Just like Splatoon 2 and ARMS, Nintendo started sharing regular updates for Super Mario Odyssey on Twitter (via the brand new Super Mario account), with details, pictures, GIFs, videos, and more. And just like with Splatoon 2 and ARMS, we’re going to round them all in this post, for your viewing convenience!
NB: only the details, pictures, GIFs, and videos for the period going from September 11th to October 13th can be found on this page. For the most recent updates, make sure to check out this post instead!
Today, Nintendo shared a screenshot and some details about the closet, which is found inside The Odyssey. It allows you to change what Mario is currently wearing. You can also find one in each one of the Crazy Cap stores around the world!
Today, Nintendo shared some screenshots and details for the Snapshot Mode. First, we have the “Fashionable” filter, which gives a really colourful and “pop” look to your pictures. There’s also a “Fish-eye” filter!
Also, Nintendo announced that the next episode of Game Center DX (a spin-off of Game Center CX, dedicated to recent games) would be released tomorrow. It’s about Super Mario Odyssey!
Here’s a short preview:
明日、10月13日（金）15時頃に、よゐこの濱口さんが挑戦するゲームセンターDX『スーパーマリオ オデッセイ』編を、YouTube任天堂公式チャンネルにて公開予定です！お楽しみに！ pic.twitter.com/L9F11EA3oh
— スーパーマリオ オデッセイ (@mario_odysseyJP) October 12, 2017
Today, Nintendo shared a screenshot of Madame Brood, a boss found in Fossile Falls (in the Cascade Kingdom). Around her neck, you can see a necklace with a Multi Moon. Those are worth 3 Power Moons each.
Today, Nintendo shared a screenshot of Glidon, a pretty joyful (yes, yes!) fellow that you can meet several times throughout your adventure. As the name implies, he’s pretty good at gliding, which is why you should definitely try to capture him whenever you get the chance to!
Today, the Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Famicom was released in Japan, and to celebrate, Nintendo showcased the “Super NES” filter for the Snapshot Mode in Super Mario Odyssey!
Today, Nintendo shared a screenshot for birds found in the Cascade Kingdom, and more precisely the Fossil Waterfalls. Unlike those found in New Donk City, they’re pretty colourful! We also have a screenshot showing a pretty Goomba Lady, who seems to have fallen for Mario… or rather, the Goomba he’s captured!
Today, Nintendo introduced an enemy called “Tostarena God” (official English name TBC), who happens to be a boss found in Tostarena (that he’s the guardian deity of). He attacks using ice and his giant fists.
Today is October 2nd, the first
day week day of October, which means it’s time for the latest Super Mario Odyssey calendar and wallpaper for your smartphone!
Today, Nintendo shared a screenshot of Lakitu: one of the most common enemies in Mario games. In Super Mario Odyssey, you can capture them, and when you do so, you can do fishing some Cheep Cheep!
Today, Nintendo shared a screenshot of the Power Moon list for the Sand Kingdom. You need a certain amount of Power Moons to power up The Odyssey, and reach new Kingdoms, so you need to find as many as possible in each Kingdom. With this handy list, you can check out how many there are left in the area you’re currently exploring! Power Moons you’ve already collected are shown on the map, allowing you to see which places you should focus on and those you don’t need to check again.
Today, Nintendo shared another screenshot of New Donk City, this time showcasing the local currency. The coins feature a portrait of Pauline, the mayor.
Today, Nintendo shared a screenshot showing New Donk City, and more precisely the birds you can find there: pigeons. If you stand still, they gather around Mario: perfect for a nice picture!… if you like pigeons.
Also, the official Twitter account in English has confirmed the English name of the tomato-like enemies found in the Luncheon Kingdom: Magmato!
Today, Nintendo shared a screenshot showing the Koopa Race, that you can take part in during your adventure. In order to win, you will need to make use of Mario’s various techniques and cross the finish line first:!
Today, Nintendo shared a screenshot showing New Donk City, and some of the graffiti that can be found in the city. All of them are related to the history of the city, and there seems to be some nice references to the earliest days of Mario. By the way, nice painter outfit, Mario!
Today, Nintendo shared a screenshot showing Bubblaine, from the Seaside Kingdom. It’s a seaside resort, located by a sea of wonderfully clear waters… that happen to be carbonated.
Today, Nintendo shared a video clip of Mario controlling a T-Rex after capturing it. As a T-Rex, you can move around and break things!
— スーパーマリオ オデッセイ (@mario_odysseyJP) September 19, 2017
Over the past few days, Nintendo shared the following:
- screenshots for Uncle amiibo: by tapping an amiibo, you can mark the location of Power Moon on the map. The game is compatible with all amiibo, but some of them allows you to unlock some special costumes too!
- screenshots for Talkatoo (a talkative bird that can give you hints about the location of Power Moons) and a special Toad that can help you find Power Moon… though only if you pay him!
- screenshots for Tiara, Cappy’s sister. She was living peacefully in the Cap Kingdom, when suddenly Bowser kidnapped her and put her on Peach’s head;
- screenshots for Photo Mode, that allows you to “stop time” and then take pictures. You can also edit the pictures, by changing colours, adding the Super Mario Odyssey logo, and much more.
Today, Nintendo shared a new screenshot, showing a unique variant of Goombas: they’re yellow/gold-ish. Unlike regular Goombas, they cannot be captured: if you try to throw Cappy at them, you will simply blow them away. If you shake the Joy-Con, you can make Cappy rotate and kill them all in one go!
Today, Nintendo shared one new screenshot for Super Mario Odyssey, that shows a mysterious set of footprints. Who or what do they belong to, and where are they leading to?
Today, Nintendo shared another video clip for Super Mario Odyssey, that shows Mario capturing binoculars. Because, yes, you can capture those too! Doing so allows you to use it, and see things in the distance. Who knows what you could find thanks to those handy binoculars, which can also be found in other Mario games (such as Super Mario 3D Land, for example).
— スーパーマリオ オデッセイ (@mario_odysseyJP) September 10, 2017
Source: Super Mario Odyssey (Twitter)