It's impossible to play Super Mario Maker 2 without having a huge smile on your face. It's a total deconstruction of what makes Nintendo's 2D platforming franchise so special. You're just a plumber, standing
When the original Super Mario Maker came out on the Wii U in 2015, I called it the console’s “defining game.” The entire experience of crafting your own 2D, side-scrolling Super Mario levels felt perfectly
The semi-regular dribble of variably reliable info coming through about the PlayStation 5 might feel frustrating, but it does point to the fact that its official announcement is looming closer and closer.
I assumed Super Mario Maker 2 wouldn’t offer enough to keep me occupied. It is, after all, a game about making levels and sharing them with the world. Game design isn’t my top talent, particularly when
Super Mario Maker 2's release date is fast approaching. The game launches for Nintendo Switch in just a few days, and now reviews for the platforming game have started to hit the internet. GameSpot's Mario