After not playing Snipperclips for months, I had more or less written the game off as being easy and filler-y. But after last week's DLC, Snipperclips Plus, I was wrong.
We were right to suspect something messed up was going on with the possession mechanic in Mario Odyssey. Cappy has a mind of its own, and if you aren't careful, it can take Mario out of the picture entirely. It's some creepypasta-level stuff.
Nintendo Switch owners yearning to keep their system dashboard as pretty as possible did not appreciate Kingdom: New Lands' minimalist icon design. Well their nightmare is now over. This week's game update swapped the pixelated crown for an icon so epic it got its own trailer.
There are dozens of outfits for Mario to wear in Super Mario Odyssey, and the game will even comment on your fashion sense. Mario isn't what I would call a stylish guy, but I have to admit he almost looks cool in some of these outfits. Here are my favourites.
If something is special to you, you want to be able to experience it in the purest way possible, momentarily free from everyday concerns and responsibilities, and most of all from the constant, uninterrupted din of the internet. But there's getting to experience a game fresh and then there's what Mario fans have been doing ever since Super Mario Odyssey released.
Flash games have been on their way out for some time. Many are already lost, scattered to the far corners of the internet with only a handful of people on an old forum to grieve for them. As a result, one Nintendo fan has decided to collect as many of the company's flash games as possible so they can be preserved.