Super Mario Odyssey Vs. 64 And Sunshine (REVIEW/COMPARISON)




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Icee202 Productions: A year later and I don't really feel like this video aged well. Odyssey was a great adventure for sure, but I don't find much of the music memorable, the stages don't hold up well, and the actual level design compared to past games leaves a lot to be desired. While Mario's moveset is more expansive, a lot of the capture abilities feel shallow, and the controls tried to seem simple but ended up being way more complex than they ever needed to be, what with forced motion controls in some situations and multiple button combinations to perform simple actions. As far as challenge goes, I'd even argue that Odyssey is one of, if not the easiest of the 3D Mario games. There are many many Moons that require absolutely no skill, and some are tied to tasks that the game will have you repeat constantly from world to world. It all feels like padding, and that's not something that needs to exist in a Mario game. It very often feels more like an adventure game than a platformer, and not in a good way. I still really enjoyed it, but it really wasn't what I was hoping for from a new 3D Mario game.

Jacob Gordon: Why wouldn't Galaxy be a contender?

BlackMartini: Odyssey is too easy Sunshine is so much more challenging with great memorable music and levels

L Lawliet: So we are comparing the newest game to the others in terms of gameplay, and you mention that you have to leave the world each time to get stars... yeah cause depending on the mission the world could change and adapt. That is not a con, yes the new game has some advancements but does it beat both of them combined for how they were when they were first created? I swear you need to look at what came before for these entries not the series as a whole until the last one to make a fair comparison. So no post game content is now a killer... not everyone wants to go back once they beat a game. It should be a plus but not a shutout for that type of gameplay. My lord this video is terrible, I subscribed earlier from Loz OOT vs MM but now I am unsubscribed. I will check out a few more to see which side you fall on but serious I can't think of two videos that were soo different in base of tone and bias. You want Odyssey to succeed but you have to look at things as if they were new not the newest versus a few times ago and act like just because they made improvements that it did better than the improvements that led up to that game. They improved on it, which is good for a series but seriously you are comparing games from two different times you should reflect on that.... gods i honestly doubt I can make it through this. You keep saying odyssey did it better when these games created most of these mechanics and how they worked...

alex contreras /negative ned: What about galaxy, galaxy 2 and 3d world?

Sirius Black: Some people: "64 music is better".
Seriously guys? Stop it being nostalgic!
Mario 64 did not even have original soundtracks for each level and all were repeated for multiple levels.

Dørkłÿ Dörÿ: Odyssey vs galaxy

Phil Rytz: what about a galaxy vs. odyssey battle? i feel like that would be more fair

izhar ahmed: Sm64 still have best sound track

Mysteryman XX: This was rigged

Nathan Erbaugh: No hub world, generic stages, RIDICULOUS gameplay gimic ( even compared to sunshine fludd ), vastly lowering the importance and accomplishment of collecting stars, generic lyric theme song, so even compared to games that are 15 years or more old it STILL doesnt even come close! Just because the stages are bigger, doesnt mean the entire game is better than both games that are for the most part vastly superior to oddssey.

Russell S.: I don't like odyssey

Keiki Duncan: 12:42 hold up, are you guys from northern California? That's where I live, where redwood national forest is

Christian Stokes: Stop comparing it to Zelda

HazeTheHawk13: Finally got to beat Mario Odyssey, took me less then 5 hours to get to the final boss and collected every moon and item in less then I'd say less two to three days. I have to be honest Odyssey is my least favorite 3D Mario Title. It's the quickest 3D Mario game that I've ever played some of his controls are more limited then ever such as the wall jump, the worlds are too small, you need less then 20% of moons to get to Bowser and after that there is nothing to motivate you to collect the rest of the moons, they weren't fun to collect for me and there was nothing pushing me too. In the last few 3D Titles you Unlocked Luigi giving you slightly different game play experiences, in this game nothing. Besides a few costumes which only give cosmetic changes nothing in Odyssey was worth unlocking to me. I didn't care much for the worlds, they cleared them way quicker then I should have, nothing memorable, the a few good tunes but I liked Past titles soundtracks more and as a whole I liked 64, SunShine, and the Galaxy games much more then Odyssey and I'd even ague with myself that I even enjoyed 3D Land more. The post game kingdoms were nothing special to me and the throw back one (Spoilers) I thought was better in 64 and looked better in Galaxy. The stages were boring to me, the bosses were boring, and idk, I just feel the opposite about Odyssey then everybody else it seems. I like the other 3D Mario games better.

Rudy Wie: Why no compare glitches lol

Gaming Productions 123: I loved these 3 games and if you were to do a versus with these 3 games instead of one versus the other two, Super Mario 64 will win. Also one of my issues with odyssey is you cannot replay some things you already completed like 64 and sunshine, such as the time or weather cannot be seen again when playing the level or boss battles, after the boss from their original form is done, it’s done. For example, in the metro kingdom, I wish you could see it in the rain at night again and fight mecha wiggler again in it’s regular form than the form in the rematch, but after you are done with that, you’re done and can’t do all that again.

Joe Jutton: He clearly just likes mario odyssey because itd new

Spenser Bainbridge: Odyssey is far too simple and obvious to play if you've played any Mario game before. 64 and sunshine actually keep you guessing and have the perfect amount of difficulty, Odyssey was so straight forward.

Crutch & Wheels Gaming: I agree with everything except that I think Mario 64 has the best soundtrack out of these three. Galaxy has the best of all the marios
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Super Mario Odyssey Vs. 64 and Sunshine (REVIEW/COMPARISON) 5 out of 5

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Icee202 Productions: A year later and I don't really feel like this video aged well. Odyssey was a great adventure for sure, but I don't find much of the music memorable, the stages don't hold up well, and the actual level design compared to past games leaves a lot to be desired. While Mario's moveset is more expansive, a lot of the capture abilities feel shallow, and the controls tried to seem simple but ended up being way more complex than they ever needed to be, what with forced motion controls in some situations and multiple button combinations to perform simple actions. As far as challenge goes, I'd even argue that Odyssey is one of, if not the easiest of the 3D Mario games. There are many many Moons that require absolutely no skill, and some are tied to tasks that the game will have you repeat constantly from world to world. It all feels like padding, and that's not something that needs to exist in a Mario game. It very often feels more like an adventure game than a platformer, and not in a good way. I still really enjoyed it, but it really wasn't what I was hoping for from a new 3D Mario game.
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