Super Mario Maker was one of my favorite games at this year’s E3, and I really dug the 30 or so minutes I had with the title while at Nintendo’s booth. The demo itself was pretty much open, and you could select really anything you wanted from the menu they provided. That means what I played is likely different than what another writer from another site played.
What you see above is 21 minutes of Super Mario Maker with direct feed audio as recorded by Nintendo World Report. This was obviously an offscreen capture as you can see the player and the demo person standing beside him whenever the screen flashes black.
Still, it’s solid, and you’ll get a really great representation of what the game looks like in motion when you’re playing the levels created by others. They are absolutely ridiculous, for what it’s worth. This is a world where blocks not only eject mushrooms and coins, but also squids and flying fish. Why not?
Super Mario Maker will release for the Wii U on September 11, 2015.