New Super Mario 3D World trailer has a distinctly jazzy feel…and lots of new gameplay

Today’s Nintendo Direct opened with perhaps the most extensive look at Super Mario 3D World to date. It showed off equal amounts of the game’s character and gameplay, with a jazzy tune playing throughout and a look at power-ups galore. To name a few, the game will feature the cat suit we’ve already seen, the return of Super Mario 3D Land’s boomerang suit, a cherry that splits Mario into multiple Marios, numerous held items like a baseball and a piranha plant pot, and other items either ridden by Mario or worn on his head. It’s going to be quite the compilation of power-ups and items.

Thankfully, many moments in the trailer indicate that Super Mario 3D World isn’t just going to be a generic sequel to Super Mario 3D Land. The music playing in the background of the trailer and moments like Bowser driving up in a purple car adorned with spikes demonstrate the theme the game is clearly going for.

But don’t take my word for it. Watch this excellent trailer and let us know what you’re the most excited for in the comments below!

8 Responses to New Super Mario 3D World trailer has a distinctly jazzy feel…and lots of new gameplay

  1. MikeIsaPoet says:

    It’s a cavalcade of powerups!

  2. Lord Lemmy says:

    Omg, when I saw that trailer, I take back everything I ever said about this new console Mario not being ground-breaking or original! Seriously, wow!

  3. Parko says:

    This trailer has cemented my Super Mario 3D World purchase!

  4. Holly says:

    @Lord Lemmy @Parko Agreed! 😀

  5. Anthony says:

    Such an amazing trailer, I’ve never been so excited for a mario game!

  6. baelnic says:

    Holy mother of toad. That was amazing.

  7. I knew I would likely buy this game on day one because Mario games really never disappoint, but now I am torn between playing this or A Link Between Worlds first because they both launch the same day. Decisions, decisions…

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