Super Mario Odyssey is one of the most anticipated games of the year. The title will take Mario far and beyond the Mushroom Kingdom in order to save Peach from marrying Bowser (against her will), and the game will also feature a brand new gameplay mechanic with Mario being able to control enemies via his hat.
At Gamescom 2017, producer Yoshiaki Koizumi took the stage to talk about the game and also show off one of the new lands Mario would be visiting, the Luncheon Kingdom. Check out the full demo below, and experience Super Mario Odyssey when it releases on October 24th.
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