Super Mario Bros. Wonder received its official ESRB rating today, and it contains a little bit of new information — including a detail about the main villain that most probably expected. Spoilers follow, but there’s nothing too specific here.
The listing confirms that Bowser will indeed be the main antagonist in Super Mario Bros. Wonder. It also mentions boss fights “against giant enemies that breathe fire and smash parts of the landscape.” Again, nothing overly big or too surprising, but the fact that Bowser is returning wasn’t previously announced – although it was expected.
Here is the full description:
This is a platform game where players control characters from the Mario universe as they try to stop the villain Bowser. Players traverse whimsical environments while jumping on enemies’ heads, throwing shells/objects at them, or throwing small fireballs to knock them off screen. Boss battles feature more involved battles against giant enemies that breathe fire and smash parts of the landscape.
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Super Mario Bros. Wonder launches for Switch on October 20, 2023.