Director Explains why You Can't Lose Lives in Super Mario Odyssey

Director Explains why You Can't Lose Lives in Super Mario Odyssey

Director Explains why You Can't Lose Lives in Super Mario Odyssey

The highly anticipated Super Mario Odyssey comes out later this month and in anticipation of the new game, Mario is going to be visiting various locations in the United States in real life. The Nintendo Switch title is set for an October 27th, 2017, debut.

If we look back at games like Ghouls N' Ghosts, Sword of Sodan, and Shadow of the Beast, modern day journalist would not stand a chance if they had to play named games without the help of assists from emulators. This is how Odyssey starts, with Mario stranded in Cap Kingdom and meeting Cappy, his partner for the rest of the journey. Each Amiibo, including those released prior to Odyssey, will grant Mario outfits and temporary powers. He quit both games when Super Smash Bros. for Wii U was released. Cappy also gives Mario new moves like cap throw, cap jump and capture, which define this new adventure and provide a fresh take on the classic Super Mario formula.

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Mario will be making five major stops across the country that fans can visit, but he will also be making some stops to sightsee and take photos, just like any tourist who also happens to regularly travel through giant warp pipes.

There's a quick look at co-op though, starting at the 3:16 mark where we can spot a face-off with a Broodal taking place. It also doesn't prevent Mario Odyssey from being a full game in the future when amiibo no longer exist. There are some unannounced mini-games still to discover, but this new trailer shows off foot racing with Koopas, toy vehicle racing, and jump roping.

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"We thought about how a lives system would work in this kind of broad, exploration-focused game".

When Nintendo's booth space opens at noon on June 13, show attendees will be among some of the first people in the world to get their hands on Super Mario Odyssey, as well as other games for Nintendo Switch.

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