Super Mario Maker 2 Has a Story Mode and Much More

Next Nintendo Direct is about Super Mario Maker 2

Yesterday Nintendo had the Super Mario Maker 2 Direct, and it showed a barrage of features that we could barely keep up with.

Another huge addition is the Mario 3D World building style.

We've not even talked about all the new themes coming to the game. This means that you can set specific conditions for your stage of choice, giving you more options for measuring completion than just touching the flag. "Super Mario Bros. 3's" Angry Sun is being added to the series, along with slopes, snake blocks, seesaws, swinging claws, on/off switches, dry bones shells, and a whole lot more. Play also changes at night, however - so certain enemies might have different properties at night, while nighttime levels underground take place entirely upside down with a vertical screen flip. He has to run through courses animated in a range of traditional Mario styles, collecting coins and learning new tricks as he finishes each one. This is where players can upload or download levels and leave comments for others.

Levels can also be made cooperatively with someone else with another Joy-Con. There's obviously the Story Mode, but there is also Coursebot and Course World.

Competitive play is in, including for online.

On Thursday, Nintendo unveiled a limited-time offer exclusively for Nintendo Switch Online subscribers allowing them to purchase a pair of "Nintendo Switch Game Vouchers" for $99.99 through July 31st, 2019. As well as playing cooperatively, there are modes where you can race against three other players online through a level, with the first to finish the victor. Conveniently, the other players who join the local room don't have to be online for things to work.

The list of games you can select your two titles from has some big names on it, and while it's mostly comprised of Nintendo's own Switch releases, there are some third-party games on there as well. Vouchers are good for one year and must be used during that time period. We weren't expecting anything too new... but Nintendo did surprise us a little and revealed a new perk by having a Nintendo Switch Online membership.

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