Super Mario 3D World is one of the best platformers ever. Period. It is a formidable testament in creative level design that shows everything a Mario Bros. game should be. Bowser’s Fury is an interesting experiment that tries to take the 3D World engine into an open world. The result is fun, but lacks the polish that made 3D World a classic. A must own game for Switch owners.
It was really awesome game i have played ever. It was also my first modern mario game i played if we don't count old marios, super mario 1,2,3. sometimes i could not check the clock for learning that how long did i play. I stuck in that fkkk game.
NOTE: EVERYBODY HAS TO PLAY THİS PERFECT GAME!!!
section design is PERFECTT
Super Mario 3D World on the Nintendo Switch is the definitive version of an already stellar game. More than seven years after the original release, Mario's Wii U adventure hasn't aged a bit – oozing creativity and providing platforming thrills at nearly every turn. Bowser's Fury is a nice little companion, and although not quite as consistent, it combines with 3D World to form an outstanding package.
An overclocked, moustached package of nostalgic goodies and refreshing, innovative greatness. While 3D World aged amazingly, and with a bit of polish shines strong again, Bowser's Fury could be the greatest Super Mario game of all time... When a miserable number of technical imperfections and shorter length of a game are its only flaws, be sure that we are talking about an absolutely mind-blowing title that should be a direction the series takes from now on. An Odyssey we were promised long ago, has finally reached us.
Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury offers two adventures' worth of 3D Mario platforming action in one convenient package. Though Super Mario 3D World is a little limited in its QOL improvements, the game still offers over 80 charming levels of platforming action.
Super Mario 3D World already was a great game worth buying, but with the online coop and Bowser's Fury, it justifies another purchase on the Switch. The game looks and feels great, even with four players. It also brings a bit of a challenge for anyone trying to find all secrets but stays accessible for kids who just want to play. Bowser's Fury on the other hand feels a bit short and lacks a worthy coop. Still, this content is great to play, but don't expect a full adventure.
Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury packs a tonne of engaging gameplay, but neither component comes together as elegantly as it might have done. This is a solid option if you’re craving more Super Mario for your Switch, but it’s not the moustachioed must-play I was hoping for.
Both games are together about 15 hours playtime, if you collect most of the stars/suns.
Super Mario 3D World
You can play different characters. The upgrade helps you through the levels and sometimes they are even necessary to find all the stars.
The 3D feeling isn't that good. The viewing angles just doesn't feel good and after jumping you don't land where you would expect. That's a bit annoying.
After defeating Bowser, there are even more levels for the late game. But these are pretty hard, be prepared!
A great addition is Bowser's Fury. In this fully 3D World you navigate Mario and helping Bowser Junior to make Bowser normal again.
The map has really good vibes like in Super Mario Sunshine. The difficulty is easy to medium, so perfect for a nice break.
You can 'store' the different upgrades like the fireball, boomerang etc. and activate or even change between them whenever you want.
SummaryThe cat's out of the bag, Super Mario 3D World is on to the Nintendo Switch system. Pounce and climb through dozens of colorful stages! Mario (and his friends) can use power-ups like the Super Bell, which grants catlike abilities, like climbing and scratching. Work together locally or online with up to three other players to reach the go...