Super Mario Bros. Wonder is a 2D sidescrolling platforming game developed and published by Nintendo.
It’s the first traditional mainline 2D Super Mario game since New Super Mario Bros. U, and features a new art style and gameplay mechanics.
The patch is a pretty minor one, making adjustments to heart points and, intriguingly enough, the game's staff credits.
Several other new releases also debuted in the top 20 for the month, including Assassin's Creed Mirage, Sonic Superstars, and Forza Motorsport.
The acclaimed 2D platformer sold 4.3 million units in its first week, making it the fastest-selling Super Mario-related title to date.
Meanwhile, Marvel's Spider-Man 2 takes the No. 3 spot, while EA Sports WRC debuts outside of the top 10.
Available now on Nintendo Switch, the side-scrolling platformer is a critical hit and one of the highest-rated games of the year.
The only new release for the week is Konami's Metal Gear Solid: Master Collection Vol. 1, which debuted in fourth place.
The newest Mario title has seen the third-biggest ever launch for a Mario game in Japan, behind the first two New Super Mario Bros. titles.
In its first three days on sale in Europe, the acclaimed Nintendo Switch platformer has already set a record for the series.
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Sales are "significantly bigger" than New Super Mario Bros U Deluxe but 62 percent less than The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
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Mario's latest 2D side-scrolling platformer takes place in the Flower Kingdom and offers Badges, new power-ups and much more.
Wonder's development team decided to "use 3D Mario platformers as a reference point, since their gameplay is designed for players to reach the end."
Reviews have gone live for the 2D platformer ahead of its imminent launch, and paint a glowing picture of Nintendo's newest release.
"Since we knew we had ample budget to develop the game, we didn't have to worry about the amount of resources we'd spend to craft even small details," says art director Masanobu Sato.
"We're often asked about the film's influence on the game, but we didn't hear anything about the film's content during development," says art director Masanobu Sato.
Afghani replaces the legendary Charles Martinet, who stepped down from the role last August to become a "Mario Ambassador."
However, producer Takashi Tezuka feels the team has transitioned from "the New Super Mario Bros. series into a new phase."
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Nintendo has released an extensive new gameplay trailer for the 2D platformer, which is due out for the Switch on October 20.
The 2D sidescrolling platformer is set to release exclusively for the Nintendo Switch in a few weeks' time, on October 20.
Following on from a recent dedicated Direct presentation, Nintendo has also showcased new gameplay for the platformer in a Treehouse stream.
“I wanted to prevent people from saying, ‘We won’t make that deadline, so that’s why we didn’t do it - we can’t do it,’” says producer Takashi Tezuka.
Retailing for $349.99, the limited edition Switch includes red Joy-Coins and a Dock with a Mario silhouette and coins inside the back.
The 2D platformer offers many new features, like creating player rooms, co-op races, placing Standees to revive others and more.
Players traverse the Flower Kingdom to stop Bowser, who gains new powers and causes havoc, in the upcoming co-op platformer.
Nintendo will be revealing new gameplay details on the 2D sidescrolling platformer in a new 15-minute presentation.
The iconic voice of Nintendo's mascot is stepping back from the role and becoming an ambassador to share "the joy of Mario."
The sidescrolling 2D platformer is set to launch exclusively for the Nintendo Switch later this year, in October.
Mario returns in a new 2D side-scrolling adventure, hunting for Wonder Seeds alongside Luigi, Peach, Yoshi, Toad, and many more.
Nintendo will allegedly also announce a remake of a classic SNES title at its rumoured upcoming Direct presentation.
A leak claims that the game will feature a new art style and will not be part of the New Super Mario Bros. line of games.