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Super Mario Odyssey

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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Fans are continuing to share images from the recently-released Japanese Super Mario Odyssey art book. The latest photo is attached above.

As you can see, Nintendo toyed around with an idea for Mario and Peach getting married. Marriage plays a role throughout Super Mario Odyssey as Bowser’s ultimate goal in the game is to be with Peach.

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As mentioned earlier this week, Super Mario Odyssey is celebrating its first anniversary with a mini event. 8-bit Toads and Luigis are showing up in New Donk City’s festival where players can earn a bunch of coins. Check out some footage from the event below.

The official Twitter account is ringing in the first anniversary of Super Mario Odyssey in a couple of ways. Since it’s October 27 in Japan, that means the game came out one year ago today.

The first part of the celebration is some new special artwork, attached above. We also have a brief dance video of sorts below with the instrumental version of Jump Up, Super Star.


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Nintendo has cranked out yet another new piece of Hint Art for Super Mario Odyssey. We have the latest image above.

Similar to 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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Another wave of Super Mario Odyssey concept art has emerged from the recently-released book. Images include a look at the different Kingdoms, Cappy, and more.

Here’s the latest set:

The Art of Super Mario Odyssey can be imported from Play-Asia here.

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Super Mario Odyssey will be celebrating its first anniversary with a special event. Starting October 27, the New Donk City festival will feature a total of 39 8-bit Luigi and Captain Toads. Doing a ground pound will provide you with coins.

In Japanese, “san” represents the number 3. Then for the number 9, we have “kyu”. If you put them together, it’s supposed to sound a bit like “thank you” (san kyu).

This Super Mario Odyssey event will be going on until November 7.

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Over the past several months, Super Mario Odyssey has been adding new costumes. The latest one, the Zombie Headwear and Zombie Outfit, is now available.

That’s not all though as players can also use three new filters in Snapshot Mode. They are as follows: