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It’s been a long time since we’ve seen any real gameplay footage from Super Mario Odyssey, but it’s all set to arrive on Nintendo Switch sometime in 2018.

The game’s main focus is on exploration and battling, but we’ve also got a few surprises up our sleeve.

First off, we have to talk about the Switch version of Super Mario Sunshine.

This is the first game that the Nintendo Switch hardware can actually play, so we can definitely expect some improvements to the visuals.

If you’ve played the game before, you’ll probably remember how colourful it is and how beautiful the environments are.

It’s also worth noting that it’s possible to switch between the 3DS and Switch versions of the game at any point, so you can easily take it to the next level.

This screenshot from the 3D version of the new game, Mario Sunshine, looks a little more vibrant and colourful.

You can also switch between 3D and 2D versions of your favourite game.

Source: IGN via NeoGAF, Nintendo Switch, Switch Pro ControllerThe game’s visuals have also been revamped to look more realistic and lifelike, which is pretty cool.

You’ll also be able to take screenshots with the 3d version of Mario Sunshine on your TV.

The game has also received a bunch of new levels to play, which are all available to download.

The first level, “Catch the Giant,” will be available in the Nintendo 3DS version of it, while the next two levels are available on the Switch Pro controller.

These are all pretty neat additions, especially if you’ve already been playing the game on the 3ds or Switch.

You may want to check out these new levels in the 3rd and 4th sections below.

If you’ve not been playing Super Mario 64, it’s worth taking a look at this demo.

It’ll show you the game’s controls and the controls in action.

You can also watch this video to see how the game works in 3D.

It’s also important to note that this game was actually announced on April 1st, so there’s no time to get a full-fledged release date set.

However, we’ll have to wait until the next few weeks to get the full details on the game, which could be out by the end of the month.

You should definitely check out the Nintendo Super Show 2019 lineup, which will run from April 15th to May 11th in LA.

You won’t want to miss it!