Cheeky Devlin wrote:Random revelation based on something said in the direct.
When talking about the Moon and Night time it said that once you unlock it, you can have night-time without having to place the moon in a level.
"Once you unlock it"
We're gonna have stuff gated behind gooseberry fool aren't we? Either the story mode or the way it was in the first game where you had to use all the new items and place a certain number of blocks to trigger the next delivery.
Can't be arsed with that. Really wish there was an "Unlock all elements" option to get straight into making proper levels.
Really late reply, but I think the reason they may be staggering it is so you can get to grips certain elements. For a lot of people there's no real need, but I guess some may prefer to have less options and master things before moving on.
I guess the option to unlock everything, like you said, would be best for everyone. Means some can get to grips and other can get balls deep from the get go.
Loved the Direct for this, can't believe how much they've packed into it. As others have said, they could have quite easily just ported the original and probably still made a killing on it.
I have to admit although I own the Wii U version I barely played it, I came to it quite late and feel like I missed out on the community for it. This having a story mode makes it much more enticing for me as I know I'll get plenty of play out of that and by getting it at launch I'm hoping I'll really be able to be part of the active community this time around, even though I expect to be playing levels more than I'll be creating them.
The Super Mario 3D world art style looks great, I'm really glad they added that as I adored 3D world. It's a shame that the Game Boy styles didn't make their way across but I guess maybe there's hope for a future release or even DLC. I'd absolutely love to see a Super Mario Land 2 art style as it's my favourite 2D Mario, a Paper Mario style would also have been very welcome!
Edit: Oops, that wasn't answering the question, though. Sorry, dude, I've only bought direct through the Switch and haven't tried website purchasing!
Ooh, thanks jawa. I thought I'd go digital as I still have some eShop credit (which can't be used on the regular store to buy physical versions ) but that's solely to make it cheaper - if I can get the physical one cheapest I'll do that. Are ShopTo reputable then?