After barely two weeks on digital and physical store shelves, Super Mario Bros. Wonder has already become the “biggest release for a Super Mario title,” selling 4.3 million copies globally, according to Nintendo’s latest earnings report.
Super Mario Bros. Wonder introduces plenty of new stuff to the series, including new power-ups, new transformations, and a new voice actor for the overall-clad plumber. While it isn’t all that difficult, the game seems to live up to its namesake, sparking wonder in Kotaku’s Zack Zwiezen, who said he’d played it again “the next time I need a pick-me-up” in his Super Mario Bros. Wonder review.
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