I got 'Super Mario Odyssey' early and spent 10 hours playing it - here's what I think so far
About 10 hours ago, I walked into a store in New York City and bought a copy of Nintendo's upcoming "Super Mario Odyssey." Ever since, I've been playing it nearly non-stop.
Good news: So far, "Super Mario Odyssey" is excellent.
"Super Mario Odyssey" feels brand new, despite starring a decades-old character. It looks far better than it should on the Switch, a console that's not quite as powerful as the competition.
And it seemingly evolves the long-running franchise once again, letting you play as dozens of unique characters.
Like Mario's old pal Bullet Bill, for instance:
Here are my full impressions of the biggest game of the year, "Super Mario Odyssey," after 10 hours: