GAMEPLAY: It took a while to get used to Luigi’s higher and floatier jump, but it opens up for even more acrobatic moves, so it’s fine. The level design is much more focused, which is more fun in some ways (quicker levels, smaller area to search for star coins), but worse if you’re co-op:ing, because there’s often just no space for more than one player.
AUDIOVISUALLY: Exactly the same plain visuals as NSMBU.
STORY/PRESENTATION: Exactly the same as NSMBU.
MULTIPLAYER: Since the level design requires more perfection, it’s harder or near impossible with two people, but you can bubble yourself and let just one person run through the tightest spots. It’s still a lot of fun!
I’ll just never get tired of playing through level after level. Hopefully Mario Maker 2 has co-op and is just as stimulating.