A creative person's paradise for sure. The thousands of online levels and limitless creativity make this game a real masterpiece. For example, you can craft your levels with the graphics of five different games. How cool is that? And that's just one awesome feature.
The story mode, while taking a while and having just a couple not-so-good levels, is still totally awesome and has a really charming main hub and concept that is really fun and satisfying to play through. Some of the levels are INCREDIBLE!
It has a couple minor flaws, but nothing is stopping me from giving this game a 10. Should be one of the first Switch games you buy.
Such a creative and well made game! Building your own Mario levels is obviously an amazing concept that I'm surprised wasn't worked on properly until now. And as a plus, you get an adventure mode, and an inconsistent multiplayer mode that's still fun nonetheless.
Super Mario Maker 2 is the best of both worlds. For creative-minded players, the level design suite is robust and includes a number of excellent new features to make an even greater variety of courses. For those who just want to play, Super Mario Maker 2 has an excellent campaign filled with 100-plus Nintendo-designed levels — not to mention the constantly growing library of user-created levels. The online multiplayer isn’t feature-rich, but it doesn’t stop Mario Maker 2 from joining the lineup of top-tier Nintendo Switch games.
This is a stunning celebration of all things Super Mario, from the music and the art to the characters and items, and it's also a great social tool that uses the ubiquitous language of running and jumping to share gameplay and narrative ideas between players worldwide. It has lost a bit of its weird edge since last time, but it's also gained a lot more variety and much more substantial systems for sorting stages and playing with friends.
Nintendo will surely need to work on new artistic and mechanical styles to make its future 2D Mario games attractive, as Super Mario Maker 2 takes all the best from Super Mario Maker 1 and boosts the game with new options, a better interface, more customization, themes, night mode, interesting enemies and wraps the whole package with a fun new story mode and an online mode that even with its flaws, is competent.Super Mario Maker 2 offers the ultimate experience for Mario 2D fans and certainly yields much more fun than the 60$ what it is charged for.
Super Mario Maker 2 builds upon the original in very basic ways. The game adds an impressive array of new mechanics that allow creators more freedom to design. With the addition of the painfully tedious, gimmick-driven story mode, the developers teach players just how annoying the new features can be. Regardless, designing levels has never been more convenient and the vast sea of user-created content is bound to provide endless enjoyment. Overall, Super Mario Maker 2 is a solid release that is highly recommended and successfully manages to mostly satisfy both creators and players, despite the game’s various issues and shortcomings.
But that toolkit is only half of the equation. The other half is a platform game with no quality control, no impetus for putting legitimate effort into your original designs, and no way to weed out poor content creators other than trusting that players will be able to discern the difference between a bad level and good level and rate them accordingly. Given how many positive messages I've seen attached to genuinely bad stages, I don't have much faith in the Mario Maker community right now and I question whether it'll get better down the line.
This game is fun. The ability to build Mario levels and worlds using a plethora of tools provided by Nintendo themselves is a great idea, however, there are some disappointing things in this game. The tools provided are good but a lot of things are missing. Anything that's off screen doesn't load properly, leading to level creators having to do workarounds. I wish Nintendo provided better support in that area. Another thing that's weird is the 3D World theme. It just feels unnecessary because it's missing a lot of cool things from 3D World and has some bizarre things such as the car. Now, onto the things I like. I love seeing the older Mario themes in widescreen. It just feels awesome to see Super Mario World in such a format. Another thing I love is the Super Worlds. People can build their own worlds, complete with custom overworld maps. I just think that's neat. Overall, Mario Maker 2 is a good, but flawed game that strives to create a fun creative tool for budding level designers and brand new stages for people that are looking for that next Mario fix.
Una gran secuela que aporta el modelado 3D y nuevas herramientas de edición. Lamentablemente, se abandono el uso de amiibos que le daba personalidad a los mapas de la comunidad, el nulo desarrollo de nuevas actualizaciones que alarguen vida útil del juego y el horrible modo online que es un verdadero lastre, dado su potencial perdido.
A very bad game in comparison to mario maker on Wii U, I lived that game but this one doesn't fix the originals issues, loses a ton of personality and in general is just sad.
First the campaign: the levels feel either extremely easy, extremely tedious or like troll levels. In comparison to the original, where the campaign showed of ideas for you to create.
Onto the multi-player: The new main multi-player mode is quite terrible in comparison to the original, where it was fun to play a few stages and challenge yourself. I am not trying to say the endless mode is terrible, it would be a fine addition but it's a bad replacement for the originals 100 mario challenge. Next on the list is all the online stages still being just a bunch of clumsy crap, haven't a lot except for a boo button existing (funny how a 7+ game does have it but youtube which is like 13+ doesn't) and the mario maker bookmarks page doesn't work anymore. The online multi-player is terrible and would be better of not existing, one device co-op is also weird since you have to download the stage before playing! The final thing is the world creator, which would be amazing if it wasn't as simple as it gets.
SummaryMario fans of the world, unite! Now you can play, create, and share the side-scrolling Super Mario courses of your dreams in the Super Mario Maker 2 game, available exclusively on the Nintendo Switch™ system! Dive into the single-player Story Mode and play built-in courses to rebuild Princess Peach’s castle. Make your own courses, alone ...