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Since a couple of companies are discriminating against Family Friendly Gaming for standing up for Biblical truths and Biblical values we decided to purchase a newer game once a quarter. Captain Toad Treasure Tracker from Nintendo is the first game to benefit from this new FFG original program. Nintendo has proven themselves to be the kings of rehash, and that is right where this Wii U game fits.

Captain Toad Treasure Tracker is selling (at the time this review was written) for $39.99. In all honesty based on the content families receive it should be priced at $15.00. Captain Toad Treasure Tracker is light on content, light on levels, and the levels are tiny. Pay forty, beat it in a weekend and feel like Nintendo robbed you.

What makes matters worse is how much content Nintendo recycled into this game. We have graphics, characters, art, music, bosses, and level design. Nintendo is now at the point that they throw together past content, add a few new things, and slap a high price tag on the product. Shame on you Nintendo. Your greed is bad enough. Add in their lack of innovation and effort for a real losing combination.

Players not allowed the jumping ability in Captain Toad Treasure Tracker. So you have to walk around, and fall down in certain places. Players can take two hits before they lose a life. Lose enough lives and an invincibility plant is there to be pulled up (like in Super Mario Bros 2). Having to rotate the camera and avoid getting hit is an annoying game play mechanic at best. A rage quit inducer at worst.

If you own Super Mario 3D World then you get some bonus levels. Which consist of walking around a few levels from that game as Captain Toad. The three main episodes of Captain Toad Treasure Tracker could create gender confusion since the game rotates male and female characters needing rescued.
- Paul


Graphics: 65%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 50%
Gameplay: 50%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: Wii U
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: Nintendo EAD Tokyo Group No. 2

Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
{Mild Cartoon Violence}

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