During the Nintendo Switch presentation, Nintendo announced that a new Mario game was coming to the system. But unlike previous games, this new game, called Super Mario Odyssey, is a little different this time around.
One of the biggest complaints people have had with both the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U is that when it comes to games, there's usually a gap between releases; a "drought" if you will. This is especially made apparent so far during the Wii U's cycle, where the system would have months go by with nary a single release. But if a recent report is to be believed, Nintendo is aware of this problem, and is promising that their upcoming console, the mysterious NX, will have not just a new Zelda game (obviously Breath of the Wild), but also a new Mario game and surprisingly a new Pokemon game within the first six months of the new console's release.
Whenever people ask what my favorite game of all time is, the answer is always Super Mario Galaxy. With it's awesome incorporation of gravity and planet based platformering, excellently designed levels, and easily the best gaming soundtrack I've ever heard, Super Mario Galaxy is easily on the top of my list, and one that I always recommended people pick up whenever they got a Wii. And now if a new listing on the ESRB's website is to be believed, more people will be able to experience this last generation classic.
In a move that surprised pretty much everybody, famed Nintendo developer Shigeru Miyamoto appeared at Apple's iPhone 7 event today. His purpose? To announce that a new Mario game called Super Mario Run is coming to iOS devices.
If you've ever played a Mario game, you are sure to know of Dry Bones. They are those pesky Skeleton Koopas that are unkillable-- they will collapse when hit, but then return back to normal a few seconds later, giving you only a few moments to escape their path. Since Dry Bones' character model is composed completely out of bones, you would think it would be difficult to pull off a cosplay of him; however, Gramestone's Cosplay managed to create an incredible cosplay of Dry Bones that is eerie yet gorgeous. Totally Epic!
Sonic Generations was already a pretty good game and an excellent way to celebrate the series 20th anniversary, taking everything that made the blue hedgehog so great. So how do you make a game like that even better? Well, according to a group of modders, the answer to that question is simple: put Mario and company in the game.
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