Super Mario Maker 2 Has A Story Mode And Much More

Alfred Osborne
May 16, 2019

Nintendo has posted the full Direct for Super Mario Maker 2, so for those who may have missed the Direct, here's your chance to catch up.

The sequel to Super Mario Maker will have a story mode, unlike its predecessor, Nintendo said today in a Nintendo Direct dedicated to the game. These links leave Siliconera. In said story mode, you'll get to rebuild Princess Peach's destroyed castle by playing through courses to earn coins for the reconstruction effort. "Super Mario Bros. 3's" Angry Sun is being added to the series, along with slopes, snake blocks, seesaws, swinging claws, on/off switches, dry bones shells, and a whole lot more. There is also an endless mode that makes you play through as many random levels as you can on whatever hard you want until you die. Only the person setting up the room needs an internet connection, Nintendo said. That effectively gives a $20 discount on some of the Switch's highest-profile games. Four members of the "Super Mario Maker" community will compete in a variety of courses designed by the Nintendo Treehouse team.

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As such, players that are interested in two Switch games that cost $59.99 can save almost $20 by purchasing the titles with Nintendo Switch Game Vouchers. Curiously, that may actually fall foul of our own Consumer Protection Act, which stipulates that all pre-paid vouchers must remain valid for three years. However, this was not all that was covered during the Direct, as Nintendo revealed a new promotion that some Switch owners are certain to be excited about. It begins at 11 a.m. PT at The Theatre at the Ace Hotel in Los Angeles.

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