Planning on buying New Super Mario Bros. U when that shiny new Nintendo console rolls around on November 18/30? You might have more to enjoy than the base game, then - the company has revealed that it is planning additional courses as downloadable content.
"We're trying to think of ways of play that are different from New Super Mario Bros. 2,
but we haven't made anything yet," said producer Takashi Tekuza during a special Iwata Asks Q&A session
"The mechanism for adding courses is already there, so please stand by for an update on what they'll be like," added game planner Daiki Iwamoto.
The rest of the Iwata Asks session is a fascinating and (as usual) somewhat entertaining read, so it's worth checking it out to see the main developers for NSMBU
talk about Mario blinking, level design and all that jazz.