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New Super Luigi U launching as $19.99 NSMBU DLC on June 20th
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May 17, 2013, 18:43:45

Standalone version will be sold in stores on August 25th for $29.99. Play as Luigi, Blue and Yellow Toad, or the newcomer Nabbit. Nabbit is invulnerable to obstacles but cannot gain powerups in the traditional Mario fashion.

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Posted: 05/17/13, 18:43:45    
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The retail release is like 2 months later? Fuck that.

Posted by 
 on: 05/19/13, 00:14:05

More crap to plug in?

Also, the external drives we have at work ALWAYS go bad. I don't need to lose my awesome stuff at home, too.


35 days is 5 weeks. 5 weeks is not 2 months.

Posted by 
 on: 05/19/13, 01:44:11  - Edited by 
 on: 05/19/13, 01:44:51
The word 'remix' is kind of confusing, both in music and gaming.

As for this, that box IS pretty nice. And I'd always rather have a physical copy, just in case we have an apocalypse, or something...

I'll wait until it hits $10!

Wait, I forgot that I still don't have NSMBU... maybe I'll wait for the double pack.

Posted by 
 on: 05/19/13, 02:03:01

Don't you hate it when people use the word "remix" instead of "cover?"

Posted by 
 on: 05/19/13, 06:17:39

I say, do whatever makes you happy. Though, 32gb is nothing. I was already down to almost 10 gb on my Wii U when I bought my hdd which has 1tb. Hell, with shipping I only paid around $100. Yes, I will never need that much room, but I will never have to worry about having enough space. I know 500gb would have been enough, but the difference in price wasn't that much.

Hooking up the external hdd was a breeze. Only had to plug the thing into the Wii U and power outlet and basically that was it. Soon as I turned on the Wii U it prompted me to format the drive.The hdd turns on/off when I turn on the Wii U and playing games straight from the hdd download just as fast as if they were on the Wii U's internal memory.

Posted by 
 on: 05/19/13, 06:27:01
Yes. Unless it's electronic band who actually uses the original tracks, which they somehow... extract and separate? To be honest, I have no idea how the whole thing works.

Is it like the karaoke function on the 3DS?

Posted by 
 on: 05/19/13, 16:12:23

I would love to start making mashups, but I have no clue how to get a hold of the separated tracks. I guess mashup artists just ask the song's producer for the original tracks? I've heard that some people extract the tracks from Rock Band, where they're already separated. Oh man, imagine having access to Harmonix's track library!

I didn't know the 3DS had karaoke!

Posted by 
 on: 05/19/13, 22:37:48
To get myself more hyped up for this, I went back and 5 Star'd the main quest (had only 1 previous). I had missed one secret exit, skipped a couple levels later on, and Star Coins I had to go back through each and every world (likely half of each world's levels) and get them all. Some were tough, most I couldn't believe I missed...then I went onto Star Road. It was tough, then it got worse (water level), then it was like OK please make it stop..suddenly things got easy. I beat two levels in two tries and got all the Star Coins. Then the Pendulum Castle came. A little disappointed the final level was so easy, but after the castle I was OK with anything that didn't make me want to break my controller and TV. Now I'm ready for Luigi!

Posted by 
 on: 05/27/13, 00:39:51
It's more exciting in theory than practice. That said...!

Singing along to your music library in Lips is way more fun that it has any right to be. The scoring in that mode doesn't really work at all. But it's still fun. And the microphone changes colors.

Posted by 
 on: 05/29/13, 04:15:04
Hey guys, guess what is a $60 game in Australia.

This is.

Posted by 
 on: 05/29/13, 04:56:30
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