Super Mario Maker 2 for Nintendo Switch
Switch

Super Mario Maker 2

Jun 28, 2019
9.11
playscore
Excellent
10th of 6027

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About this game

Developer: Nintendo
Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

Let your imagination run wild with new tools, course parts, and features as you create the Super Mario courses of your dreams. This sequel to Super Mario Maker launches exclusively on Nintendo Switch.

Gamer Reviews

13712 Reviews
9.52
whatoplay
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leggo
9.70
Sep 13, 2020

Everything is great about this game except online multiplayer

30
MrToad
9.30
Jun 1, 2020

Almost endless entertainment

20
Jan 28, 2020

The game itself controls very well, and only suffers from connectivity issue during matches. Building levels is easy, but scrolling through the options individually can sometimes be a pain. In the end, this is a game meant to be held up by a community, so once this game is forgotten by most, it'll lose a lot of the fun, especially in Vs. mode. Ultimately, a must buy.

70

Critic Reviews

69 Reviews
8.69
Dalton CooperJul 05, 2019
Super Mario Maker 2 has a bright future ahead of it, but it’s still a fully-featured game at launch. The new tools make for exciting additions to the game, and users have already created spectacularly fun levels that can be downloaded right now. The multiplayer implementation in Super Mario Maker 2 definitely has room for improvement, but otherwise players should have a ton of fun with the game.
Leo FariaJul 05, 2019
Especially since the fact you can take the Switch anywhere you want means that you’ll constantly have to play the console offline. Regardless of that, Super Mario Maker 2 is still good. Very good. It’s a Mario game made by Nintendo, so unless it’s called New Super Mario Bros U, it’s basically impossible for one of these to end up being a bad game.
Shubhankar ParijatJul 02, 2019
There’s just so much to do in Super Mario Maker 2. People often say about certain games that they offer infinite content and endless replayability, but here, that’s truer than it is in most other cases. Regardless of whether you’re looking to create your own deathtraps and ingenious courses, or are just looking to enjoy the courses created by others – Nintendo included – there really is infinite content for you here. The fact that it’s all so well-designed and easy to use, but also offers a ton of depth, makes it that much better.