Hang up a dart board and have Nintendo throw their arrows and yes… bullseye! Nintendo is not lacking when it comes to making games. Nintendo isn’t necessarily known for its high-resolution graphics, but primarily for the straightforward styling and entertaining games that stick with the player. For example, look at Mario. Mario is arguably the most famous gaming character Nintendo has ever created. Everyone’s probably played a Mario game at one point or another. Also in the new set of Mario 3D World + Bowser Fury, you can go back to work with your favorite Italian plumber (who likes to dress like a cat from time to time). What does Boris think of this? Nice or funny? Read it in the Bowser’s Fury review.
Easy but difficult …
Bowser’s Fury is a new game. The one you can play right from the main menu. In terms of mechanics, it’s almost identical to 3D World. You can still dress up as a cat and a trumpet in transparent tubes. Additionally, they add a 360 degree camera, which gives the game a much more modern feel. The goal is always to collect glowing gold coins to unlock new levels.
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In fact, the world of Bowser’s Fury is one big series of challenges, and your job is to overcome them. There is a huge range of things to do: fight bosses, hunt rabbits, run on the back of a sea creature, climb giant towers, and more. Like any Mario game, some of these challenges are fairly straightforward, while others – especially towards the end of the game – are tough challenges with tight deadlines. Needless to say, getting a coin takes work. Mario 3D World is the remaster of the WiiU version with some modifications. How does Boris like this package?