New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe

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Take on two family-friendly, side-scrolling adventures with up to three
friends* as you try to save the Mushroom Kingdom. Includes the New Super
Mario Bros. U and harder, faster New Super Luigi U games—both of which
include Nabbit and Toadette as playable characters!

  Two games in one, for double the fun! Simple, straightforward controls,   
  new playable characters optimized for younger and less-experienced   
  players, and a wealth of bonus content—like a Hints gallery and helpful   
  reference videos**—make this a perfect choice for anyone looking to   
  introduce their family to the wonderful world of Mario. All a player   
  needs is one Joy-Con™ controller, so two people can team up right out of   
  the box! Tackle 164 platforming courses in the two main game modes and   
  enjoy extra replayability with three additional game modes in which you   
  can also play as a Mii™ character: Challenges, Boost Rush, and Coin   

    A variety of playable characters are available, some with unique   
    attributes that affect gameplay and platforming physics.

    Younger and less-experienced players will love playing as Toadette,   
    who is brand new to both games, and Nabbit, who was formerly only   
    playable in New Super Luigi U. Both characters offer extra assistance   
    during play.

    Multiplayer sessions are even more fun, frantic, and exciting thanks   
    to entertaining character interactions. Need a boost? Try jumping off   
    a teammate’s head or getting a teammate to throw you!

    Features a wealth of help features, like a Hints gallery, reference   
    videos**, and a Super Guide in New Super Mario Bros. U that can   
    complete levels for you if they’re giving you trouble.

    Three additional modes—Boost Rush, Challenges, and Coin Battle—mix up   
    gameplay and add replayability, while also upping the difficulty for   
    players who want to try something harder. Players can use their Mii   
    characters in these modes!

    Share the adventure with a friend! During two-player co-op gameplay,   
    each player can use a single Joy-Con controller, so no additional   
    accessories are required. And to add two more players to the mix, all   
    you need is one extra set of Joy-Con controllers (sold separately).
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New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe - Announcement Trailer - Nintendo Switch
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Jan 11, 2019
New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe - All Characters
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New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe reviews and comments

What if Super Mario World but multiplayer. Just doesn't innovate enough to make this standout as the franchise usually does. 
I went into this really wanting to like it. I have an issue with the newer mario platformers, and I have a really hard time putting my finger on what it is about them that doesn't quite do it for me. The platforming physics are exceptional and the level design is well thought out and interesting enough, but there is something about these games that just feel a little hollow? I think it all boils down to aesthetics; everything is to prim and clean, and it doesn't have the pixelated charm of the classics or the interesting settings of other new nintendo platformers like the (impeccable) donkey kong returns series.

This game was fun and I enjoyed playing it, but at this point the mario maker series has made the new mario bros series obsolete. Grab mario maker 2 if you are hankering for some platforming action
«I could make it better»
I've only played for an hour so far, but OH THE NOSTALGIA!  It just feels so right playing a side scrolling Mario adventure again.
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