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|Manufacturer Warranty:||None||Platform:||Nintendo Wii U|
|Custom Bundle:||No||Game Name:||Super Mario 3D World|
|Video Game Series:||Super Mario 3D World||Publisher:||Nintendo|
|Sub-Genre:||Not Applicable, Kids||Rating:||E-Everyone|
|Features:||Complete Edition, Manual Included, Multiplayer||MPN:||WUPARDEUSA|
|Genre:||Platformer||Country/Region of Manufacture:||United States|
|Region Code:||NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)||UPC:||0045496903213|
Gamers find themselves in the Sprixie Kingdom, where they must rescue Sprixie and her fairylike friends from the clutches of Bowser as they guide Nintendo's iconic plumber through a classic mix of 3D exploration and side-scrolling action in Super Mario 3D World. Up to four players can join the action at any time, helping one another find stars, or competing to collect the most coins in a given stage. Gamers can use new power-ups to help them through the adventure, including Super Bells that turn them into a wall-climbing cat, or the Double Cherry that creates character clones.
Super Mario 3D World makes full use of the GamePad, letting players tap the touch screen to freeze enemies, open door, or find invisible objects, or tilt the controller to change the vantage point and reveal hidden areas, and the game supports off-TV play. Some levels contain special stamps for gamers to collect and display in the Miiverse, and two separate game modes include the green-star collecting of Mystery House and the puzzle-like Adventures of Captain Toad.
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||175959727|
|Product Key Features|
|Platform||Nintendo Wii U|
|Game Name||Super Mario 3D World|
|Additional Product Features|
|Number of Players||1-4|
|Genre||Action/Adventure, Adventure, Action/Adventure|
|ESRB Descriptor||Mild Cartoon Violence|
|Game Name Special Features||Team up with Mario and his friends on an adventure set in the expansive new Sprixie Kingdom Use the new Super Bell, Double Cherry, and Cannon Block power-ups to explore 3D environments Join up to three friends for competitive|
|Game Name Series||Super Mario Series|
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Expédition et manutention
Expédition standard (USPS First Class®)
Livraison prévue entre le sam.. 19 juin. et le mar.. 22 juin. vers
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Teamwork makes the dream work.
Super Mario 3D World is much like a return to classic style Mario games with structured level gameplay and a simple story. While the gameplay is very simple and the level design is minimalistic, that does not mean the gameplay is boring. The levels are engaging, and there are secrets everywhere. While the game can be played in Single Player, it is very heavily oriented towards a co-op, multiplayer experience involving lots of teamwork. And while this is a nice feature, it is also one of its greatest flaws. At times, it can be hard to keep track of who you are on the screen, and can be a little annoying if you don't have a group who can stick together and accomplish goals as a team and won't get too competitive or greedy. So in short, this is a great game for families and friends who want to have a team building experience, this is a fantastic game. However, if you're planning on playing this with little kids, just be sure to be patient with them, and remember to have fun.
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : d'occasion | Vendu par : sidescrollersnj
It's Mario at his best!!
This has quickly become one of my absolute favorite Mario games!! The game play is so much fun. There is so much to explore on each level that you'll find yourself running out of time. I have found myself replaying many of the levels, which is not something I normally enjoy. As typical Mario, the levels become more challenging as you advance, but not frustratingly so. It's a perfect combo of old and new Mario alike. The new cat suit adds so much extra to this game. In my opinion, this is a Mario game that multiple age groups will enjoy. Every Wii U owner should have this in their collection!!
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : d'occasion | Vendu par : decluttr_store
Fun Game, But Can Be Frustrating
This is a really enjoyable game to play with friends, and I love the different character options to utilize different abilities. The only downside is if you play alone and die, you have to start from the last checkpoint, and if you play with friends, dying makes you lose a life, but you get bubbled back to your friends (the downside here is that the more players, the more chances to mess up for the team and miss level stars. Still playing through it with two others, and I love it, but I also hate how infuriating it can be at times haha. I really want to dock a star or two because of how angry this game makes me at times, but it's not the game's fault that I am horrible at 3D platformers!
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : d'occasion | Vendu par : mom_and_dad_plu...
replacement for son..
My son loves this game but unfortunately he accidentally broke the one we had for the Wii U. As the Wii U is no longer an actively selling gaming system I was worried that it would be hard to replace but I was able to find it pretty quickly and get it for very cheap at least a lot cheaper than I initially paid for it.... Cellar put it in the mail straight away and we got it within 3 days of ordering it so Kudos on shipping speed as well! In my daughter and son are happy to have their game back and started playing it right away!
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : d'occasion | Vendu par : lastcastle_variety
Small gripes aside, this is a solid game. "Must have" for Wii U.
The Mario Bros. games will always be awesome and have a place in my heart... With this said, there have been some changes through the years in the series. Some of them good, some of them bad. Let me start by saying that the graphics, textures, and all the other things that come with the advance of technology has made the series "look" better. With that being said in my opinion the games have become harder to control because of the dumbing down of the gameplay and the over-complications of the controls themselves. I am not complaining about having more buttons and more "moves" to do with those buttons... Basically "long story short", as an example the jump mechanics have a different trajectory than that of previous Mario Bros. games and it seems like this is another trait that suffers with each new installment. Small gripes aside, this is a solid game and I would definitely call it a "must have" for the Wii U.