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New Super Mario Bros. Videos and Trailers - DS

Game Description:Get ready for an instant classic! Twenty years after Super Mario Bros. hit the original Nintendo, Mario returns to his roots for an all-new platform adventure on Nintendo DS. Trademark Mario Bros. 2D gameplay gets a boost from 3D graphics as Mario encounters characters and challenges found only in the Mushroom Kingdom! Travel over fields, through castles, in the air, and under the water. Use all new-power-ups like the Blue Shell (which you can take for a ride) and a gigantic Mushroom, which makes Mario mega-sized! Link wirelessly with a friend and play as Mario and Luigi simultaneously as the best of old school Nintendo meets the world of new.
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