Nintendo unveils New Super Mario Bros. U Video
Nintendo unveils New Super Mario Bros. U Video Transcript
Every time a new Nintendo home console is announced as we start hearing familiar feedback. For long term fans. Sounds great. But you've got to have a Mario game. And frequently. Those requests are -- like this. I wanted to be just like -- always bid. But I wanted to be better. Well that may seem contradictory. But need -- will help meet those dual desires. In new Super Mario Brothers you do not only will you be able to see what others are saying. When the -- gather around the Wii -- main street. -- you'll also be able to connect right within the game. Friends family or any other player might be talking about the overall game experience. About specific levels. About hidden areas or difficult jobs. And you could probably expect that one of your buddies will be bragging about his high score that's probably going to be me. For -- record time. It's a new real time social window that opens up right as you're -- We'll be talking more about -- mean -- features tonight and our developers roundtable but for now. Let's take a look at the game itself. Here's the new Super Mario Brothers you. -- -- -- As you may already know this Mario game can be transferred to the on the big screen. Complained personally and on your game patent. But you may also notice something else yeah what we're calling its blue smoke. -- up to more people using their Wii remotes to -- through the course. One more -- -- game pad can use the touch screen to help holy place blocks along the way. More -- and a brand can work together to set a new standard for speed run. Currently the benefits of -- U. We'll be -- -- Nintendo published titles yeah.
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