Submit a news tip



Super Mario Maker 2

Hello my lovely listeners-as-a-service! This week on Nintendo Everything Podcast, we’re bringing up the topic that Galen dubs, “evolving games”. These are games like Splatoon 2 and Super Mario Maker 2 that are back-loaded with post-launch content. Is this new release and marketing strategy to keep a game topical good or bad? Why is it done? Is this a model that can sustain itself for years to come? We also have more Final Fantasy VII Remake impressions now that Oni Dino has beaten the game, and we go hypothetical in our listener mail segment with dream studios working on dream IPs.

If you’re enjoying NEP, please consider giving us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts, and share us with a friend. It’s incredibly helpful in getting us exposed to new listeners through algorithms, so we would greatly appreciate your help. Thank you for listening!

GameXplain has posted a few videos showcasing the new 3.0.0 update for Super Mario Maker 2, including World Maker and more. We’ve rounded up the footage below.

Super Mario Maker 2’s latest and final update is now live. Nintendo has started distribution of version 3.0.0, which includes World Maker, new course parts, and more.

Below are the full patch notes:

Yesterday, Nintendo unveiled the final major update for Super Mario Maker 2. There are new additions like the Koopalings, but the main highlight is that players will finally be able to create a world map.

Thanks to Nintendo, we have another look at the update with a batch of screenshots. Check out the full set below.

Learn more about the upcoming Super Mario Maker 2 update here.

Super Mario Maker 2 is getting one final free update on April 22, Nintendo has announced. Among the new features included, players will finally be able to create their own world map.

As far as enemies go, all seven of the Koopalings will now be available, in addition to Phanto and the Mechakoopas. New power-ups include the SMB2 Mushroom, Frog Suit from Super Mario Bros. 3, Power Balloon from Super Mario World, the Super Acorn from New Super Mario Bros. U, and the Boomerang Flower from Super Mario 3D World. Five variations for wearables will also be added like the Cannon Box and Propeller Box from Super Mario 3D World.

Here’s the full announcement and trailer:

Nintendo is continuing on with its “Switch My Way” commercial series, this time featuring Super Mario Maker 2. View the advert below.

Nintendo isn’t finished with its plans for Super Mario Maker 2. Tucked away inside a Japanese post regarding the recent Zelda-related addition, a note was included mentioning that there are still updates planned for the game.

As far as new features go, Super Mario Maker has had two big patches. Version 1.1.0 in October was highlighted by the addition of the ability to play online with friends. Then with version 2.0.0 in December, new course parts were added including the Master Sword, Ninji Speedruns, and more.

It was announced a few days ago that Super Mario Maker 2 players have uploaded over ten million courses. The upload limit for players was also increased to a total of 100.

Source

Nintendo has announced a new milestone for Super Mario Maker 2. Since launch, players have uploaded over 10 million courses worldwide.

Today’s news was celebrated by increasing the number of levels players can share online to a maximum of 100.

Here’s a brief video celebrating the milestone:

Super Mario Maker 2 originally limited players to uploading up to 32 courses online. Then at the end of July, the cap was increased to 64. It has now been raised once again.

Following a bit of maintenance, Super Mario Maker 2 players can now upload a maximum of 100 courses. This is expected to be the final increase for the game. Nintendo had said in July that it would be raising the limit “one more time”, so that should be it.

Thanks to Jake for the tip.

It’s the last episode of NEP of the decade! Join Oni Dino and Galen as they give their personal awards across the nightmare-scape that is gaming in 2019. Biggest surprise, biggest embarrassment/controversy, best new character, and so much more. The gang employs a process of elimination that requires bargains, arguments, concessions and a whole lot of passive aggressive love. What will win? How will we compromise? Who won’t make it out alive?

If you’re enjoying NEP, please consider giving us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts, aka new iTunes. It’s incredibly helpful in getting us exposed to new listeners through algorithms, so we would greatly appreciate your help. Thank you for listening!