'Super Mario' goes deluxe

This January, Nintendo resurrected "New Super Mario Bros.," originally released in 2012, as "New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe," for Nintendo Switch.

It's still a wonderful 2.5D-platformer, but this "Deluxe" version has Toadette as a playable character with a brand new Super Crown power-up that turns her into a new form known as Peachette. The game also comes pre-loaded with the add-on "New Super Luigi U," which stars Luigi instead of Mario. The Luigi-centered add-on has 82 stages, which means that, combined with the 82 of "New Super Mario Bros. U," this new "Deluxe" version has a whopping 164 stages to challenge players.