Super Mario Odyssey “All About Transformations!”

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The next big 3D Mario game, Super Mario Odyssey, has gotten a slew of gameplay PVs courtesy of E3, revealing that one of the main mechanics will be Mario’s ability to take the form of almost any being or object and sure to be another brand new gameplay experience for Mario fans – much like the previously unveiled Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle.

The new E3 trailer:

Almost an hour’s worth of gameplay courtesy of E3:

Kenta Motokura, the game’s director, participates in a developer diary for Super Mario Odyssey:

Obsessed Nintendo fanboys can buy up Super Mario Odyssey in droves when it releases for the Nintendo Switch on October 27th.


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    Comment by Anonymous
    21:23 16/06/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    I think you mean possession rather than transformation

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    Comment by jr2nd
    02:18 17/06/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    not to mention this game has got SJW's up in a raw why?

    Mario wearing a sombrero & pancho = Racism & Cultural Appropriation

    lol

    Comment by Anonymous
    19:35 15/06/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    THE DINOSAUR!!

    Comment by Anonymous
    21:43 15/06/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    im goknba?

    how

    Comment by Anonymous
    22:17 15/06/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    If this doesn't kickstart the Nintendo Switch, nothing will.

    Third party developers are hesitant to make the effort with the Switch, but something that sells a shit ton of units may just encourage ports.

    It's not like it'd be impossible to port most Xbox or PS4 games to the Switch. You'd look at it like with PC gaming. You'd have the high settings(PS4, Xbox One) and then you have the very low(Switch). It'd still run.

    Comment by Anonymous
    14:49 17/06/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    They won't. They know that nobody in their sane mind will skip a $250 PS4 where you can get more bang for your buck + best third party support + cheaper prices overall just to be stuck in a mario machine playing old downgraded ports that will still cost $60 even 2 years later...
    Even Bethesda isn't wasting time promoting Skyrim on the Switch, they noticed that in the end only fanboys will buy it, so just drop a link/mario dlc in....

    Nintendo still makes good games but the whole package of good mario games/rehashes/bad overall system support/lack of features/weak hardware/missing tons of titles/etc looks less and less attractive to average consumers every year.

    Comment by Anonymous
    00:15 16/06/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    so thats why the dinosaurs became extinct...!

    Comment by Anonymous

    ...looks like those bad 'real world' sonic games

    Comment by Anonymous
    06:29 16/06/2017 # ! Neutral (+0.2)

    looks like one of those bad 'real world' people that has no taste in games.

    Comment by Anonymous

    Looks like one of those bad 'real world' people who never played those bad 'real world' sonic games.

    Comment by Anonymous
    01:47 17/06/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    That's the impression I got, too. Mostly because the Sonic games went for the same style and failed.

    Comment by Anonymous

    that was exactly what I tought
    some mechanics look fun and Im sure its an average good mario game but, Mario and all the iconic stuff from the games doesn't match in a non fantasy colorful setting just like Sonic '06



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