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Super Mario Odyssey new overview trailer: It's time to get excited

11 October 2017, 03:58 | Jodi Jackson

Director Explains why You Can’t Lose Lives in Super Mario Odyssey By Jannik Rafael Andersen

Director Explains why You Can’t Lose Lives in Super Mario Odyssey
                By Jannik Rafael Andersen

Odyssey is shaping up to be one of the most innovative Mario games yet.

In fact, for as fun as it was to see these old games get some love, it also made me want Nintendo to acknowledge them again in new games. Older games have even been getting new versions.

The days before Nintendo's return to 3D platforming are numbered, and for many Mario fans, the excitement is palpable.

Thomas G. surged up through the "underground", the loser's bracket, after overcoming opponents in games like Mario Party 2 and Super Mario Bros.

Nintendo's social media marketer needs a pat on the back for that pun. It's already well known that Cappy allows Mario to bridge gaps and possess enemies, enabling further exploration and access to new areas.

The Los Angeles kickoff event will be held at Universal CityWalk, with plenty of opportunities to play the game and take photos with Mario – the only celebrity in the city that knows how to triple jump.

This Assist Mode features stuff like obvious directions to get to the end of a level, a bubble that helps you when missing platforms in an attempt to make platforming easy, and stands as a basic aid for those who have trouble and happen to be stuck on a specific part.

In the trailer, Mario can be seen wearing a construction worker outfit and an explorer ensemble, aside from his classic blue overalls with a red shirt.

In addition to all of these activities, Nintendo will also host game tournaments that will be live-streamed from the E3 show floor. Cappy has the ability to take over objects and as the player, we'll be able to control that object. The idea of mind control is still not settling well with us, but we're willing to ignore it for the sake of a great game. He competed in the Nintendo World Championships 2017. Over the course of the next few weeks, so many major games are releasing that there will be nearly too many games.

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