Super Mario Odyssey – Nintendo Switch [Digital Code]

Amazon.com Price: $39.99 (as of 08/05/2021 11:01 PST- Details)

Explore 3D kingdoms filled with secrets and surprises, including costumes for Mario and several ways to interact with environments
Mario’s new friend, Cappy, lets you master new moves like cap throw, cap jump, and capture
Visit astonishing new locales, such as the skyscraper-packed New Donk City, and run into familiar friends and foes as you try to save Princess Peach from Bowser’s clutches and foil his dastardly wedding plans

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Hardware Platform: Nintendo Switch | Edition: Standard | Media format: Digital

Embark on a captivating, globe-trotting adventure!

Join Mario on a massive, globe-trotting 3D adventure and use his incredible new abilities to collect Moons so you can power up your airship, the Odyssey, and rescue Princess Peach from Bowser’s wedding plans! This sandbox-style 3D Mario adventure—the first since 1996’s beloved Super Mario 64 and 2002’s Nintendo GameCube classic Super Mario Sunshine—is packed with secrets and surprises, and with Mario’s new moves like cap throw, cap jump, and capture, you’ll have fun and exciting gameplay experiences, unlike anything you’ve enjoyed in a Mario game before. Get ready to be whisked away to strange and amazing places far from the Mushroom Kingdom!

System Requirements: Supported Platforms: Nintendo – Switch
Nintendo account required for game activation and installation​

Explore 3D kingdoms filled with secrets and surprises, including costumes for Mario and several ways to interact with environments
Mario’s new friend, Cappy, lets you master new moves like cap throw, cap jump, and capture
Visit astonishing new locales, such as the skyscraper-packed New Donk City, and run into familiar friends and foes as you try to save Princess Peach from Bowser’s clutches and foil his dastardly wedding plans
Hand a Joy-Con controller to a friend to enjoy simultaneous multiplayer: Player 1 controls Mario while Player 2 controls Mario’s new ally Cappy
Unlock even more features with the exclusive new amiibo figures – Mario, Princess Peach, and Bowser dressed in their wedding outfits

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  1. Amazon Customer

    Great entry to the series

    Run Jump and Stomp across the world in a desperate attempt to save Princess Peach from Bowser’s newest nefarious plot, to be wed the Princess. Jist of it. Easy for all, with the choice to master difficult jump combinations to find secret areas and collectibles. Controls work well no matter the “way” you play, Nitendo obviously tuned the movement alot to get it right. Challenging and engaging enough to keep me playing even with minimal action on screen. The worlds have some nice variety aswell as objectives that vary with just a name description leading you to the next moon. And every level changes after the particular boss is defeated. Dedinitely worth owning if you have a Switch. “Third person/Adventure game”

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  2. Ayah Muted

    The best Mario game ever

    I normally wait for games to go on sale before buying them, but the trailer for Mario Odyssey was too awesome to pass up. As someone who’s played a ton of Mario games on a bunch of consoles, I’m confident in saying that this is the most complete, best all-around game in the franchise. The innovation of the cap-throwing mechanism is an exciting new layer to the classic Mario formula, and opens up a lot of new ways to solve puzzles and other challenges. If you like using Joy-Cons for their motion controls, you can experience the game in a whole new way. The graphics are great, the story is fun, the worlds are unique and well-designed, and there are hidden levels you can unlock if you get to a certain point. You can easily spend over 100 hours on this game if you’re trying to find all the moons. There’s also a VR mode that was recently released if you like VR.

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  3. Smart one

    My kid loves it.

    My 5 y.o. absolutely loves this game (in assist mode). Though some parts were hard for him to maneuver. But he can beat all the different bosses. Including Bowser with no problem. Loves the different levels, scenery, and nostalgic games impeded in it. A real win for screen time during summer break.

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  4. Jeremy

    Nintendo thinks we are babies.

    This is a Mario game in that it has Mario. I don’t understand what happened. Where are the unique challenges? Alternative, clever runs of stages? Stages? Instead, it is “and you get a moon and you get a moon and, yes that’s right, you get a moon.” Literally moons for doing nothing. The game has very obvious “secrets” and no elaborate puzzles. Shoot, it barely has objectives outside of get some moons. You can do that right? Look I put one on this stump next to where your ship lands. I call it moon on a stump. Clever, right?

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  5. Elyse

    Seemingly endless fun for all ages

    I finished this game a few weeks ago, and I’ve been pondering what I should write in review. When I say I “finished” it, I mean I FINISHED it. Made it past every single one of the “endings,” somehow. At some points, I wanted to rip my hair out in frustration. At others, I really just enjoyed climbing buildings and exploring what the Mario world has to offer (I’ll tell you right now that it’s a lot. There’s a lot). This game occupied me for several weeks, yet somehow I never got bored. I debated even buying this game at first because some people (obviously more experienced gamers than I am) thought it was much too simple. However, i never got over the joy and utter satisfaction of getting a moon that I thought I would never see. Of course, if you just play through the main storyline, you’ll be done in a few days. That’s to be expected. But Nintendo has put several endings in the game, each significantly more difficult to achieve than the last. I finally finished the entire game weeks after I bought it and let me tell you, I have never felt such satisfaction. I thought I would genuinely have a heart attack trying to get some of those moons. Moral of the story, it’s great for all ages and skill levels. A 7-year old could finish the main storyline and never touch it again and probably be content. But *anyone* has the option to keep playing for muuuuuch longer past that. Not the best for multiplayer, but it’s still a fun time if someone wants to half-heartedly be a companion to player one. If you’re debating getting this game, I say just get it. You’ll most likely find something to love about it because of how open-ended everything is.

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  6. MadHatter

    6 year old LOVES it, and doesnt need help to play!

    I bought the game for my 6 year old son. Its the one game he wanted more than any other on the switch. We went with the digital code because there are no cartridges to break/lose (our oldest broke his Nintendo 2ds a couple days after he got it because of the cartridge issue, wasnt chancing it).He absolutely loves it. Its challenging for him, but not impossible. I can hear him getting mad at something, working out how to beat it, and being so proud/happy/excited when he does. What makes it better is that he does it on his own. He doesnt feel so overwhelmed that he has to ask for help.I cant tell you from a personal standpoint what the game is like, or even about. I can tell you my 6 year old loves it. Preferred it to Yoshis Crafted world and others.

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  7. Joshua

    If you loved Mario 64, you will love this game!

    This is the Mario game I have been waiting for since New Super Mario Bros. on the 3DS. While overall the difficulty is easy-normal, it has a lot of replay value in gaining moons, coins, and items from the various shops that aren’t necessary to the story of the game. The story is on par with Mario 64, and in many ways, this feels like a Mario 64 sequel with 201x graphics.

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  8. Ayman K.

    Plenty of fun!

    My 5 years old Son loves this game, and to be honest I enjoy it too! I’m really glad they have two player mode which isn’t separate from the regular 1 Player story mode! in a sense the progress you make with either is the same, we’ve had some nice Father-Son time playing Mario Odyssey , we still are alongside Luigi’s Mansion 3, the game difficulty is not that hard it’s nice, there are so many Kingdoms to unlock and explore, the World within the game is vast and visually nice.

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    Super Mario Odyssey – Nintendo Switch [Digital Code]

    Amazon.com Price: $39.99 (as of 08/05/2021 11:01 PST- Details)

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