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Post by Dan @ 03:55pm 22/06/12 | 5 Comments
During the latest Nintendo Direct Presentation, the publisher reportedly revealed that they are planning downloadable content for the upcoming New Super Mario Bros 2 game for Nintendo 3DS -- which to the best of our knowledge, is amazingly the first time that the Big N has dipped a toe in the waters of post-launch content expansion sales of any kind (via Verge.

According to Verge, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata explained that the DLC will be in the form of additional levels for the game's new Coin Rush mode, which as the name suggests is all about collecting large amounts of Mushroom Kingdom currency. Iwata also reportedly mentioned that the levels would be created later this year, presumably to ward off accusations of on-disc (card?) DLC.

You can watch a video overview of NSMB2's coin rush mode below and you can watch Nintendo of America's full, 21 minute, Nintendo Direct presentation here on AusGamers.




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eski
Posted 04:05pm 22/6/12
And new ultra large 3DS.
DM
Posted 04:08pm 22/6/12
I thought that reggie guy (anyone else think he is f*****g creepy looking?) said nintendo would never have paid DLC for their games?
Eorl
Posted 07:25pm 22/6/12
Reggie ain't creepy, your body just wasn't ready.
Khel
Posted 09:18pm 22/6/12
I think DM was just creeped out by how attracted he was to Reggie
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