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Nintendo Spain has published a extensive video dedicated to Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury where they review the main details of the game that will arrive at Nintendo Switch he February 12 2021. The trailer contains the main game functions and news that are added to the original game, as a photo mode and online gambling; while detailing how to play Bowser’s Fury, which instead of being divided into worlds offer a archipelago to explore to the taste of the player.
Let’s start with the news added to the Super Mario 3D World published in 2013 for Wii U. The first, the aforementioned Photo mode, from which we can change the angle of the action, zoom in and use a variety of filters to change the static of the photo. Also, as the worlds are explored, they will discover stamps to stick in the photos. The other novelty is in the multiplayer mode, which in addition to allowing local play, each one with their own command, up to four players; It allows play online and on local wireless connection.
Bowser’s Fury take Mario to various islands to explore freely
As for Bowser’s Fury, the new content will bring Mario to the Sea of claws, a location with various islands in which the plumber wings with Bowsy (who can be controlled by a second player in local multiplayer) to get the Feline Suns. The islands can explore freely, as in the traditional three-dimensional Super Mario, and travel between them on the back of Plessie.
He Furious Bowser naming the magnification will appear, as implied in the video, randomly. At that time, if enough feline Suns have been collected, the Gigacampana, which allows the plumber to become Giga Mario Feline, and face the villain. If you wait long enough, Furious Bowser will disappear.
The video also reviews the compatibility with amiibo: the new Mario Felino figure turns the protagonist into Mario Felino Blanco and the one with Peach Felina offers random power-ups; the rest of the amiibo are also supported. The two cat figures will also be available on February 12, at the same time as the Red and blue Nintendo Switch commemorating the 35th anniversary of Super Mario.