New Championship Mode Brings Nostalgic Competition to NES Remix 2 - Released 25th April on Nintendo eShop For Wii U

New Championship Mode Brings Nostalgic Competition to NES Remix 2 - Released 
25th April on Nintendo eShop For Wii U 
WINDSOR, ENGLAND -- (Marketwired) -- 04/10/14 --  A new 'Championship
Mode' inspired by the iconic Nintendo World Championship event -
which took place in the US in 1990 - is making its way into the
upcoming NES Remix 2, launching exclusively on Nintendo eShop for Wii
U on 25th April. Championship Mode challenges players to achieve the
highest cumulative score in three specific games using a
multiplier-based scoring system, with players required to have save
data from the first NES Remix in order to enjoy this competitive new
With the Championship Mode line-up comprising of Super Mario Bros.,
Super Mario Bros. 3 and Dr. Mario, players will take on a series of
three successive score-based challenges in these games to achieve a
cumulative total score. In addition, your score can also be posted to
Miiverse, so you can compete with friends and other players. 
NES Remix 2 is a mashup of classic Nintendo games that features
challenges from many different NES games like Kid Icarus, Kirby's
Adventure and Metroid. Just like NES Remix, this sequel includes
stages from NES games with added challenges, as well as modified
stages that introduce new elements. 
More information on NES Remix 2, releasing on 25th April on Nintendo
eShop for Wii U, can be found by visiting the game's new website. 
For further details: 
NES Remix 2 website  
Wii U website 
Wii U (UK) on Facebook 
Nintendo UK on YouTube 
Nintendo of Europe on Twitter 
Nintendo UK on Twitter 
Nintendo UK Online Store 
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