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It Sounds As Though Super Mario Odyssey Has Shifted 5 Million Copies

The brilliant Super Mario Odyssey on the Nintendo Switch has been performing extremely well worldwide. We haven’t had concrete numbers for a while, but a recent interview with Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime suggests that the 3D platformer has shifted five million copies worldwide. It’s managed to reach this milestone after just a month and two weeks, as noted by Reset Era member Toni Codrea.

The lineup of Nintendo-published games also has fueled fueling Switch sales, Fils-Aime said. Three titles have been purchased by more than 50% of Switch owners: “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild” — which won game of the year at the 2017 Game Awards — “Mario Kart 8 Deluxe,” and “Super Mario Odyssey.” Another title, third-person shooter “Splatoon 2,” has been purchased by one in four Switch owners, he said.

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      1. Oh I’m absolutely serious. The vast majority of the game requires no skill whatsoever, and is little more than a scavenger hunt without clues. It’s more a digital tour of their worlds than it is a “game”, up until the end game when they add some content with a little meat on its bones.

      2. Sounds like you’re just not a fan of the 3D collect-a-thon format in general. That’s not an issue with the game, that’s a personal preference. Some of the most highly regarded games of all time (Odyssey excluded) followed the same format.

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