Welcome to the official discussion thread for NES Remix 2 on the Wii U!
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NES Remix 2 just released today and as many would agree, with a far better selection of games than the first game. On top of that, Miiverse implementation has been bumped up a notch with more features such as replays (only in-game) and actually listing which levels a post has been made on! Owners of both games can also participate in Championship Mode complete with leaderboards (though very bare in features). Last but not least, Super Luigi Bros. which is a mirrored port of Super Mario Bros. featuring Luigi is included with the game and also has Luigi's jumping mechanics. Come on in and discuss this sequel!
EDIT- And I just don't get this POV; if Zelda II is a game that you seek to play, would it be better if a WORSE game was unlocked as a result of playing? Shouldn't you want to strive to unlock stuff? I don't know, mans.
I finally justified buying this after I got all 100 stamps in the original game. So far, four games in and it's...about the same. But with better NES games. So still pretty great.
EDIT: Except for Wario's Woods. Never played it on NES, so I'm struggling with it a bit...but after the first three levels and working to Rainbow Star them all, I think I get it. The replay option really helps when you're stumped.
So...I'm through all of Super Mario Bros. 3 (all Rainbow Stars), Dr. Mario (all Rainbow Stars), and Kirby's Adventure (all Rainbow Stars) with 3 Wario's Woods stages and 16 Remix I stages cleared with Rainbow Stars. I've got 85 stamps already (I've been playing through any game that gives double points and trying to rainbow it) and I'm still addicted. Some of the usual challenges are kinda meh, but the Remix levels are gems.
I hope so. I've already got stamps 1-98 (haven't tackled Super Luigi Bros. yet) and I'd like to get them all.
The best score I've mustered is 1.08 million, and that's barely cracked the Top 20 in most cases (I think I peaked at 14 yesterday, a few spots below you). I'm just not great at Dr. Mario, at least not at planning out long chains.