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Super Mario Maker 2 - Reached 20 million levels online

The 35th Anniversary of Super Mario Bros. is very close and it can only be the best opportunity to celebrate a new record for Super Mario Maker 2, the level editor for Nintendo Switch. https://twitter.com/supermario35th/status/1301513039171256325 Just yesterday, close to ...

Super Mario Maker 2, here is the mode to create entire game worlds

Super Mario Maker 2 returns to update after about a year from its official launch date. The update, arriving tomorrow, allows you to create entire game worlds. Thanks to the World Maker Update, players ...
Super Mario Maker 2 Nintendo Switch

Super Mario Maker 2, the Ver. 2 update introduces Link

Super Mario Maker 2 in the coming days will be updated with the update Ver. 2 which introduces many new features together with a very famous hero. You heard right, Super Mario Maker updates to Ver ....
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Super Mario Maker - Nintendo influenced by its community

Super Mario Maker series producer Takashi Tezuka recently told Game Informer about the sequel, released a few days ago on Nintendo Switch, as well as the original Wii U version. Tezuka is still ...

Super Mario Maker 2 - we discover all the news from Nintendo Direct

The Nintendo Direct on Super Mario Maker 2 has just ended and there has been no shortage of news on the game. The Kyoto industry has indeed revealed some details on the title coming on ...

Persona 5 Strikers - Review

Almost a year after the western release of Persona 5 Royale and four from the original title, the Phantom Thieves are back on our ...

Gran Turismo 7 has been postponed to 2022

In an interview with GQ Magazine in which he confirmed that Sony is at work on PS VR for Playstation 5, Jim Ryan has ...

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