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New Super Luigi U screenshots show various stages, worlds

Saturday, 18th May 2013 20:51 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

New Super Luigi U screenshots have been posted over on Siliconera. The shots provide you with a look at some of the various worlds and stage included in the platformer. New Super Luigi U will release as a standalone title on August 25 in the US and on July 26 in Europe. It will land as DLC for New Super Marios Bros. U in both regions on June 20. As DLC it will run you $19.99 and $29.99 as a retail version.

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  1. ps3fanboy

    another mario game from ninty, what a shocker… they definitive have put the milking machine to full powers. looks like the wii-utanic will not stay afloat much longer now.

    #1 2 years ago
  2. polygem

    it is a luigi dlc

    #2 2 years ago
  3. zinc

    I’ve always prefered Luigi. His little fat bro, gets far too much attention. Luigi has the cooler car & a ghost buster!

    That’s coolness squared, if you ask me :-)

    #3 2 years ago
  4. Lengendaryboss

    @PS3Fanboy
    If you hate milking so much then stop milking the “wii-utanic” phrase not only was it ever funny its really annoying. Think of something else like Doom-U or Dead-U.

    #4 2 years ago
  5. monkeygourmet

    @1

    Can’t it just float off on all that milk though?

    #5 2 years ago
  6. Sini

    doomtendo. wiiutanic is on a whole new level though, never gets old.

    #6 2 years ago
  7. Digital Bamboo

    @4 I second that.
    It actually took me several times reading “wii-utanic” to realize what it was even supposed to mean, it’s so bad. My god man, at least have it rhyme, or be the slightest bit clever if you insist on pasting it everywhere. How about the Wii-adieU?

    #7 2 years ago
  8. TheDarkWeapon

    @7 @4

    Dude… no offense or anything, but check this out

    NSM MARIO U
    LUIGI U
    ZOMBI U
    Wii FIT U

    U.. U.. U.. U.. U.. U.. U..

    And you are bashing that guy for originality… pfff c’mon.

    #8 2 years ago
  9. Clupula

    I still like calling it the Mii-Too. Because it’s Nintendo trying to catch up with Sony and Microsoft, like the out of shape little brother trying to show his older siblings he can do the same things they do, but failing miserably at it.

    #9 2 years ago
  10. Lengendaryboss

    @8
    I am not bashing anyone, i didn’t say think of something original, it was a suggestion. I was just pointing out that he hates milking hence stop milking that phrase adding to that it was never funny more of an annoyance.

    #10 2 years ago
  11. Francis O

    @9 Doucheula

    First of all your analogy is off. Nintendo is older than Microsoft and Sony. So using the litter brother to big brother phrase makes no sense.

    You say Nintendo is trying to catch up or do the things Sony and MS do, however Nintendo doesn’t do anything Sony and MS do.

    Microsoft and Sony have massive system failure problems, example RROD and YLOD

    Why would Nintendo want to copy that?

    Microsoft charges for online play.

    Nintendo’s is free.

    MS and Sony focus on first person shooters, and movie-type games: Heavy Rain, Fable, Killzone, MAG, Halo, Gears of War.

    Nintendo focuses on RPGs, platformers, action, and casual titles: Xenoblade 2, Mario, Bayonetta 2, Metroid, Wii fit, Game & Wario.

    Nintendo isn’t trying to be like Sony and MS at all.

    #11 2 years ago
  12. Lengendaryboss

    @Francis
    Casual titles for casual platforms makes sense. Nintendo being in their own generation is risky and thus slowly but surely they are becoming irrelevant, EA is one step, Rockstar is very likely seeing as none of their core franchises came to Wii. Oh and i would not say MS and Sony focus is on certain games, whereas Forza, GT, Knack, Driveclub, GOW, Singstar, Dance Central, Alan Wake, TLOU, Puppeteer, Crackdown plus PGR doesn’t get focus? and much more other games don’t leave games out pretending it doesn’t exist just prove a point which you failed in doing and don’t mention Bayonetta that is still owned by Sega and a sequel or enhanced edition can come to other platforms, see Ninja Gaiden And Mass Effect published by MS eventually ended up on other platforms.

    #12 2 years ago
  13. Francis O

    @Legendaryboss

    Your factually incorrect on a number of things.

    1. A focus would be what you do the most. The list of games you mentioned, are not a focus for MS and Sony. I see a ‘focus’ as where a company spends the most money on.

    The most money for Sony and Ms are spend on high budget games like Killzone, Uncharted, Halo, and you could add Forza in there. Dance Central, Knack, SingStar, ect are build on a 1/4 of the budget of a Uncharted or Halo.

    Sony and MS focus their resources on those type of franchises more than Knack or Puppeteer.

    It’s funny how you say Nintendo is becoming irrelevant (which you got from Pachter), when on a worldwide basis they sell the most dedicated gaming hardware. Between the Wii, 3DS, DS, and Wii U. Nintendo has the most amount of platforms that still sell. Irrelevant you say? The combined sales of Nintendo’s hardware don’t say that.

    MS is only relevant in the US and Parts of Europe. What about Japan? MS Sold less than 2 million 360s in Japan. That is irrelevant.

    While Sega owns the rights to Bayonetta, they do not own the rights to Bayonetta 2. As the game is fully funded by Nitnendo. It will not come to other platforms, Hideki Kamiya has confirmed this himself.
    http://www.ign.com/articles/2013/02/08/seems-bayonetta-2-wonderful-101-will-stay-nintendo-exclusive

    Ninja Gaiden was originally and Mass Effect had language in the contract that would let those games go multiplatform.

    The language in the contract of Bayonetta 2 is different.

    #13 2 years ago
  14. Dragon246

    “It’s funny how you say Nintendo is becoming irrelevant (which you got from Pachter), when on a worldwide basis they sell the most dedicated gaming hardware. Between the Wii, 3DS, DS, and Wii U. Nintendo has the most amount of platforms that still sell. Irrelevant you say? The combined sales of Nintendo’s hardware don’t say that. ”

    Proof?Don’t show VGChartz numbers, everybody knows they pull out numbers out of thin air and are generally inflated towards Ninty hardware. They just recently adjusted PS3 numbers up 2.4 million, 360 up 1.4 million,400K up Vita, no adjustments for 3ds,wii and Wii U , and reduced DS numbers which was over-tracked.

    #14 2 years ago
  15. Digital Bamboo

    @8 No offense taken dude, but I am aware that a lot of Wii U games end in U. It’s a simple way of linking game to system, and nothing new.

    I was merely agreeing with #4 that “wii-utanic” is annoying & lame, mostly because it doesn’t make any sense. You can’t just tack “Wii U” onto any phrase arbitrarily and expect it to fly. Otherwise we’d have wii-udenburg’s & wii-unobyl’s clogging up the threads. Wasn’t “bashing” as much as I was trying to spur him to better action.

    #15 2 years ago
  16. Lengendaryboss

    @Francis
    Say what you want Francis but Sony and MS don’t focus entirely on what you said, resources is irrelevant they still have other franchises that they focus on unlike Nintendo. MS and Sony may focus on high budget games but like i said before they also have other franchises that are in the limelight and have their fanbase again do not leave games out just to prove a point. From my POV Nintendo’s focus is on Pokemon,Mario and Zelda not the games you mentioned again you can’t ignore stuff when it suits you.
    The Wii U and 3DS is the current focus and former is doing horrible. I am only factually incorrect in your world right? :D

    #16 2 years ago
  17. Joe Musashi

    @13 “Your factually incorrect on a number of things.”

    O Francis.

    JM

    #17 2 years ago

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