Things have been pretty quiet in terms of main series Super Mario games lately. In fact, we haven’t received a new game since Super Mario Odyssey in 2017 (if you don’t count Bowser’s Fury, that is). That being said, today marks the beginning of a new step of sorts for the franchise with the reveal of the Super Mario Bros. movie via today’s Nintendo Direct.
Apparently, this movie has been in the works for over seven years and is just now nearing completion. They’ve even got Koji Kondo working on including classic music tracks from the games in the film itself! After some discussion with members of the cast, we get a short preview of the movie revealing voices for Kamek, Mario, Luigi, and Bowser. It’s not a very long trailer, but there will be several more over the coming months. Stay tuned!
Super Mario Odyssey is one of the Nintendo Switch’s flagship titles — and it’s also one of the most successful games on the system! Even though it’s not everyone’s favorite Super Mario game, it stands to reason that players might want to see everything the game has to offer. We’ve got a full list of 100% completion requirements right here, so if you’re looking to fully finish this game, buckle up!
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Wario’s latest outing has arrived! WarioWare: Get It Together! was first announced during Nintendo’s digital E3 2021 presentation, and has been recently released in September of the same year. It promises frantic microgame fun, and let me tell you — this game delivers on that promise and more. You might have a bunch of questions, then: is story mode worth it? Are the minigames fun? Is there online play? We’re going to answer all of these questions today! Please note that this review is completely spoiler-free. And yes, there actually are spoilers in this game worth avoiding if you’re a fan of the series!
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Rosalina & Luma are undoubtedly a technical fighter, so it’s no surprise that the duo has been long overlooked by the competitive amiibo community. It’s a shame, too — Rosalina was considered top-tier in Super Smash Bros. 4, but due to a lack of representation that’s no longer the case in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. If you’d like to learn more about her metagame history, be sure to check out her corresponding wiki page. Otherwise, let’s jump right into today’s training!
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Editor’s note: this is a user-contributed guide. Special thanks to Bubstry for writing this up! If you’d like to read Exion’s official Bowser guide in addition to this one, please follow this link.
Let’s get one thing straight before you read this guide: Raid Bosses can come in many shapes and sizes, so feel free to experiment with yours. But a word of advice before I move on; fast moves work best for Raid Bosses, so prioritize any quick and powerful moves that your Figure Player may be able to use. With that out of the way, let’s move on to the best ways to train a Raid Boss Bowser!
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