Following the release of the latest Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury trailer, a video comparing the gameplay sequences shown in the latter with the gameplay captured in the Wii U version seemed to show differences in the way that the both games were shot. Nintendo has just confirmed this.
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As logic dictates, the official Nintendo website contains a fully dedicated page Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Rage. And that in all areas. But looking at the UK version from this sideIt is possible to see a section on the French page devoted to improvements in gameplay compared to the original Wii U version:
As this is an updated version of Super Mario 3D World, brand new gameplay improvements have been made to spice up this adventure.
All characters have increased their walking speed and can now climb even higher after collecting a Super Tinker Bell, which makes the platform game a little more dynamic. It is now also possible to use gyro features in sections of the game that previously required touch gameplay.
Faster is better?
This has the benefit of being clear. So people who have played the Wii U version of Super Mario 3D World know what to expect in terms of new gameplay sensations when playing the Wii U port.
As mentioned earlier, Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury is slated for February 12 on the European Switch.
What do you think of these improvements? Do you think they will really change something? Do you want to play this new version or was your choice already made? And if you’ve already played the Wii U version, are you planning on this Switch version? Give us your thoughts in the comments below.