Select Best Buy stores across the nation are holding special Super Mario Odyssey events tomorrow, October 21st, from 12pm – 3pm for fans. Players will have the chance to explore another new world from the game, as well as receive an exclusive sticker book (while supplies last).
If you’re interested in the event, you can head over here to see if your local store is listed.
Don’t get too excited. Nintendo isn’t releasing a musical Mario tour of sorts, but Super Mario Odyssey releases in just over two weeks, and the game’s musical impact has been vital to its success. With that in mind, Nintendo has released a new musical trailer, featuring the game’s theme song, “Jump Up, Super Star!”
Super Mario Odyssey releases on October 27, 2017 for Nintendo Switch.
Nintendo has released a new trailer for Super Mario Odyssey, that’s filled to the brim with new enemies, transformations, and locales across the massive game. Together with his new trusted hat-ally, Cappy, Mario has to rescue Princess Peach once again across a universe of realities.
The game looks incredible, with an immense amount of anticipation for the holidays. Super Mario Odyssey releases on October 27th, 2017 for Nintendo Switch.
One of the biggest piece of news to come out of today’s fairly lackluster Nintendo Direct was the announcement of a Super Mario Odyssey bundle for the Nintendo Switch. The bundle comes with the Nintendo Switch console, special edition red Joy-Cons, and a beautiful custom carrying case branded for Super Mario Odyssey.
The bundles for the Switch have all been fantastic, and this is no different. Those red Joy-Cons are gorgeous! Pre-Orders should open soon for the bundle.
Nintendo has announced a new Nintendo Direct, set for this Wednesday, September 13th. The direct will begin at 3PM PST. “Tune in for nearly 45 minutes of information mainly focused on what’s headed to Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS over the next few months, including new details about Super Mario Odyssey.”
You can tune in on Nintendo’s YouTube, or over at the Official Website.
Since the introduction of ESRB ratings in 1994, no Super Mario title has ever received a rating higher than E for Everyone. Yoshi’s Island and Super Mario 64 both received the now-retired “Kids to Adults,” which was quickly replaced by the E for Everyone rating that every Super Mario title since has received.
However, Super Mario Odyssey has been given a rating of E10+, for everyone ages ten and up. The rating is described by the ESRB as containing “cartoon, fantasy or mild violence, mild language and/or minimal suggestive themes.”
Nintendo has released the endlessly-catchy theme song that present in the new gameplay trailer for Super Mario Odyssey, and it’s something else. A big brass band plays, with some fantastic meta vocals by Pauline, the damsel-in-distress from the original Donkey Kong game, who just so happens to also be the mayor of New Donk City, the home of Odyssey.