NINTENDO HAC-P-ADALA NEW SUPER MARIO BROS. U DELUXE
- Simple, straightforward controls, new playable characters optimized for younger and less experienced players, and a wealth of bonus content
- Number of Players: up to 4 players; Genre: Action, Adventure
- Two Super Mario Bros. Games in One, for double the fun
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Platform For Display: Nintendo Switch | Edition: Standard
Join Mario, Luigi, and Pals for single-player or multiplayer fun anytime, anywhere. take on two family-friendly, side-scrolling adventures with up to three friends as you try to save the Mushroom king Join Mario, Luigi, and Pals for single-player or multiplayer fun anytime, anywhere. take on two family-friendly, side-scrolling adventures with up to three friends as you try to save the Mushroom kingdom. Includes the new Super Mario Bros. U game and harder, faster new Super Luigi U game-both of which include nab bit and toilette as playable characters.
1x NEW SUPER MARIO BROS. U DELUXE! For nintendo switch
Two Super Mario Bros. games in one, for double the fun!
Join Mario, Luigi, and pals for single-player or multiplayer fun anytime, anywhere! Take on two family-friendly, side-scrolling adventures with up to three friends* as you try to save the Mushroom Kingdom. Includes the New Super Mario Bros. U and harder, faster New Super Luigi U games—both of which include Nabbit and Toadette as playable characters!
Two games in one, for double the fun! Simple, straightforward controls, new playable characters optimized for younger and less-experienced players, and a wealth of bonus content—like a Hints gallery and helpful reference videos**—make this a perfect choice for anyone looking to introduce their family to the wonderful world of Mario. All a player needs is one Joy-Con controller, so two people can team up right out of the box! Tackle 164 platforming courses in the two main game modes and enjoy extra replayability with three additional game modes in which you can also play as a Mii character: Challenges, Boost Rush, and Coin Battle!
A variety of playable characters are available, some with unique attributes that affect gameplay and platforming physics.
Younger and less-experienced players will love playing as Toadette, who is brand new to both games, and Nabbit, who was formerly only playable in New Super Luigi U. Both characters offer extra assistance during play.
Three additional modes—Boost Rush, Challenges, and Coin Battle—mix up gameplay and add replayability, while also upping the difficulty for players who want to try something harder. Players can use their Mii characters in these modes!
Copyright 2012 – 2018 Nintendo. New Super Mario Bros. and Nintendo Switch are trademarks of Nintendo. Copyright 2018 Nintendo.
*Additional accessories may be required for multiplayer mode. Sold separately.
**Internet access required in order to access Videos gallery
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Here are the list of changes I've noticed:
1. Now play as Luigi, Toad, Mario, Toadette and Nabbit in single player in both Mario Bros U and Luigi U.
In original, only can play Mario in Mario Bros U, and Luigi & Nabbit in Luigi U
Cannot select multiple of the same characters when playing multiplayer
2. New characters: Nabbit* and Toadette.
Both as basically OP (Over Powered) characters like Funky Kong in Donkey Kong Tropical Freeze for Nintendo Switch
Both are resistant to ice and swim faster
Able to stop on a dime after running
Gain additional 100 seconds on the timer
Toadette and Nabbit are labeled as easy and very easy respectively
-No longer exclusive character to New Super Luigi U. Can be played in the core game
-Cannot Ride Yoshi
-Can now carry objects
-Immune to all attacks from enemies
Still knock back though. Exceptions to immunity: lava, poison, pits, spikes and if you run out of time
-If you collect power ups it coverts to 1up at the end of level
-Able to get Super Crown* Power up and turn into Peachette
*Toadette is the only character who can get this power up
-Peachette abilities: similar to flying squirrel power up. Float/glide, and double jump, but cannot attach to walls
-Resistant to ice, increase swim speed
-All 1up mushrooms shows up as 3-up moons instead
No longer tethered to Wii U console. Able to take this game anywhere assuming you there's battery on the Switch
4. Hint button on menu screen
No need to go back to home screen
5. HD rumble.
Rumble is very prevalent in the game from shooting fireballs to going up/down a warp pipe
6. Challenges return.
No boost mode due to no duel screen
7. Spin jump.
Now auto spins when pressing jump button twice instead of having it's own dedicated button or shake control.
8. HUD/menu screen.
Cleaner and easier on eyes
9. Higher resolution
Native 1080 (TV) 720p (handheld/tabletop) vs Dynamic 1080p (TV), 720 (Wii U game pad)
10 (?). Misc:
No miiverse support seeing the service is no longer active (also for Wii U)
No new levels which is also disappointing
Basically the same game you played on the Wii U but with more options.
Note that this game is a full priced $60 game at launch. New Super Mario Bros. U + New Super Luigi U Bundle for Wii U is part of the Nintendo Selects line for $30 if you're able to find it.
Portability is a huge factor, easier access means more play time, especially if you share the TV with friends/family/housemates
Personally don't like the double tap to spin jump. Feels more in control if I had a dedicated button like the original
If you don't own a Wii U or never played this game before, it's one of the best 2D Mario games out there. If you did play it before, not a lot have changed especially if you're good at platformers as there's no additional levels to play through, just a few additional characters to make the game more accessible to newcomers.
Few changes and couple new characters is really all you’re getting .
With that said the game is fun but it’s not a new game .
The last Mario game I played was New Super Mario Bros., back on the original Wii.
Coming from that game, I'd say that New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe has several welcome improvements, the best of which is that you can choose your character, and that there are a couple Easier/Easiest characters available.
My six-year-old son loves everything Mario, so when he saw this he was super excited. I was a bit skeptical, because I was worried that it'd be too challenging for him, but I figured I wasn't much older than him when I cut my teeth on the meatgrinder that was the original NES Super Mario Bros, so I took a chance and ordered it.
So happy I did. It's been a ton of fun and a great bonding time. I absolutely recommend it if you've got younger gamers at home, who either want to play with you or their older brothers/sisters.
I played through the entire game -- every stage -- with my kid. I was Mario and he was Nabbit. Nabbit (from Rayman, maybe? He's a little bandit bunny thing) is the character the game considers "easiest" -- as far as I can tell, Nabbit can't run, but enemies also don't notice or hurt him, and things that would harm him (e.g., fireballs) only stun him. The only way Nabbit can die is if he falls into a pit (or lava).
That means that a younger kid (say, a 6-year-old) can play with someone who is older. I played the entire game with my young son, and together we beat the whole thing (there were a few levels on Super Star Road where he couldn't keep up, but those are extra challenge stages unlocked after you beat the game).
We had a ton of fun over probably 25 hours or so (we moved fairly slow, because my kid is young), and I'd say it was absolutely worth every penny.
That said, I have two very mild criticisms. First, it's a fun game, but not the best Mario game I've played. It didn't seem like there was much variety in the power-ups (Mushroom, Fire/Ice flowers, and Acorns -- although some others, like the penguin suit or the propeller head were also available, rarely). Difficulty wasn't as high as some others; for me as a dad playing with my kid, this was absolutely perfect, but for me alone -- a mid-30s guy who has been gaming all my life -- the biggest challenge came from trying not to accidentally bump into my kid and screw up a jump. (Four-player mode would be a nightmare, I'd think.)
Second, my kid was disappointed that Yoshi hardly made an appearance. Realistically, he was probably only present on three or four stages, and you couldn't take him with you after you reached the flagpole. Yoshi is a staple character of the Mario franchise now, and a favorite of kids, so in a game that's designed to accommodate younger gamers, you'd think they'd include those kids' favorite character.