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Nintendo Treehouse Shows Off A Chonky 20 Mins Of Super Mario Bros. Wonder

That Goomba knows what he did

The latest Nintendo Direct gave us a pretty awesome look at what to expect in the upcoming Super Mario Bros. Wonder, and for those that are still ravenous for more you can take an extended look at some live, unedited gameplay courtesy of the Nintendo Treehouse: Live experience.

It’s deliciously raw, showing the delightful animation work and all-round trippy experience that awaits players as they step into the game’s myriad of Wonder Effects and Elephant-form tomfoolery:

While there isn’t anything truly new being shown off, it’s still awesome to get an un-curated look at the game. And for a hearty 20 minutes, no less.

It’s cool to see how the Wonder Flower operates within the game, starring as a macguffin that can radically alter the levels and gameplay in wild ways. Given the absolutely mental impact on the game (like pipes coming to life, or your character changing entirely) it’s clear to see why it is a flower, rather than a traditional mushroom; parents might get a bad vibe from what is being suggested. Far out man.

The game has a ton of wonderful (heh) new power-ups to explore, with the hosts taking the time to explain the application of neat items like the Elephant Fruit and the Drill Hat. There is a very unique amount of depth to be explored with how these items are used, such as the ability to drill into the ceiling and zip about.

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It’s an incredibly unique game, regardless of it’s traditional looking Mario-esque styles – with a very promising multiplayer aspect that is sure to make your couch a hotspot for fun Friday nights. Keen to check it out.

Super Mario Bros. Wonder is coming to Nintendo Switch on October 20, 2023.

Are you excited for a hot new Mario experience? Let us know in the comments or on social media.

Written By Ash Wayling

Known throughout the interwebs simply as M0D3Rn, Ash is bad at video games. An old guard gamer who suffers from being generally opinionated, it comes as no surprise that he is both brutally loyal and yet, fiercely whimsical about all things electronic. On occasion will make a youtube video that actually gets views. Follow him on YouTube @Bad at Video Games


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