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Doomed Episode #10

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

E3 2015: Super Mario Maker






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Super Mario Maker Release Date Announced

 Nintendo has confirmed Super Mario Maker will be available in North America on September 11.

During its Digital Event today, the company also revealed Amiibo set to work with the title, as well as a rebranding of the game.
Mario Maker was first revealed at E3 2014, and allows users to create their own Super Mario Bros.-style levels from a set of different items via the Wii U GamePad; an idea Miyamoto says was similar to the creative process for the first Super Mario Bros.

"When we were working on the original - first - NES Mario game 30 years ago, every level we had to first draw on paper before we put it into the game, and it was a big process. But with Mario Maker it's a game where you can design a level, and as you design it, you can jump in and play it, and try it out."

Recently it was announced that legendary composer Koji Kondo would assume the role of sound director and main composer for Mario Maker.




Super Mario Maker Amiibo Support Revealed

 Today's Nintendo Digital Event, the Japanese company revealed some of the amiibo that will work with the title.
The figures shown in the video are Link, Marth, Isabelle, Yoshi, Luigi and Wii Fit Trainer. Also revealed is a Mystery Mushroom power-up, which allows you to transform into another character selectable using amiibo.

Mario Maker was first revealed at E3 2014, and allows users to create their own Super Mario Bros.-style levels from a set of different items via the Wii U GamePad; an idea Miyamoto says was similar to the creative process for the first Super Mario Bros.
"When we were working on the original - first - NES Mario game 30 years ago, every level we had to first draw on paper before we put it into the game, and it was a big process. But with Mario Maker it's a game where you can design a level, and as you design it, you can jump in and play it, and try it out."

 





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