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Topic: New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe

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RR529

Just completed the first mid-castle in Rock Candy Mines (World 6), and I'm really enjoying it. Graphically it is kinda plain, but it looks really clean & almost each level has a unique enough gimmick that I'm finding them pretty memorable.

Not sure where the idea that it's really easy comes from either. It's not quite DKCTF in terms of difficulty (then again, it doesn't have an equivalent to the mine cart or rocket barrel levels), but it's not uncommon for me to die a time or two on any given level, and there have been a few (such as the ice world level, I think it's the second one, with the sliding penguins, or the airship level at the start of Soda Jungle) that have taken me many times to complete.

Currently Playing:
Switch - NSMBU Deluxe
PS4 - Moss

Mountain_Man

With regards to the difficulty, I do have to give Nintendo credit for things like the "Super Guide", and characters like Toadette and Nabbit which make it possible for anybody to finish the game. I just wish it was a little more forgiving using the regular characters like Mario and Luigi.

Although I think part of the difficulty for me is that characters seem to feel heavier than the classic Mario games, so they can't stop and start on a dime which has messed me up on several runs.

The Mountain Man

RR529

I really liked the secret exit that let's you tackle Roy's Conveyor Belt Castle from behind, pretty much dropping you right to the boss door. That was a really neat little touch.

Maybe it's because I'm not as burnt out on the "New" series as others seem to be (the last one I played was "Wii" back in 2010), but I'm really loving my time with this.

Currently Playing:
Switch - NSMBU Deluxe
PS4 - Moss

RR529

Just cleared this. Not the most ambitious game, but I thought it was good fun. I'll probably try collecting all the Star Coins (to take a crack at some of the Superstar Road levels), but as I'm not an expert player I'll probably move on before doing it all (same for Luigi U as a whole. I'll probably give it a whirl, but don't expect to clear it).

Currently Playing:
Switch - NSMBU Deluxe
PS4 - Moss

Venus_Adept

Is funny how in spanish nabbit is named "Caco Gazapo". Gazapo means error or mistake. But playing with him not allow you to have more mistakes than falling into a hollow.

Venus_Adept

RR529

After putting it off for awhile I've been powering my way through Luigi U over the past few days (did both worlds 6 & 7 today), so hopefully I should be able to finish it up before the weekend's over (next up is the second airship level, so I'm not quite sure if I'm more excited or scared, lol).

Currently Playing:
Switch - NSMBU Deluxe
PS4 - Moss

mrblue

Hello, sorry for my naive question but i am new in te game. I was wondering which is the difference among the story modes 1,2,3? I tried all of them but it starts always the same.

Secondly, in order not to start every time from the beginning is enough to save the current game?

Thank you very much

mrblue

Euler

@mrblue They're just separate save files, they're all the same. As for saving, you can "quick save" whenever you want. Once you load that file again, you can start from where you left off but the save goes away (think of it like pausing and unpausing a movie). You can do a permanent save after completing fortress, castle, and other important levels. After you defeat Bowser and rescue the princess, you'll unlock the ability to do a permanent save whenever you want (instead of quick saving).

Euler

mrblue

Thank you Euler, very clear!

mrblue

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