Nintendo has a demo of Super Mario Odyssey playable at San Diego Comic Con, and footage is starting to filter online.
YouTube user Yoshiller has ten minutes of gameplay up, featuring raw direct-feed footage from New Donk City.
On the other hand, the footage filmed by elchiffonism may be a little less focused, shot from multiple screens, but it shows a larger variety of stages and gameplay, so both are worth watching.
Nintendo has been showing off the game quite a lot following its E3 appearance, and it was also playable in Paris, France, on the show floor of Japan Expo just a couple of weeks ago. We’ll probably get to see a lot more in upcoming events like Gamescom, even if Nintendo will probably be absent at Tokyo Game show, since the console manufacturer from Kyoto traditionally skips the event.
You can check both clips below, and if you want to see even more, you can enjoy some snazzy co-op gameplay, a demonstration of the Wooded Kingdom, another video showing more New Donk City and the Sand Kingdom, topped by lots of screenshots, and the recent trailer from the E3 Spotlight broacast. Of course, you shouldn’t miss our hands-on preview.
Super Mario Odyssey will release exclusively for Nintendo Switch in October 2017.