1Blue_DreadSun 20th Oct 2013 Many of you might think that Super Mario Bros. 2 was just a remake of Doki Doki Panic and America didn't get the Japanese SMB2 because it was too hard. But it is mostly untrue. Let me explain myself. After the original SMB was released, Nintendo wanted to create a sequel for it. So what they did was they started developing SMB2 (Japan). When it was finished, they released it In Japan only, because NoA thought it would be too hard for the people there. So Nintendo decided to go at a different approach. They started developing SMB2 (USA), and when it was finished, they released it everywhere else. But NoJ thought that their people would want to play the game, too. But since there already is a SMB2 (Japan), they had to change up the player graphics and a few other small details so that it can be released in Japan (Doki Doki Panic). But eventually, because of popular demand, NoJ released Super Mario USA, which is the same game as the USA Super Mario Bros. 2, but different title. And that is what REALLY happened. If you disagree or agree, post in the comments below. Edited on Sun 20th October, 2013 @ 14:09 by Blue_Dread I like to play Nintendo games (for a living :P) I support Wii U. I love my brother. I like Mario, Zelda, Metroid, Kirby, and Donkey Kong.