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Amazon added in a listing this week for a new officially-licensed Super Mario Odyssey Accessory Set for Switch. It includes a soft pouch, game card case with carabiner, silicone Joy-Con grips, and analog caps.

Amazon is taking pre-orders for the set here. It’s tentatively slated for November 27.

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GameXplain put together a neat video showing some of the secrets Super Mario Odyssey possesses. The great thing is that you won’t find much in the way of spoilers here. We won’t put any of the secrets out just in case you want to go in with an absolutely pure experience, but the video is worth a look.

In the English version of Super Mario Odyssey, Kate Higgins plays the role of Pauline and is behind the “Jump Up, Super Star!” song. Higgins has been involved with many anime including Naruto, plus a bunch of different games like Fire Emblem Awakening, Xenoblade Chronicles X, and Sonic.

With Higgins’ important role made known, Game Informer caught up with her for some interview questions. Higgins spoke with the publication about recording for Nintendo’s new song and voicing Pauline in Super Mario Odyssey.

Read what Higgins shared on these topics below. Game Informer has the full interview here.

The reviews for Super Mario Odyssey dropped yesterday, and Nintendo couldn’t have hoped for a better reception. Switch’s new game earned heaps of praise from all sorts of outlets.

On GameRankings, which archives reviews across generations, Super Mario Odyssey is now the highest rated game of all time with a score of 98.92%. Nintendo actually owns the full top five on the site. Super Mario Galaxy is #2 at 97.64%, followed by Zelda: Ocarina of Time at 97.54%, Super Mario Galaxy 2 at 97.35%, and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 97.28%.

Super Mario Odyssey has many, many Power Moons to collect. We’re talking hundreds. It’ll take some effort to collect them all, but there is something waiting for you at the end of the road. If you’d like to see what that is, continue on below.

With Super Mario Odyssey launching today, the first update has already gone live. Version 1.0.1 is now available.

We can say that the launch update isn’t anything too speculator. “Several fixes have been made to enhance the user’s experience,” Nintendo says in its update notes.

We’ll have to see how often Super Mario Odyssey is updated in the future. Nintendo will want to address any small issues (if there are any), but this isn’t a game like Splatoon 2 or ARMS in which there will be somewhat frequent patches.

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We previously mentioned that Nintendo was taking Mario across the United States to celebrate the launch of Super Mario Odyssey. things culminated in New York City last night at Rockefeller Plaza.

The first big part of the celebration was an elaborate dance number set to the tune of the “Jump Up, Super Star!” song from the game. The event also had visits from the Mario costumed character and actor and singer Jordan Fisher, the chance to play Super Mario Odyssey, fans purchasing the game at midnight at the Nintendo NY store, and an appearance from Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime.

Have a look at some photos from last night’s launch event below.

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Several new PC / smartphone rewards have been added to My Nintendo in Europe. They are as follows:

Platinum Points:

Wallpaper – Super Mario Odyssey (Cappy) – 50 Platinum Points

Wallpaper – Super Mario Odyssey (Map) – 50 Platinum Points

Gold Points:

Starter Guide – Super Mario Odyssey – 10 Gold Points

Starter Guide – Metroid: Samus Returns – 10 Gold Points

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Super Mario Odyssey is having a big launch event at New York’s Rockefeller Center tonight. Before the official release, a special dance number was performed. It featured Jordan Fisher, who was in Hamilton on Broadway. You can see a video from Nintendo of the dance routine below.


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Digital Foundry managed to get its hands on the final retail copy of Super Mario Odyssey. Today, the outlet published its technical findings pertaining to the game.

Digital Foundry first points out how Nintendo took great care in paying attention to Super Mario Odyssey’s smaller details. When rolling down a hill, for example, Mario will be covered in dirt. It’ll then wash off if you jump into a nearby pool of water. Mario also has real momentum this time, so he’ll slow up / speed down properly as he runs up / down hills.

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