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Ubisoft provides a further look at Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope

Ubisoft has provided fans with a further look at the long-awaited sequel to Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle which is called Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope and it looks like it is shaping up to be something truly impressive. Gone is the grand based system restricting player movement in battles and players can now explore larger environments when out of battle, take on side-quests and solve puzzles. There’s also the inclusion of Bowser on your team along with Rabbid Rosalina and a new female character called Edge who wields a sword. The game also has some stellar composers including Gareth Coker (Ori and the Blind Forest) and Yoko Shimomura (Kingdom Hearts) along with Grant Kirkhope to compose for Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope. Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope launches on the Nintendo Switch family of systems on 20th October and you can check out the newly released trailer for the game down below.

“Only the most extravagant team of Heroes can rekindle the sparks of hope across the galaxy! Rediscover Mario & the Rabbids Heroes and build your dream team of three characters from an eclectic roster of nine, including all-time favourites Mario, Rabbid Peach, Luigi, Rabbid Mario, Peach, Rabbid Luigi and some unexpected newcomers like Edge & Rabbid Rosalina! Bowser, the troublemaker, is also forced to join forces with the team and he is not happy about it! Take advantage of each Hero’s special abilities to outwit even the strongest enemies in battle. And combine forces with the Sparks, whose immense energy makes anything possible… for better OR worse!”

“Lead your dream team of Heroes through luxurious worlds and discover each planet’s curious inhabitants. Explore rich and peculiar worlds while unlocking all the secrets they have to offer and prove your bravery in action-packed battles. Each enemy requires a specific set of skills to gain the upper hand as you fight in dynamic, tactical combat. Build your own team by combining your favourite Heroes and Sparks. Throughout your journey forge new alliances with familiar faces and even the most unexpected allies. Level up, build your strength and emerge victorious.”

3 thoughts on “Ubisoft provides a further look at Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope”

  1. So a few things to note what the sequel improves in:
    *Character movement is more free, and your allowed to select anyone in any order
    *The level format isn’t linear anymore, get to point A to B, your free to go wherever and can start your own battles with enemies.
    *Side quest are thing now (that’s real cool) and puzzles seem to be alot more creative (couldn’t stand the pipe puzzles/block puzzles tbh).
    *Getting all the characters seems to be easy seems like you get most of them in the the mid begging, (An issue I had with the orginal was Yoshi and rabbid Yoshi being unlockable late game and not having much use)

    The only thing I hope gets address is the leveling system I hope theirs a way to level up other characters you aren’t using while progressing through the game, because sometimes certain characters have upper hands on different enemies, hopefully an item that helps speed up leveling or an exp share anything to help from having the others being under level.

    1. Whoops forgot to mention all the main character rabbids and side character rabbids have distinct voice actors and so do the side quest rabbids as well, rabbid Mario and rabbid Rosalina sound a bit close to their respective va in the showcase video.

  2. This game sounds amazing. I hope the story is decent enough, Mario games never really focus on this besides the Mario and Luigi games. The story for the first one was a bit barebones.

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