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Super Mario Odyssey
Super Mario Odyssey

Nintendo Switch
Genre: Platform
Developer: Nintendo Official Site: http://www.nintendo.com.au/c...
Publisher: Nintendo
Release Date:
October 2017
Friday, 3 November 2017
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:26pm 03/11/17 | 0 Comments
With Nintendo taking to Twitter to make the announcement across multiple regions, including Australia. As the Nintendo Switch heads into its first holiday season this is the sort of news that solidifies what we've all been thinking for quite a while now - the Nintendo Switch is an awesome console.



In the U.S. more than 1.1 million copies were sold over the first week that Super Mario Odyssey went on sale, making it the fastest-selling Switch game to date.



The phenomenal success also carried over to Europe where again Super Mario Odyssey broke records.



Well deserved too. Because it's definitely Game of the Year material.





Thursday, 12 October 2017
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 12:44pm 12/10/17 | 9 Comments
The first review of Super Mario Odyssey, the spiritual successor to Super Mario 64 has been reviewed and awarded a perfect score by respected and long running magazine Edge. That perfect score? A 10. The issue, which is set to hit shelves around the world tomorrow, was spotted early by some keen magazine stand watchers that noticed the 10/10 score.

Here's a snippet.



After our recent hands-on we were thinking that Super Mario Odyssey could very well be as amazing an experience as Super Mario 64, so this reaffirms that idea. And now we can't wait to delve into the full release.
Monday, 9 October 2017
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:45pm 09/10/17 | 1 Comments
After our recent hands-on with Super Mario Odyssey we were impressed with just how much it reminded us of Super Mario 64. And not in the sense of it being a copy, but in the sheer number of ideas and fun new ways it expanded on the concept of the 3D Platformer. Plus, it featured the same solid controls. Out later this month, Nintendo's latest video details what you can expect.

From using Cappy to take control of both classic Mario creatures and new stuff like a Yellow Cab, to the framework of collecting Power Moons, and even all the hidden secrets and mini-games to find, this is our best look at the game yet.



The video also highlights the co-op modes and the newly added for a Mario game Assist Mode, where 'where to go next' arrow appears on the environment for those with little or no 3D Mario experience.

We can't wait to get our hands on the full game once it's out October 27 for Nintendo Switch.