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Coin Rush DLC Coming For New Super Mario Bros. 2

Posted on Friday, September 28 @ 09:36:26 PST by Keri_Honea
Late last night for us Americans, Nintendo's home base held a Nintendo Direct presentation that revealed upcoming DLC content for New Super Mario Bros. 2, Mario's latest adventure released on the Nintendo 3DS.

The DLC will be three Coin Rush packs, and each will cost 200 yen. Noticed that there is no USD price? So far, it's a Japan-only release, but Nintendo of America has confirmed, via Twitter, that it will come to the States.

Each Coin Rush pack contains three levels, and for only 200 yen per pack, this is a lot of bang for the tiny buck. If you want to see more about the gameplay and the levels, check out the trailer from Nintendo Direct below. Warning: It's all Japanese, all the time.

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