hopped onto the Friday, bringing epic four-player tomfoolery to fans of the intrepid plumber. If you haven’t picked up a Switch yet, the company also released a special of its hugely popular hybrid console.
The game is an enhanced version of the, and CNET’s Scott Stein praised it as since . It was the first game to feature Mario and pals’ cat suits, and the new Bowser’s Fury section shifts to a more open-world Odyssey style compared to the linear levels of the main game.
The $300 special Switch matches the colors of the plumber’s iconic outfit: red Joy-Con controllers with blue straps, a blue Joy-Con grip, a red Nintendo Switch dock and a red Switch system. It’s the first time the console itself has been available in a different color, and it comes with a red and blue carry case and screen protector.
You’ll be getting the version of the console with the, but it doesn’t include the game — you’ll need to pick that up separately if you’re eager for multiplayer Mario. Special-edition Switches also tend to sell out quickly.
This story was published earlier. Retail buttons are updated to reflect currently available inventory.