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Super Mario Odyssey sells 2 million copies in the first 3 days of its release

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Tuesday, October 31st 2017 - 21:12 GMT
Super Mario Odyssey sells 2 million copies in the first 3 days of its release
Super Mario Odyssey sells 2 million copies in the first 3 days of its release
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Nintendo has already sold over two million copies of Super Mario Odyssey within the first three days of its release. That can be deduced from Nintendo's Six Months Financial Results Briefing.


One of the slides included in the briefing PDF shows that the company has already sold over two million copies of the game. The game was released last Friday.
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In Super Mario Odyssey Mario has to keep Princess Peach from Bowser's claws, who want to marry the princess. To do this, Mario has to travel through a number of different locations, including New Donk City, a copy of the non-fictional city of New York.

The game features typical movement mechanics, such as wall jumping, diving and long jumping, as well a new mechanic related to Mario's cap. The cap comes alive, can be used as a frisbee to grab items, but also to get hard-to-reach areas.

Mario's cap can be controlled by a second player by using one of the Joy-Con controllers. The second player can also use the cap to collect coins and to take out enemies.
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Raymond Bakker
Journalist and Software Developer at Moonlight Multimedia. He covers the latest video games news from indie to virtual reality and has been actively involved in the video games industry since the early 2000s.

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