Super Mario Odyssey sees Mario leave the Mushroom Kingdom to go on a new sandbox-style journey! Coming to Nintendo Switch Holiday 2017.
Super Mario Odyssey Trailer Theme is full of excitement so today on Epic Game Music I switch it up on this theme. The OST was composed by Koji Kondo? This is remix of a song entitled “Super Mario Odyssey Trailer Theme”
Super Mario Odyssey set for release worldwide in late 2017. It will be the seventh 3D platformer title in the main Super Mario series. Super Mario Odyssey puts players in the role of Mario as he travels across various lands beyond the Mushroom Kingdom. The game returns to the freeform open-world level design previously featured in Super Mario 64 and Super Mario Sunshine. The game also features levels inspired by real-world locations such as “New Donk City”, inspired by New York City.[2][3][4] Mario retains several of his classic platforming techniques, such as wall-jumping and ledge-grabbing. A new feature of the game is Mario’s ability to throw his cap, where he can use it like a spring, allowing him to reach higher ledges or cross long gaps.
The Nintendo Switch, known in development as the NX, is an upcoming hybrid video game console developed by Nintendo, and the company’s seventh major home console. Officially unveiled in October 2016, it is currently scheduled for release worldwide on 3 March 2017.
The Switch’s main unit is shaped similarly to a tablet computer, featuring two detachable controllers on both sides called Joy-Con, which can be used individually or attached to a grip to provide a traditional gamepad form. The main unit is connected to a television display through a docking station, from which it can be removed and used as a portable console. Despite this characteristic, Nintendo markets the Switch primarily as a home console rather than as a portable. The Switch uses flash ROM cartridges rather than optical discs, similar to the Nintendo 3DS line of hardware.
The Nintendo Switch is a hybrid video game console, with the main system comprising the “Switch Console”, “Switch Dock” and the “Joy-Con” controllers. Although it is a hybrid console, a Nintendo spokesperson stated that the Switch is “a home gaming system first and foremost”. On announcement of the Switch, Nintendo has affirmed that the 3DS will continue to be produced, but have planned to diminish Wii U production in anticipation of the Switch’s release. The company subsequently announced in mid-November 2016 that domestic production of the Wii U would end “soon”, with units for foreign markets for that fiscal year already en route.
The Switch is scheduled to be released worldwide on 3 March 2017, just within Nintendo’s 2017 financial year. The company anticipates shipping two million units by the end of the month.[34] Nintendo does not plan to sell the unit below manufacturing cost, as they had done for both the 3DS and Wii U at their respective launches. The unit has a MSRP of 29,980 yen or $299.99
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Super Mario Odyssey was teased when Nintendo released the first trailer for Nintendo Switch on October 20, 2016, and unveiled at the Nintendo Switch presentation on January 13, 2017. The following day, series creator Shigeru Miyamoto stated that the game would “go back to the roots”, appealing to a more core demographic than the more recent “casual-friendly” iterations of the Super Mario series. Afterwards, gameplay footage was provided in the Japanese presentation.
Further details and public demos will be unveiled at Nintendo’s presentation at Electronic Entertainment Expo 2017, where Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aimé stated that players would be allowed a “hands-on perspective” of the game.
Mario embarks on a new journey through unknown worlds, running and jumping through huge 3D worlds in the first sandbox-style Mario game since Super Mario 64 and Super Mario Sunshine. Set sail between expansive worlds aboard an airship, and perform all-new actions, such as throwing Mario’s cap.