Over the years, Mario has experienced many things, but I’m sure this is the first time. Bowser’s Fury is a huge, independent expansion included in the Switch reissue of Super Mario 3D World. It is Mario, a very modern open world game; a sandbox whose edges are slowly pushed back to show the entire map. Among them are towers to be climbed, secrets unearthed, and even a day/night cycle. Bad weather heralds the arrival of darkness. This is Nintendo’s taking Mario to places like never before, and the result-although a bit clumsy in some places-has never been more fascinating than this.
If the appendix of any item in the series is so bold, then what makes sense is Super Mario 3D World, which is an original work of Wii U, which makes the Tokyo EAD team show the ultimate desire. all in. This is a Mario game, with levels everywhere, from a full tribute to Mario Kart and The Legend of Zelda, to the more obscure parts of Super Mario’s own past. Just as “Super Mario Bros. 3” seems to convey the spirit of the 3D world predecessor “Super Mario 3D Land”, “Super Mario Bros. 2” seems to have set the tone in all aspects.
In short, this is a more dynamic brand. Like the previous 3D Land, 3D World combines the traditions of 2D and 3D Mario-the level is a race against the flag, while Mario’s movement is more digital and completely streamlined like the triple jump-but the biggest here The new trick is four-player cooperatives, and the whole process is supported. This is from New Super Mario Bros. (New Super Mario Bros). You can’t help but try to push the 3D Mario series to the same sales level, which brings exciting chaos to it all.
So in a crazy catching game, there are some snowballs that can be picked up, thrown, and baseballs can be thrown onto the opponent’s head, or maybe you just want to attract a friend, throw them into the abyss, and race them Go to the uneven place and award the tiny crown to the player with the highest score at the end of each level. Chaos has always been at the core of Mario, and it’s exciting to see it move towards a full-scale four-player fight (and this time through online multiplayer games it has become more easily destroyed, which is recognized by Nintendo. Quite low standards, breeze).
Remember, this did lead to some concessions. 3D World’s level design is more open and can accommodate additional players, which means that single players may sometimes find them a little frictionless, and when running in those wider ranges, I always find myself lacking more flexibility. Traditional 3D Mario game for mobile devices. However, they are cheap enough to pay for a wealth of ideas, from Captain Toad’s level of innovation-now also playable in a four-player cooperative game-to the attack of Goomba shoes and the turbocharged explosive dinosaur on the back of Plessie. This is also a Mario game, and it is easy to make mistakes until it is not easy. The last four secret worlds that constitute the game present the focus and challenges. This is the best competitor to Super Mario Galaxy 2.
Super Mario 3D World (Super Mario 3D World) is Mario’s feast. It is a grand celebration of the series in various forms, from Yoichi Kotabe (Yoichi Kotabe) to the passionate live orchestra soundtrack. Last year’s Super Mario 3D is more suitable for celebrating its 35th birthday. All-Star. This Switch version adds some adjustments-it has reached 60fps in handheld devices and docking devices, although the movement speed has been slightly increased, which makes it feel more agile in the hand, and the touch screen part of the Wii U version is now enhanced through the use of a gyro Meter pointer-making it the most joyful way to play Mario so far, the sure way of open arms adventure.
Bowser’s Fury (maybe here also provides a fully open world expansion) may bring us further clues and push the series into unknown territory. The co-op here has been reduced to two players, and the frame rate when playing Bowser’s Fury in handheld mode has also been halved to 30fps, and games docked at 60fps sometimes get hit when things get messy-they often do . It emphasizes the more experimental nature of this expansion-it does not have the sophistication or precision of the mainline game Mario game-but also shows that the game is pushed outside its comfort zone in its enjoyable gaming experience.
Bowser’s Fury is more consistent with the traditional 3D Mario entry. You can dig and collect about 100 types of Cat Shines on a map at will, and slowly expand in the adventure. It’s an adventure that continues to expand the potential of Mario games, and usually achieves great success-here, Plessie is your mount patiently waiting for each coast, so that they sparkle as you wander, whether by flashing, Independent platform area, defeat the mini boss or chase “Dark Luigi”, chase the shadow Mario area in “Super Mario Sunshine”.
In fact, you can get a lot of sunshine from Bowser Jr’s starring role as an AI companion, and he can jump into your first aid (or, if you want, you can not intervene or intervene) to scrap everything in general, but Most importantly, it has a headache for invention. What if Mario (its theme archipelago) demands an open world? If Bowser’s boss heralds a new path and transforms the island in a sulphurous war, but on a huge scale, how to fight?What if Cat Mario met in one-on-one battles like Mario, but Super Saiyan?
This is the core energy of each “Super Mario 3D World” level. It has launched a very entertaining and completely different Mario action brand on the entire map. There may be more beautiful Mario adventures around and more coherent adventures. But when it comes to the core of what makes these games so special-creativity, imagination and weirdness of invention-then this new pairing is likely to be unparalleled.