMB. It was only good for one run and that was it. I couldn't stand to do another run of it. With NSMBWii, it was all about the multiplayer. If you played multiplayer before playing single player then you would find it boring to tears.
I had a great time with the VS. games in NSMB. In fact, I'd say I spent more time with that than the regular story line. I feel like if NSMB: 2 added one or two of these side games, it would've resulted in a much more complete game. Coin Rush is nice and all, but it really does get boring after a short time.



Nov 14, 12 at 7:42pm
Thrawn


quote Gotenks
Oh believe me, I was excited for the game before it came out. But when I purchased it and started playing it, it just didn't really feel the same for me. Some of the levels were fun but a lot of the challenge wasn't there and the game just felt boring. With NSMBWii, I only play it with friends which I think made it better as a whole because I had so much fun with it. I just don't want to commit to single player on it because I'm afraid to ruin that image. xD
This is exactly why I like NSMB Wii better then the others. Every time I multiplayed it was unique and very fun. I even found the single player really nice because of the great level design.



Nov 14, 12 at 6:14pm
Gotenks


Oh believe me, I was excited for the game before it came out. But when I purchased it and started playing it, it just didn't really feel the same for me. Some of the levels were fun but a lot of the challenge wasn't there and the game just felt boring. With NSMBWii, I only play it with friends which I think made it better as a whole because I had so much fun with it. I just don't want to commit to single player on it because I'm afraid to ruin that image. xD



Nov 14, 12 at 4:11pm
JammerJaw


quote Gotenks
I never saw anything special with the original NSMB. It was only good for one run and that was it. I couldn't stand to do another run of it. With NSMBWii, it was all about the multiplayer. If you played multiplayer before playing single player then you would find it boring to tears.
Well, the reason I enjoyed it so much was probably the fact that I was so fed up with the 3d Mario platformers that have been Nintendo's main focus for so long at that point; playing a new 2d-style platformer was refreshing in a way. NSMBWii was a bit too gimmicky for my tastes.



Nov 14, 12 at 7:08am
Thrawn


Well clearly all of them have had some major faults. Guess all we can do is hope that NSMBU is better.



Nov 14, 12 at 5:56am
Gotenks


I never saw anything special with the original NSMB. It was only good for one run and that was it. I couldn't stand to do another run of it. With NSMBWii, it was all about the multiplayer. If you played multiplayer before playing single player then you would find it boring to tears.



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