'New Super Mario Bros. 2' is a Nintendo 3DS title.
Several downloadable add-on level packs will be made available for Nintendo's recently-released 3DS game New Super Mario Bros. 2, with the first three packs launching on October 4. Each new pack contains three courses and can be purchased from within the game at a price of $2.50 per pack. Subsequent packs will be on the way, with the next arrivals at the end of October and the end of November.
While normal Coin Rush Mode offers players three levels chosen at random, the ones in the add-on pack are the same three in the same order every time.
"Nintendo fans have really enjoyed the fun and competition of Coin Rush Mode, recently surpassing more than 100 billion total coins collected worldwide," said Scott Moffitt, Nintendo of America's executive vice president of Sales & Marketing. "These new packs offer completely new levels that fit into the New Super Mario Bros. 2 world, but offer new challenges that will keep players coming back for more."
The packs being released on Oct. 4 include:
- Gold Rush Pack: Fun new courses that give novice players the best chance to collect lots of gold, and veterans the chance to set even higher Coin Rush records.
- Coin Challenge Pack A: The New Super Mario Bros. 2 website will track the rankings based on the scores for this pack, enabling players to measure their scores against other tallies from around the world in these more open courses.
- Nerve-Wrack Pack: Intense new courses designed for veteran players looking for new challenges.
These packs can be purchased with the following procedures: Players who are connected to a wireless Internet connection must first activate SpotPass in the game and receive a notification from New Super Mario Bros. 2
. After receiving the notification, the next time the player enters Coin Rush Mode, a Shop icon will appear in the game. Players who have accessed the shop can then read information about the packs, including descriptions, difficulty ratings and the required storage space. As long as players have enough funds in their Nintendo eShop balance, they can then tap and purchase the packs they want all within the game.
New Super Mario Bros. 2 is rated "E for Everyone" by the ESRB.