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New Super Mario Bros U multiplayer video, watch us play a 5-player game

ONM Game Night: See Boost Mode in action

Following on from the four-player multiplayer fun of Tank Tank Tank, ONM Game Night continued as ONM and Nintendo TV teamed up for a five-player game of New Super Mario Bros U.

We played Boost Mode. Nintendo TV's Gav Murphy was joined by Nintendo Gamer's Chris Scullion plus ONM's Chandra Nair and Joe Skrebels on the Remotes while Tom East placed the blocks on the GamePad. Of course, you can place blocks to help or hinder your opponents, and Tom, being the nice guy that he is, intended to help his fellow team members but couldn't help but place a block in a Toad's face.

Take a look to see how we got on in a multiplayer game of New Super Mario Bros U, one of the best Wii U games.

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  1. BIGBUTTER Thursday 29th Nov 2012 at 10:09

    Its such a fun game!!! Thanks for Sharing...Oh and the one controlling Yellow toad....Needs to brush up on their Mario skills hehe

  2. 5OUNDWAVE Thursday 29th Nov 2012 at 13:09

    looking good just a shame i have to wait till tomorrow to play it as the hmv i ordered mine from (belfast city centre) isn't doing a midnight opening , they did it for fifa and cod but not the wii u , also i saw someone in hmv today playing rayman , it looked amazing

  3. alexjones94 Thursday 29th Nov 2012 at 15:41

    I'm with Chandra; multiplayer side scrolling Mario is rubbish. The video was fun to watch, mind.

  4. wghtmf Friday 30th Nov 2012 at 13:28

    I feel sorry for Blue Toad...

  5. ZodiacXYZ Saturday 1st Dec 2012 at 00:03

    How did no-one burst out laughing at "you stole my flower".

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