Unlike our dedicated game devices, the game is not releasing in a limited number of countries.
After being introduced to the game's three modes (World Tour, Toad Rally and Kingdom Builder), Fallon gets a chance to play through a level of the game in front of a crowd that includes legendary game designer Shigeru Miyamoto. Everything from a sweet flip off the shell of a Koopa Troopa to a well-timed roll on a big landing will reward you with more of their cheers. Should Miyamoto go on a Nintendo music tour? For more on the game, check out our hands-on with the Super Mario Run demo.
If you have not seen, we invite you to check the spectacular trailer for Super Mario Run that Nintendo released yesterday night below. So, no pressure! Fallon did pretty well in the brief time that he played the newest Mario title, thanks to Fils-Aimé encouraging him to get the special coins and the invincibility star. Are you interested in downloading Super Mario Run once it releases? "Here [with Super Mario Run], it's all the screen". For example, if players have Super Mario Run on their iPhone and iPad, they can share one save file across the different devices. In an interview with CNET, the head of Nintendo of America talked about the new mobile game and where Nintendo is headed as far as smartphones go. Emulators and the odd exception notwithstanding, consumers could not play the most beloved game series in history - Super Mario Bros. - without a Nintendo device.
Still, Nintendo hasn't lost sight of traditional gaming.
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A delighted Fallon told the crowd "This is a game-changer, I love this!" Even as free smartphone games pulled casual players away from its living room consoles and portable DS hardware, mustachioed plumber Mario and the rest of Nintendo's stable stayed exclusively on the company's own systems. Is it something like the Mario Galaxy games?
What's important to point out is that there are absolutely zero micro-transactions in Super Mario Run.
The game seems poised to be a hit-and potentially a windfall for Nintendo.