Super Mario Maker 2 (Switch)

Super Mario Maker 2 (Switch)

  • Genre: Child-friendly, Platform, Puzzle, Arcade
  • Age rating: 3 years
  • Local Multiplayer
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3.6 of 5 stars

Based on 6 reviews

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16/09/2019
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    Have kept the family's 12-year-old employed since it was released. It is really good but it is sad that a subscription service is required to access other people's products.

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    22/08/2019
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      Emil Larsson
      Better than the first Mario Maker in every way! The algorithm for random courses is better so the average quality of courses you get when playing is higher! The only thing I miss is being able to use the gamepad at the same time as the TV from the Wii U version, but I do not pull the rating down on such a thing as it is a hardware limitation with Switch.

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      13/08/2019
        Great fun game! It is so much value for money that you hardly need any more games. Endless, Storymode, VS, Easy, Normal, Expert, Super Expert, yes it never ends! Highly recommended to everyone with Switch!

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        11/08/2019
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          Drexon
          I dropped $ 3000 on a Switch, $ 720 on a Pro Controller and $ 700 on this game, and nothing ... NOTHING works properly. I run the Switch in table top mode and the screen is under all criticism. It has decent motion blur between the frame, making it difficult to see enemies properly when running fast (which you need in MP). The screen is apparently more discreet the newer they are, as confirmed by online users, who compared the newest screens to those that came when the switch was released, and that is the difference. The "dry bones" enemy looks like a gray blob if you run fast, plus it is less "bright", ie. shines less because the screen is so cash. The Pro Controller does not work as it should either, but even though I only have a few CENTIMETERS from the screen, I sometimes lose inputs. I made a recording of this where I pressed 2 times to the left, then 2 times to the right in a menu, and showed that it sometimes double-pressed and sometimes did not register 1-2 prints. It's inferior quality. The game's multiplayer mode, which is the most fun WHEN IT WORKS, works incredibly poorly and, in my opinion, is reason to be able to return the game and get the money back. Most people are aware of it, but it fixes unbelievably, and often without Nintendo even acknowledging the problem or saying that they are fixing it. Fucking cash simply. And then they have MAGE to charge 100 SEK extra for the game because it now requires a subscription .......

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          01/07/2019
          Edited 09/07/2019
            7
            74Linus
            Best

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