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About the Game

A special edition of Nintendo's new home console complete with GamePad controller plus New Super Mario Bros. U and New Super Luigi U and more…

Release Date: 08 November 2013

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About the Console

About the Game

New Super Mario Bros. U

With an all new way to play, New Super Mario Bros. U brings back classic characters like Mario, Luigi and Toad, but brings in a new character to join in the platform fun – you! Use your Mii character to tear through this latest 2D side-scrolling Mario adventure, with a giant world map packed with new courses and challenges, the likes of which are only possible on Wii U.

New Super Mario Bros. U makes full use of the capabilities of the Wii U console, by using the Wii U GamePad to increase the options for both solo and multiplayer gaming. If your main screen is in use, use the GamePad to continue the action by yourself or, if you want to team up with friends, things get even more exciting. Up to four players with Wii Remote controllers can run, jump and bounce through these all-new stages, or add a fifth player with the GamePad to play in Boost Mode. Here, the GamePad player can tap the screen to place platforms on the screen to help with the challenge. This adds an incredible new facet to the classic Mario gameplay we know and love, with players all working together to clear a course. There are times where this co-operation is essential if you want to take specific routes or set new scores and times.

Those who buy New Super Mario Bros. U to experience classic Mario action won’t be disappointed, as you can expect all the usual platform action with new features and challenges thrown in too. Transform into Flying Squirrel Mario in order to swoop through different levels by clinging to walls, or get to grips with Balloon Baby Yoshi if you want to float gracefully through the air. There are various types of coloured Yoshis out there, as well as all new power-ups, that will give you fresh ways to traverse the perils and platforms of the Mushroom Kingdom. When it comes to gameplay modes, there are all sorts of ways to stretch your skills. Boost Rush mode lets you power through automatically scrolling levels which speed up as you collect coins. Here, up to five players can work together to get through the course as quickly as possible – then sit back and watch the replay to see how you can tighten up that time on your next attempt!

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If you want to get a bit more competitive, why not race to grab coins and power-ups while avoiding the bothersome blocks and obstacles being placed in your way by the person controlling the GamePad! Or why not try the Challenge Mode to really test your skills? You can play in Time Attack and set a record for others to tackle, take a shot at 1-Up Rally and much more. As you can do these in solo or multiplayer mode, there are even more ways to set scores and unlock further challenges. You can even take part in Boost Mode Challenges, which can be replayed after you’ve completed them, to make you more effective in Boost Mode! Coin Battle mode, on the other hand, lets two to four players battle as individuals or join together as teams to grab coins. Additional players can use the Boost Mode option to either favour or foil players, making it a new experience every time.

Take the game to the online world by using the Miiverse to share any of your accomplishments via the Nintendo Network, or alternatively, warn or advise others on the best way to overcome the more difficult moments of the game as they play.

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New Super Luigi. U

New Super Luigi U is a platforming game featuring Luigi!

82 New Courses

While New Super Luigi U’s basic systems are the same as New Super Mario Bros. U, the 82 courses on the World Map have been replaced with brand new ones for Luigi! A whole host of challenging levels await! You’ve only got 100 seconds to clear each course, and the clock is ticking! It’s going to be one super-speedy adventure for Luigi.

Luigi’s Gameplay

Luigi can jump higher than Mario and has much more momentum. These differences make for a totally unique style of play, which is sure to become clear as soon as you start to guide Luigi around the game’s courses!

Play as Nabbit!

Nabbit, our old friend from New Super Mario Bros. U, can now be selected as a player character in New Super Luigi U’s co-operative multiplayer. While Nabbit can’t use power-ups, he also doesn’t take any damage if he bumps into enemies. As such, he’s an ideal character for anyone who finds action games tricky.

New Super Luigi U is available only during 2013 - The Year of Luigi!

Product Details

  • Platform: Wii U
  • Release Date: 15/04/2016
  • Category: Action, Platformer
  • Multiplayer Mode : Simultaneous
  • Players: 1-5
  • Age Rating: 3 and over
  • Publisher: Nintendo
  • Developer: Nintendo
  • Languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Dutch, Italian, Portuguese, Russian



The Wii U Difference

The Wii U Difference

Wii U is a home videogame console from Nintendo that fundamentally changes the relationship between you and your TV and how you, your friends and family all connect.

New Super Mario Bros. U 'Family' - Wii U Trailer

Wii U - the controller!

What's Different in New Super Luigi U? (Wii U)

Learn everything that's different in New Super Luigi U, the DLC and standalone expansion for New Super Mario Bros. U on Wii U


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10 out of 10


Southampton GB Mature Gamer
Great machine, might be last hen graphics. Nothing can beat Nintendo for pure fun though with games.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful
Confirmed purchase: 27 July 2015
Published on: 10 August 2015
8 out of 10


Middlesbrough GB Parent of gamer
I've seen the Nintendo wii U get some harsh comments doing the rise of the ps 4 and X box 1.
I personally think it's been a joy to get away from that hardcore gaming that the ps 4 and X box 1 provides great in its own right.
I love the fact that my son can keep playing his game when I want to watch the TV. I think the quality of the wii U is fantastic, games are great for me and my son to get some good bonding time working together to get through to the end ofor the game.
So Nintendo keep up the great work you guys are doing and keep on bringing us more of the same.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful
Confirmed purchase: 10 November 2013
Published on: 01 November 2014
9 out of 10


GB Mature gamer
Good console but lacks killer games - metroid,star fox
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Confirmed purchase: 06 November 2013
Published on: 22 October 2014
9 out of 10


Liphook GB Parent of gamer
Excellent piece of kit!!
Confirmed purchase: 04 December 2013
Published on: 22 October 2014
10 out of 10


Brough GB Mature gamer
Fantastic console and games :)
Confirmed purchase: 06 May 2014
Published on: 16 October 2014

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