Mario Golf: Super Rush – Commercials [Update: Japanese commercials]

Mario Golf: Super Rush comes out at the end of the month (on June 25th to be precise), and is poised to become one of Nintendo’s key titles for the Summer season. That’s why the company has already started promoting it on YouTube with the following commercial:

Unfortunately, the commercial doesn’t show much of the game, and mostly focus on “party game for the whole family” aspect. Therefore, If you want to see more of the game in action (or check out the list of playable characters), make sure to check out this post too!

But that’s not all! Nintendo have also shared some commercials for the game in Japan (3 in total), which are significantly longer and show more of the game:

Mario Golf: Super Rush (Switch) comes out on June 25th worldwide.

About Mario Golf: Super Rush

Tee off with family and friends in this content-packed Mario Golf game.

Hit the green with up to four players locally* or online** and golf with familiar Mushroom Kingdom characters. Modes range from Standard Golf to the energetic Speed Golf and an RPG-like golf adventure in story mode. Intuitive motion or button controls, a shot gauge that adapts to the curve of the course, and other new features make it easy for both new players and seasoned pros to drive and putt with power.

Swing simultaneously and make a break for the ball in Speed Golf

Tee off at the same time with up to three other players* and race through the course to get your ball in first. Outpace and interrupt your opponents with dashes and special shots. Mario, for example, can blow other players’ balls away.

Rise through the ranks of golf training in story mode

Enroll your Mii™ character in golf training in a prestigious country club and go from rookie to pro! You’ll face off against your Mushroom Kingdom classmates and earn experience points. Level up to improve your character’s stats like power, movement, and spin. You can bring your character (and their customized stats) into other modes, too!



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