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Super Mario Odyssey

Nintendo has returned with a new commercial for Switch featuring Super Mario Odyssey and Super Mario Party. Check it out below.

To celebrate the end of the year and start of 2019, Nintendo has shared yet another piece of Super Mario Odyssey concept art. We have a look at the Shiverians above.

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More than a year after its release, Nintendo is still posting concept art from Super Mario Odyssey. The latest piece below is focused on the Snow Kingdom.

Nintendo has provided the latest piece of Hint Art for Super Mario Odyssey. Check out today’s image above.

As a reminder, similar to previous Hint Art images shared online, players won’t receive a Power Moon for solving the puzzle. Instead, they’ll be provided with a small reward.

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Super Mario Odyssey has reached a new milestone in the UK. Propelled by the latest sales coming from Black Friday, the game has surpassed 500,000 copies sold.

Switch only has one other title to hit the same mark, and most would probably be able to guess what it is. Indeed: it’s Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.

Note that digital sales aren’t included here. If they were, Super Mario Odyssey probably would have surpassed the 500k mark a little while ago.

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Nintendo has shared another piece of Super Mario Odyssey concept art through social media. Above, we have the latest image showing Pauline (or Mayor Pauline).

The art shows off Pauline’s final design in the game. Nintendo’s goal was to highlight what Pauline would look like today and maintain the past essence of the character at the same time.

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Super Mario Odyssey has added in two more costumes – ones that we admittedly forgotten about previously when they were datamined.

As we approach Christmas, players can pick up the Santa hat and outfit. The two cost 500 coins and 1,000 coins respectively.

Also available is the 8-Bit Mario Cap. At a hefty 9,999 coins, Mario and Cappy will both be given an 8-bit makeover.

A year later, Nintendo still isn’t done sharing concept art from Super Mario Odyssey. Another piece was posted online officially via the game’s Japanese Twitter account showing the New Donk City festival. We have it above.

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Nintendo posted a brief clip on Twitter recently showing the recording session for the Japanese version of Super Mario Odyssey’s “Jump Up, Super Star!” Have a look at Aimi Mukohara singing the now well-known tune below.


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Nintendo has provided the latest piece of Hint Art for Super Mario Odyssey. We have today’s image above.

Just like past Hint Art images shared online, there’s no Power Moon tied to solving the puzzle. Instead, you’ll be given a small reward for your troubles.

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