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This review is from: TOSHIBA Canvio Desk 1TB USB 3.0 3.5" Desktop External Hard Drive HDWC110XK3J1 Black
Pros: Size of Memory, Price, having it's own dedicated power source
Cons: None that come to mind
Other Thoughts: Great product. I wanted a hard drive with it's own dedicated power source to use in conjunction with a video game console (Wii U). It works great, runs great, and have no complaints about the product. Received the product in a timely manner.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: New Super Mario Bros. U Wii U Games
Pros: This game actually is a nice combination of classic Super Mario Brothers 3 and Super Mario World. Taking advantage of gamepad play to watch TV, it can also be played on the big screen as well. This game is similar to others in the "New" series in regards to finding secret exits, finding star coins, and other side quests to give this game a lot of re playability.
The big new thing for this game is Challenge mode, where you have to complete certain tasks in a certain amount of time. This is why the most die hard Mario or hard core gamer will find difficulty and be satisfied with the challenge.
While this game offers something for everyone of all skill sets, it is a pleasant surprise over the past few iterations of Mario in regards to level design and challenge.
Cons: The only thing that is frustrating is no on-line play. I realize Nintendo is hesitant to this idea and are the LAST company to offer such things, but the likelihood of me finding several people to play with in my house is pretty slim and would be much easier with friends or randoms on-line.
For serious gamers, or those with Mario experience, there is really no worry of seeing a game over screen. I believe I was at 60 lives after World 1. However, there were certain maps in the second half of the game that brought more challenge.
Other Thoughts: If you own a Wii U, this is a must have gave. While it doesn't utilize the gamepad to its potential, the game itself will offer lots of entertainment and fun, which is what separates Nintendo from its competition.READ FULL REVIEW