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11 October 2017, 08:07 | Jodi Jackson
A promotional image for"Super Mario Odyssey
The trailer doesn't have much as far as new content goes, save for some new controllable cap things, but jeez does it say a lot about Super Mario Odyssey's tone.
Super Mario Odyssey, due out at the end of this month, has its very own live-action music video featuring a CGI Mario going all Guys "n" Dolls with a troupe of backing dancers.
"It is the return to that open-ended sandbox approach that looks destined to see the Nintendo Switch exclusive score superstardom, which, on early impressions, is set to shortly be celebrated as Mario's greatest ever adventure".
You may recognize the singer featured in the video as Pauline, the woman that Mario saved from Donkey Kong all the way back in 1981. Nearly anything that the hat lands on becomes an extension of Mario himself, as seen by his signature mustache suddenly manifesting on the faces of his enemies, and a few inanimate objects. Bowser has yet again, stolen Princess Peach to marry her. Bowser has also destroyed Mario's hat, so Cappy, a sentient hat, takes its place as Mario drives the Odyssey while collecting Power Moons on the way to save the Princess.
If you want to download a free audio version of "Jump Up, Super Star!", you can find it on Nintendo's official site for the game. Some elements we already know well, such as "Cappy", but there are others shown off which are exciting new information like fun mini-games and co-op.
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