213w ago - Last month we posted some gameplay trailers and screens for the New Super Mario Bros. videogame that is hitting the Nintendo Wii.
Today Vooks.net (linked above) has shared a look inside of the red New Super Mario Bros Wii case via some pictures available below.
If I owned a Wii console, this would be one title I'd be getting during the holiday season... is anyone else here planning to pick it up?
Anyway, to quote: "Yes, if you're also wondering that means we have got our copy, and we're not just going to be posting pictures of the case.
Look out for more videos of the game later tonight. The manual art we have received is also different from the US art which features a dot-art design rather then the mosaic strips of items we get."
Finally, for those curious on the story's outline: The game will follow the traditional storyline of Princess Peach getting kidnapped by Bowser. When Mario, Luigi, Blue Toad, and Yellow Toad are celebrating Princess Peach's birthday in her castle, a large cake reels in.
216w ago - Today some Japanese Magazine scans, screenshots and gameplay trailers for the New Super Mario Bros. Wii game have surfaced.
The scans (below) confirm that the Koopa kids from Super Mario Bros 3 will return and also a few new power up for Mario and Luigi.
Shortly after, Nintendo released two new gameplay trailers for the New Super Mario Wii game on the Nintendo Wii.
To quote: "The videos below show off Mario using the new suits with the new abilities that comes with the suit, and also the new Ice Flower power up is shown and Luigi (and Yoshi! and Toad! Oh My!) as well."
234w ago - In a recent interview with Shigeru Miyamoto, it has been confirmed that the new Super Mario Bros for Wii will be the first title to include a new "demo play" feature.
With it, players can pause at any level and let the game take over to complete it on its own and resume playing at anytime.
To quote: "In New Super Mario Bros. Wii, if a player is experiencing an area of difficulty, this will allow them to clear troubled areas and take over when they're ready" confirmed Miyamoto, through his translator.
"And yes, we're looking into this for future games, too" Miyamoto says.
That means young kids no longer need to Google for cheats, purchasing strategy guides or even need to work hard to get to the next level.
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