The answer, according to a new Super Mario Odyssey trailer, would be a riff on very New York-y Broadway musicals, complete with a dancing troupe in grey suits and fedoras. First there was that Super Mario Bros. film back in the nineties (shudder); then there was...
Later this month, Super Mario Odyssey is taking everyone's favorite (former) plumber further than ever before on the Nintendo Switch, sending our hero to a vast array of new worlds, including a semi-realistic urban realm known as New Donk City.
Along with the recent trailer, there has been brand new gameplay shown off, a surprise appearance at the Nintendo World Championships, a Nintendo Direct and more.
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Unfortunately, there are no answers to be found in the video.
The trailer takes place during the "New Donk City Festival", and while it's unclear if that's a festival in the game, we're now hoping that it's included.
The game is out on October 27 for the Nintendo Switch, and will be a holiday must-buy for Switch owners. And now we know when it'll be released. The trailer also revealed some of the features that will be evident in the game. If you can get past the cringey host, this is a fun video to watch.
SNES Classic Edition Back In Stock At GameStop And ThinkGeek This Week
According to a post on Famitsu and subsequent thread on NeoGAF , the SNES Classic has sold over 368,000 units in just four days. Translations of the Game Boy trademark don't mention a classic system specifically.
Sure, it's a music video for the main theme song of the game.
YouTube commenter Sam Muir6 said it best when he described the video as "Super Mario La La Land".
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