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NES Remix 2




NES Remix 2 


The first NES Remix was unexpected. Once we did hear about it, we expected something different. We thought we were going to play through retro games in a whole new way. Instead NES Remix was like quite a few micro games thrown together. Like what we see in Warioware games. Of course it was done with 8-bit NES video games.

NES Remix 2 improves upon the original in almost every single way. Better games from that era. New Miiverse stamps to unlock. Sorry nothing to promote your favorite video game website. The flow seems better in NES Remix 2 too. The difficulty has been tweaked to be more open to families as well.

Most of the different remixed games in NES Remix 2 start easy, and get more difficult. I absolutely hate the ones that require four tasks to be completed to get those three stars. It seems one or more near the end will kill my chance at the rainbow gold stars.

Nintendo listened to the complaints from millions of Family Friendly Gaming readers. They added a retro game in NES Remix 2. They included Super Luigi Bros. This is the 8-bit Super Mario Bros done with Luigi. Oh and one minor twist - you play the entire game backwards. Instead of going from left to right, you have to go from right to left. This messes you up more than you might think.

NES Remix 2 starts with one level unlocked. Then you unlock additional content as you play through the game. When you hit a certain number of stars then you unlock new levels, or new games to play. Points are also awarded for playing. They are what unlocks the stamps for the Miiverse. They are unlocked with each level the player gains.

I like NES Remix 2 a lot more than I did the first NES Remix. If you have NES Remix, and you purchase NES Remix 2, then you can unlock the Championship Mode. The Championship Mode is for the most hardcore gamers who can get the highest scores in rapid fire game play from older games. The scoring system from the 1990 Nintendo World Championships is used.
- Paul


Graphics: 64%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 67%
Family Friendly Factor: 71%

System: Wii U
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: Nintendo
Rating: 'E' for Everyone
{Mild Fantasy Violence}

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