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Super Mario Bros. Wonder is one of the biggest Switch games of 2023. With the title now officially launching worldwide, we’d like to hear about what your early thoughts are if you’ve started it up.

If you’ve been playing, what are your early thoughts? What do you think of the new features like the badge system? How do you feel it compares to other 2D Mario games? Let us know in the comments below.

Today, we’re going over a detailed list of requirements in Super Mario Bros. Wonder for 100 percent completion. We won’t have any story or picture spoilers here, but we will briefly discuss the reward you receive for full completion – which some may view as being a little underwhelming.

Super Mario Bros. Wonder dropped just a few days ago, and many of its most dedicated players are already working on fully completing the game. Some of the later levels definitely get tough, but this actually isn’t as tall of an order as it sounds. If you complete every single level and collect all the goodies along the way, full 100 percent completion should take somewhere between 20 and 25 hours. 

Mario Rabbids Sparks of Hope DLC Rayman playable Mario

Mario was obviously a big part of the main experience of Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope, but he actually wasn’t playable in the big Rayman DLC. Instead it was Rabbid Mario and Rabbid Peach that rounded out the lineup.

Speaking with Nintendo Everything, creative director Davide Soliani explained how the playable characters were decided.  Soliani noted that that the Rabbids and Rayman compliment each other well in terms of comedy. Additionally, “Rayman was only a guest because otherwise it would have been like two IPs packed together, an existing one.”

super mario bros wonder voice cast

Super Mario Bros. Wonder is now available, and we have the full voice cast list for the game – including the new ones.

In many ways, the game it’s the beginning of a new era for the franchise as a whole. One reason why is that several characters’ voice actors have been completely recast. While Kenny James remains as Bowser and Caety Sagoian returns as Bowser Jr., most other characters that appear have new voices. Today, we’re going over all the new Super Mario Bros. Wonder voice actors and which characters were affected.

Hot Wheels Unleashed 2: Turbocharged review

System: Switch
Release date: October 19, 2023
Developer: Milestone
Publisher: Milestone

Developer Milestone knows racing games. You may not be familiar with their name, but you’ve definitely at least seen one of their titles before. From the SBK Superbike series of the 00s, through to the thoroughly enjoyable Ride games of the 2010s, Milestone are as synonymous with tires on asphalt as they are with hot dinners. Despite this, 2019’s Hot Wheels Unleashed ultimately ended up a slightly messy affair – plenty of content, but the core experience was lacking in refinement. Fast forward to 2023, and Milestone is back with Hot Wheels Unleashed 2: Turbocharged – an unwieldy name, but is it an equally unwieldy sequel?

Mineko's Night Market review

System: Switch
Release date: September 26, 2023
Developer: Meowza Games
Publisher: Humble Games

Mineko and her father have just moved into a new community. The island town at the base of Mount Fugu used to be full of hustle and bustle, but seems to have fallen from it’s former glory. With the mysterious symbol of worship, the Sun Cat Nikko being sighted, Mineko’s own encounters lead her towards the revival of the town’s iconic Night Market. Gathering items around the island and crafting various things to both sell and fulfill the townsfolks’ various requests is the name of the game with this capitalism simulator – but does Mineko’s Night Market feel like a breakaway from the daily grind, or more like actual work?

Detective Pikachu Returns review

System: Switch
Release date: October 6, 2023
Developer: Creatures
Publisher: Nintendo

Detective Pikachu first released in Japan in 2016, although it wouldn’t be until two years later that western audiences would get their hands on the game. It might be an exaggeration to say that it was a bolt of brilliance, but it clearly left enough of a lasting impact to warrant a sequel on the Switch to tie up loose ends in the plot. The aptly named Detective Pikachu Returns is more of the same, and although for many it will be a game that has arrived a little too late (especially if you’ve seen the movie) it is a game with an abundance of charm that is an easy recommendation to make for younger players and for those looking to kick back, relax, and watch a gruff, overdramatic, coffee-loving Pikachu get himself into all manner of trouble and save the day with his deductive reasoning skills. With a little help from Tim, of course.

Fate/Samurai Remannt review

System: Switch
Release date: September 29, 2023
Developer: Omega Force
Publisher: Koei Tecmo

Although Koei Tecmo has slowed down in recent years with numbered Dynasty Warriors games, one thing it has not let up on are crossover titles, which takes the familiar hack-and-slash formula and gives it a unique twist drawn from another franchise. The latest such crossover is Fate/Samurai Remnant, which takes its inspiration from Type-Moon’s Fate series, an exhaustively convoluted amalgamation of various media that started life as a visual novel in 2004. Despite a few visual hiccups on Switch, Fate/Samurai Remnant is far greater than the sum of its parts, and is a fantastic experience that is an easy recommendation for both newcomers and series veterans for both franchises.

Just like it can be nice to go back to an old movie you love, replaying a game – especially one you really enjoyed – can always be a good time. But with more and more games coming out theses days, it’s sometimes tough to go back to titles you picked up previously. Some are also firmly against replaying games and would rather go for new experiences only.

With so many different opinions out there when it comes to replaying games, what side of the fence do you sit on? Do you ever return to a title you went through before? Or do you primarily stick to new games? Let us know in the comments.

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Paradox Pokemon are one of Scarlet and Violet’s coolest new features. And as is the case with most cool Pokemon, they’re only available at the very end of the game in a place called Area Zero. If you’re looking to catch a few Paradox Pokemon to fill up your Pokedex, we’ve listed all their locations down below. Note that past Paradox Pokemon are exclusive to Pokemon Scarlet, while future Paradox forms are exclusive to Pokemon Violet.

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