NSMB the new COD?

#1AndehPandyPosted 12/10/2012 9:29:11 PM
Seems like with each NSMB nothing new is added. The Gamepad "Boost Mode" is not enough change in gameplay to qualify it as "new". It's starting to become as boring as the annually released COD series.
#2GoombaXPosted 12/10/2012 9:30:39 PM
id agree with you but there is a lot of thing different in the U version so no
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#3lazycomplifePosted 12/10/2012 9:31:57 PM
Except NSMB isn't released annually.
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#4AndehPandy(Topic Creator)Posted 12/10/2012 9:31:58 PM
GoombaX posted...
id agree with you but there is a lot of thing different in the U version so no


Like?
#5Rappy00Posted 12/10/2012 9:32:46 PM
No, I pretty sure MW 4 will be the new COD.
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#6ministerkataokaPosted 12/10/2012 9:32:54 PM
There were two new NSMB games this year but I don't think it will be a yearly affair. Though I definitely think the "New" Super Mario games NEED TO DIE!
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#7Solid_SOAPPosted 12/10/2012 9:34:04 PM
It isn't released annually, but yeah you could say that the amount of change in between each title is similar. NSMBU has new challenge modes, boost mode, etc, but the base gameplay is exactly the same, as are world themes and exact music tracks from previous games. It's a fairly average product when put alongside previous NSMB games, but on its own it's a great game.
#8GoombaXPosted 12/10/2012 9:35:47 PM(edited)
AndehPandy posted...
GoombaX posted...
id agree with you but there is a lot of thing different in the U version so no


Like?


the new baby yoshis, new suits,a ton of secrets that rival that of super mario world, also the challenge mode
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#9ArreiPosted 12/10/2012 9:36:16 PM(edited)
I haven't bought either New 2 or New U, but my personal take on it is:

1. No, because there were three years between New 1 and New Wii, and another three between New 2 and New U, which were being developed concurrently. Unlike CoD which has made a game a year since '06. Although I don't believe frequency of releases is a good argument to use.

2. Again no, because each New game is defined by a new set of levels for the player to play, however similar the mechanics may be to previous games, while people buy CoD for the multiplayer so the single-player mode is an afterthought at best, making it have even less difference between games.
#10N__1Posted 12/10/2012 9:35:13 PM
Only one NSMB series per-generation, also from what I saw in miiverse, people are really liking it. So no.