Super Mario Odyssey is big, complex, and surprisingly hard
Tuesday, 13 June 2017 () Mario’s next big adventure, Super Mario Odyssey on Nintendo Switch, follows the open-world formula established by Super Mario 64. In Odyssey you’ll explore huge spaces, uncovering secrets and collectables, traversing everything from the rooftops of skyscrapers to icy underground caverns. I had the chance to play a 10 minute-long demo of the game here at E3, and while it introduces a number of clever and inventive new gameplay twists, there was one aspect that stood out the most: this game is really hard.
The area I played — New Donk City — is a New York-style urban cityscape, complete with tall buildings, yellow taxis, green parks, and properly proportioned humans who look bizarre standing next to the squat, cartoonish Mario. Much like...
The newest entry in the long-running "Super Mario" series, "Super Mario Odyssey," has a delightful throwback to the original "Super Mario Bros."
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Mario's sentient, enemy-capturing hat in Super Mario Odyssey has made its way into Super Mario 64 and honestly it's gotten completely out of hand.
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