NSMBU confirmed to be bad

#21darkqueenhelbaPosted 11/5/2012 6:58:16 AM
It's an unfortunate turn of events that fools of this generation don't know how to properly scale things. For some odd reason it's ok to have several levels of unsatisfactory conditions and yet only have ONE level of passing performance. When I think of all the FOOLS......*raises hands grasping at the sky*
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#22fon1988Posted 11/5/2012 7:19:28 AM
ElectricMole posted...
Its scored lower than NintendoLand.

Thats saying something...


Yes that does say something, that one person has an opinion.
#23Helmsly2008Posted 11/5/2012 7:24:37 AM
82%

- May look the same, but there are some “incredible tweaks”
- GamesMaster feels it’s easier than NSMB Wii
- Took under seven hours to complete
- More to the game outside of the main campaign
- Most of the innovation is saved for the final levels
- “Without wishing to spoil anything, we were surprised, excited, and twinkly-eyed during an excellent finale. It’s almost as if Nintendo suddenly realised that they were in fact working with a Wii U, with a game-changing GamePad and everything.”
- Hopes Nintendo will “build on this solid, if not mind-blowing, foundation.”
- Graphics: 82%
- Gameplay: 85%
- Accessibility: 90%
- Lifespan: 80%
- Innovation: 75%
- Overall: 82%
- “A great excuse for families to gather round the TV, and an enticing glimpse of Mario’s HD future.”

http://gonintendo.com/?mode=viewstory&id=189618
#24Arcanine2009Posted 11/5/2012 7:40:41 AM
link to review?
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#25Helmsly2008Posted 11/5/2012 7:43:46 AM
Arcanine2009 posted...
link to review?


I don't think they've put the review up online yet, its from a UK magazine. Thhe summary I posted is from the the gonintendo link under it.
#26SytherantisPosted 11/5/2012 7:44:28 AM
joeskeletor posted...
Oni_Taedo posted...
joeskeletor posted...
when the snes became obsolete.


The SNES never became obsolete.


Dont be blinded by nostalgia once the PS and N64 came out and games stoped being made for the snes guess what thats called obsolete. We will never forget all those classics but dont be ignorant every console eventually goes to the graveyard which is know as our garage,closet,shed or whatever.


"Obsolete" also means "No longer used / useful". Plenty of people still use their SNES and older systems to this day. I played on a friend's SNES just last week.

Just because new technology is released doesn't mean that old technology suddenly becomes less useful or less fun. It's a common misconception.
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#27DeathSoul2000Posted 11/5/2012 7:47:57 AM
Helmsly2008 posted...
Arcanine2009 posted...
link to review?


I don't think they've put the review up online yet, its from a UK magazine. Thhe summary I posted is from the the gonintendo link under it.


UK? lost its credibility.
#28TrueBlue91Posted 11/5/2012 7:51:56 AM
DeathSoul2000 posted...
Helmsly2008 posted...
Arcanine2009 posted...
link to review?


I don't think they've put the review up online yet, its from a UK magazine. Thhe summary I posted is from the the gonintendo link under it.


UK? lost its credibility.


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#29anon_firePosted 11/5/2012 7:55:01 AM
Okay? Answer this TC, Since when was 82% considered a bad score?
#30JonnyBigBossPosted 11/5/2012 8:03:20 AM
Does anyone not realize that no console has ever released with a true AAA title? It takes years to finally see high quality games with 90+ scores.
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