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Nintendo re-releasing a number of its Wii U originals, alongside new titles, for the Nintendo Switch is a strategy that we can get behind. Not only are there are tonne more Switches out in the wild, but the handheld promise of Nintendo's latest console actually adds a new dimension to playing some of these older titles. The latest re-release is New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe.

Which in keeping with the NSMB series -plays it a little safe.
One gets the sense that the New Super Mario Bros. series is happy to be considered the safer or less ambitious counterpart to the full-3D movement Mario games. That said we’re more than happy to see a game, from Nintendo no less, offering up classic side-scrolling platforming levels in an 8-bit NES and 16-bit SNES fashion. New Super Mario Bros. series leans heavily into this side of Nintendo’s past, using specific Mario games as a jumping off point to have fun with level design - with additional touches like multiplayer modes and offering up different characters to play as.

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