Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury
brings the 3D Mario outing from the Wii U and brings it over to the Nintendo Switch. But, it does so in a new package, with the B-Side being a brilliant remix in the form of Bowser's Fury. A brilliant open-world jam that takes the genius of Super Mario Odyssey and runs with it. On all fours, paws to the ground.
This is essentially a review of that game in Nintendo Switch form. That is, until you realise ol’ Ninty has added a little something extra to the release -- and the game’s title. An additional mode, an expansion; a second game in the form of Bowser’s Fury. Now, in 2021 it's fair to think of Bowser’s Fury as a quasi-sequel of sorts to 2017’s brilliant Super Mario Odyssey. It presents a single, large open-world to explore, and a premise that is equally charming, fun, and cute. It’s also as strange as Mario’s team-up with a sentient hat that for some reason lets him Being John Malkovich a dinosaur.
Our Full Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury Review
Here Cat Mario needs to collect Cat Shines in the cat world in order to awaken the Giga Bell that can transform him into Giga Cat Mario in order to take on the giant Fury Bowser in a battle akin to Godzilla v Meowthra. And he does so by teaming up with Bowser Jr., who’s realised that this time his dad’s fully out of control.