Published: Sat, June 17, 2017
Science | By Tyler Owen

Here's Super Mario Odyssey In Co-Op


In the co-op mode, players would take the benefit of Switch's Joy-con controller, where one player would control the Mario and the other will control Cappy.

The big thing in Super Mario Odyssey is that Mario can throw Cappy at anyone or anything and possess it. As promised, the tech giant unveiled more details during its E3 Treehouse Live Stream. Nonetheless, if you're keen to see what Odyssey looks like in co-op, here's nearly 29 minutes of action.

Playing as Mario remains roughly the same as it has always been, as he's able to run and jump as usual.

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In this mode, Cappy can't actually collect Moons (the Odyssey equivalent of Stars), which is good - since Cappy can fly around making it too powerful might break the game. What is better still is that Cappy is invisible. You can manipulate it as you like without the fear of getting damaged in the process. In the demo, the player using Cappy can basically act as a form of protection for Mario just by moving around him.

The game also brings gamers to entirely new landscapes, like New Donk City, a New York City knock-off with cabs, tall buildings and luscious parks, according to The Verge.

Nintendo followers are some of the most dedicated on the planet, so it's probably not all that surprising that some diehard Mario fans have already invented a way to quench their insatiable thirst for the no-yet-released Super Mario Odyssey. In this game also, Tail was invincible primarily and helps the Sonic during the tough situations, notes Cinemablend.

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