Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury "Accolades" trailer released

Let's see what critics are saying about Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury!

Nintendo TOKYO store selling Super Mario 3D World plushies


In celebration of the launch of Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury, Nintendo TOKYO has released new plush toys of Mario, Luigi, Peach, and Toad decked out with their adorable Super Bell outfits. Available individually for ¥1,500, as a set of four for ¥6,000, or as limited bundles with the physical version of the game for an additional cost, you can check out the store page here.

Although these exact plushie variations are only available in Japan, if you don't wanna go through the hassle of importing, similar officially licensed ones from toy distributor Little Buddy (including a Cat Rosalina) can be purchased from Amazon.

Check out the launch trailer for Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury

Enjoy 2 Mario adventures in the Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury game—available now on Nintendo Switch! Power up, team up, one up to save the Sprixie Kingdom in Super Mario 3D World, then pounce into the new Bowser's Fury adventure.

Check out the UK launch trailer for Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury

Get ready for two truly pawsome Mario adventures! Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury is out now!

Super Mario Run - content update for Feb. 12th, 2021

[Event] The latest Loads of Coins event is now live. It allows you to get 1.5 times the usual amount of coins when you win at Toad Rally. If you lose, you get the usual amount of coins, though… Also, no change regarding the amount of Toads you can win (available until February 26th)

Check out some online multiplayer footage of Super Mario 3D World

Not as catastrophic as you may think.

The folks over at Nintendo Life have shared some footage of the online multiplayer mode in Super Mario 3D World. While it's certainly not perfect (and likely depends on the quality of your internet connection), it seems to be a pretty big improvement over Super Mario Maker 2. Check it out for yourself via the gameplay video above.

Digital Foundry - Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury analysis

The arrival of a new first-party game for Nintendo Switch is always a special event, and the combination package of Super Mario 3D World and Bowser's Fury is no exception. The games are excellent and the technology is fascinating - as John reveals.

Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury gameplay and video review round-up

These reviews are the cat's meow.

Reviewed by Cam Shea on Nintendo Switch.
"Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury packs a tonne of engaging gameplay, but neither component comes together as elegantly as it might have done. This is a solid option if you're craving more Super Mario for your Switch, but it's not the moustachioed must-play I was hoping for."

Super Mario 3D World and its astounding 4 player cat suit filled experience has finally made its way to the Nintendo Switch. The first 20 minutes of gameplay.

Bowser has gone berserk and Bowser Jr. has asked Mario to help him save his dad! First 16 minutes of gameplay for the new addition to Super Mario World 3D, Bowser's Fury.

Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury is coming to the Nintendo Switch! But is the addition of extra content worth coming back to? Join us as we answer this question and more in our latest video review.

Neal dives into this combo of old and new Mario to tell you whats worth revisiting or seeing for the first time.

Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury packages one of the best recent Mario games with a delightfully odd new experience.


Here's our review of Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury. It will be released for Nintendo Switch on Feb 12, 2021

Super Mario Run - content update for Jan. 29th, 2021

[Events] For a limited time, the appearance rate of 5 ★ items in the Bonus Game of Remix 10 has been powered up (available until February 6th)

GameSpot Video - Super Mario 3D World 'Switch vs. Wii U' comparison

The difference in speed is crazy!

With Super Mario 3D World headed to Nintendo Switch, [GameSpot] put it head-to-head with the original Wii U version to see the differences.

Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury continues Nintendo’s trend of taking some of the biggest and best games from the Wii U generation and bringing it back to the much more popular Switch platform. But while this is a re-release of an eight-year-old game, it’s not without some neat quality-of-life improvements, which we showcase in this video.

The most obvious change when viewing the games side-by-side is that character speeds have been greatly increased, both in the overworld map and inside stages themselves. You could always hold Y to dash, but now all the characters move significantly faster. This has the added effect of making Toad a much more tricky risk-reward character, since his dash was always significantly faster than other characters, and now he’s just blazing-fast. It also makes moving around the map to choose your next stage move at a speedier clip.

The Switch version is also just more visually attractive. While the fidelity and textures look very similar, the icons have been shrunk to take less screen real estate, and the text boxes have been lightened to let you see the game world more clearly.

And, of course, the strange microphone-blowing mechanic to move platforms has been changed so that platforms now move automatically. That odd holdover just doesn’t belong on the Switch version.

But while the game packs plenty of changes, it’s still the core game at heart. Super Mario 3D World is a rousing platforming adventure with co-op featuring four characters with relatively different power sets. Mario is the all-arounder, Luigi has his fluttery high-jump, Peach can float, and as mentioned, Toad is a little speedster. Finding your rhythm through this series of platforming stages as one of the characters is as engaging as it ever was, and now you can do it via online co-op play.

While Super Mario 3D World is the major re-release, it’s also only half of the package. The other part, Bowser’s Fury, is its own distinct game that marries parts of Super Mario Odyssey’s open-world design with power-ups and elements from 3D World. Rather than complete a series of distinct stages, you’ll be collecting new “Cat Shines” in a vast island environment and intermittently escaping the rage of Fury Bowser. Or even growing huge to battle him face-to-face. This new game is unlike either Mario Odyssey or 3D World.


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