PaperMacheMario wrote:Just had the credits roll. What. A. Game. And still so much more to do in it, only finished with 230 moons. Now to explore the Mushroom Kingdom can’t wait to get stuck into the end game.
That was a couple of weeks ago. Now on 524 moons having beaten the Darker Side mammoth gauntlet bit. Took me about 2 or 3 in-game hours, such a slog but so much satisfaction at completing it. Gonna get back to polishing off the remaining Moons and purple coins now - got all I can after a relatively thorough exploration of the first half of the kingdoms, onto Metro Kingdom now!
Well 530 moons in and this game has just wowed me further, found multiple enterences into the odyssey, found out you can play catch with any dog with your hat and you can jump on the world on the odyssey to play a strawberry floating tune!
Struggled on my last couple of goes on this, then this morning in a short 15 minute stint before work managed to get about 8 moons in quick succession. Have to be in the right frame of mind to play this to its fullest potential, really tests my feeble brain at times
Rubix wrote:I’ve strawberry floating done the darker side of the moon
Ha, me too. I died a fair amount of times before realising it was actually very easy.
Great game though, and I have lots more moons to collect.
Yeah, skill wise it's not actually that difficult. You basically need to learn each section. Once you figure out each section they tend to be quite easy. The problem is it takes time to keep working up to the next section and then spending time working it out.
If you watched a walk through before attempting it, it wouldn't take you that long at all.
Tomous wrote:If you watched a walk through before attempting it, it wouldn't take you that long at all.
More fun working it out for yourself imo
Oh absolutely, but my point was, the difficulty comes from investing the time to learn the course rather than the skill and timing actually required to do it, which I think is unlike previous Champions Road esque 3D Mario levels.