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The Last Bastion of Gaming Has Fallen – Nintendo goes DLC

The Last Bastion of Gaming Has Fallen – Nintendo goes DLC

by Mickey DeLorenzoJune 22, 2012

Are you guys going to pay for new levels in New Super Mario Bros. 2?


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  • June 23, 2012 at 10:43 am

    I’ve decided that I’ll probably only be buying New Super Mario Bros. 2 if it’s $20 on the e-Shop (and I highly doubt that’s going to happen). I’ve never been a huge fan of the NSMB style, but it DOES look like this game will try to shake things  up a bit. Coin Rush mode actually looks promising, but at the moment I’m looking forward to New Super Mario Bros. U a lot more. 

    I’m actually quite interested in the prospect of DLC for this game. It depends on the price, and how many new levels you’ll be getting, but I respect the fact that they haven’t even started working on them yet, and will do so AFTER the game’s launch. However, Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask will be giving a way a new puzzle EVERY DAY for a year after launch, for FREE. I’m not sure if that’s DLC, as all the other games have simply unlocked puzzles already on the cartridge, but it definitely seems more appealing than Mario’s DLC. Again, it depends on what they’ll be offering in terms of creativity, content and price.

  • Jareddagnan
    June 25, 2012 at 11:02 am

    I will buy this game. It is only dlc EXTRAS. They will still have the full potential of the game without the dlc. The dlc is probably for competition purposes. Perhaps they will allow a level editing section and offer the stages as free dlc for everyone. Who knows? Nintendo is a wild one, just look at the Wii U.

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