The box super updating
For some reason, Nintendo chose to update the Super Mario Odyssey box art with a tiny little change.
The box art shows a bunch of glimpses from the game, and one of those was a sombrero-wearing Mario in the lower left corner. The sombrero Mario has been replaced with a swimming Mario, probably to show that the game has a water level too.
The updated box art features the plumber swimming with Cheap-Cheap.
Although a small change, it makes me wonder why Nintendo decided to change it.
Could there be an emphasis on swimming in the game, or was it simply the decision of a designer?
You can also press your Apps button on your remote.The two controllers are to make the Classic Edition’s multiplayer games playable right out of the box.(The NES Classic Edition’s special controllers retailed for each, accounting for the price markup.) Of the games included on the SNES Classic Edition —, which has been widely available as a ROM, never actually made it out onto the Super Nintendo. That game won’t be available to play from the start, however.Shipments are expected through the end of 2017, although it’s unclear whether that means they’ll only be available through then. The original, seen in the first image, shows Mario with the soon-to-be famous sombrero on his head.