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Update: Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story has been removed from the "Intend to Buy" List.  The game will release on September 14th.

Update: Today is the last day to tell Nintendo that you intend to buy Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story.

Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story has been added to the "Intend to Buy" section of the Nintendo Club. You can tell Nintendo that you intend to buy this game between August 14th and September 7th. Doing this will earn you extra points when you register the game with Club Nintendo after its release.

System: Nintendo DS
No. of Players: 1 player
Release Date: September 14, 2009
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: Nintendo/Alpha Dream
Genre: Action, RPG
ESRB Rating:

For those who don't know, Club Nintendo is part of Nintendo's offical website. Members of Club Nintendo can sign up for email alerts for new games, register their consoles to extend the warrenty, register their games to earn points, and spend their points for Nintendo products. These are nice bonuses for stuff you are buying anyway, so I recommend signing up if you don't already have an account.

 

Game Overview

Mario & Luigi Show Their Intestinal Fortitude

In his evil plot to take over the Mushroom Kingdom, Fawful tricks Bowser™ into eating a magic mushroom. The mushroom causes Bowser to begin inhaling everything around him, including Mario™, Luigi™ and Princess Peach™! Do the Mario Bros. have the guts to rescue Peach and escape?

  • Players are in control of two separate storylines. One features Bowser and his efforts to stop an arch-villain from taking over his castle. Meanwhile, inside Bowser, the microbe-sized Mario & Luigi must muscle their way through challenges and keep their nerve if they want to find a way out. They take action to control Bowser from the inside – but without his knowledge.
  • Players can switch between storylines at will. What happens inside Bowser affects what he’s doing on the outside. Sometimes Mario & Luigi must solve puzzles and challenges behind the scenes to help Bowser overcome various obstacles and advance the plot.
  • Players must make well-timed button presses to enhance their performance during battles and challenges. In some battles, Bowser grows so large that players must turn their Nintendo DS or Nintendo DSi™ system sideways, blow into the microphone or tap on the touch screen with the stylus to keep up with the action.
  • The game features the same hilarious dialogue that has been the hallmark of the Mario & Luigi series.

 



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I´m gonna buy it and Scribblenauts the same week.



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No. I bought about 7 hours into the last one and then I found it wasn't worth the trouble. I might consider it if it was quite a bit easier.



 

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definatly a first day buy for me



Yes.



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At Xmas



I will probably buy it, but sadly I expect that Alphadream once again didn't put any sidequests into the game, resulting in close to zero replay value.



Legend11 correctly predicted that GTA IV (360+PS3) would outsell SSBB. I was wrong.

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FreeTalkLive said:
No. I bought about 7 hours into the last one and then I found it wasn't worth the trouble. I might consider it if it was quite a bit easier.

M&L: PiT is considered the easiest one in the series.



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Maybe. First I want to finally get around to completing Superstar Saga, and probably get Partners in Time, then I'll think about it.



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MANUELF said:
FreeTalkLive said:
No. I bought about 7 hours into the last one and then I found it wasn't worth the trouble. I might consider it if it was quite a bit easier.

M&L: PiT is considered the easiest one in the series.

No way. The game can be tough at times. Superstar Saga is much easier, after all you are only using two characters and buttons instead of four.



Legend11 correctly predicted that GTA IV (360+PS3) would outsell SSBB. I was wrong.

A Biased Review Reloaded / Open Your Eyes / Switch Gamers Club