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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 17 February 2021
I don't have a Wii U.. Hence, this was the first time I was playing Super Mario 3D world. It gives what you would expect from a Mario game. Individually themed worlds with various levels. It starts like a typical 2d mario game where you navigate one of the characters among levels in a map view. As you progress through the map, almost every new level introduces either a new theme or a new game mechanic (or both.). Game progression is quite linear such that you are directed towards the checkpoints and tasks naturally. Unlike Odyssey you can just progress forwards. This doesn't mean the world doesn't have its secrets. Each level hides moons and stamps (collectibles) along the linear path which are fun to find out by re-playing. However, if you want to proceed fast in the game, enough moons are straightforward to collect in order to advance.

Bowser's Fury: I haven't played it long enough but it seems Nintendo is experimenting on new mechanics using this title . There is an always available boost shop which you can spend coins on. Moreover, scale is used heavily in the game. You grow and shrink making the game have a new feel. Levels are designed smartly to have a different play style depending on which upgrade you have which increases re-playability.

Tldr: If you haven't played this game on Wii U & you are willing to play same levels several times to collect all moons, stamps etc. definitely get this game. If you haven't played it but looking for a game to spend 30+ hours without re-playing you might want to look for something else since main gameplay takes about 15 hours without looking for collectibles.
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