Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe, as we said before, is the Super Mario Bros. The U game has been refurbished and adapted for Switch. Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe also features New Super Luigi U. Thus, the number of episodes that you will play is doubled.
Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe has a total of five characters. These are Mario, Luigi, Toad, Toadette and Nabbit. Although Mario, Luigi and Toad play a lot of things, playing with Toadette and Nabbit makes things a little easier. Super Mario Bros. Toadette, our new added character with U Deluxe, is transformed into a Peachette with the Super Crown item you can find in the game, gaining gliding and double-hopping abilities. Nabbit isn’t influenced by the creatures in the game, so the game turns into a platform game you just run straight.
Super Mario Bros. There are 82 different sections in U Deluxe. These sections are designed on different themes and their challenges are increasing. In the beginning, you can find your way through the sections by waving your hand and then trying yourself for the twentieth time. Particularly in the end of the game, some of the sections you encounter may cause you to send plenty of greetings to the developers.
If you think you’re a patient, even, and even if you enjoy pain, Nintendo also thought of you. With the New Super Luigi U you can play these 82 episodes again, but unlike the normal sections, your time here is incredibly short and you can’t complete the episode at the slightest slowness. In New Super Luigi U, your characters can jump higher but you can’t play with Mario.
In addition to the tasks in the main story of the game, there are also secret places waiting to be discovered. If you think there’s a different secret section in almost every section, you’ll have to play every part over and over again. Super Mario Bros., You can play U Deluxe together with your friends for up to four people. Already the biggest pleasure of the game is also here. By working together at some points, you can quickly complete the parts, or stay in the middle of complete chaos.
Super Mario Bros.’s one of the biggest problems U Deluxe has is the recording system. In the game you can only get records after the boss fights. If you play after recording and you die after a few chapters pass, you are losing your progress. There is also a Quick Record system in the game, but if you leave the game without using it, or if the Nintendo Switch is out of charge, you have to play from your last record. Although it seems like a simple thing, it is not a pleasant experience to have to play a part where you have to swallow cold sweat.
Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe gives 1080p when we connect to a TV unit and 720p when we play in portable mode. In both modes the game comes with 60 FPS locked. With the exception of the two troubles experienced by the controls, Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe in general, the game runs on the Nintendo Switch, I can say.
The graphics of the game stand really great on the Nintendo Switch. Your console is absolutely successful. But I can’t say what I said about the graphics for the music of the game. The music of the game is repetitive; it becomes annoying after a point rather than making you excited.
Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe, Super Mario Bros. U successfully conveys the game to the next generation. If you like pure fun-oriented games and Super Mario Bros. Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe is really a game to be taken. Especially if you are playing with your family or friends, one of the best games you can get is Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe.