Super Mario Galaxy is arguably one of the best video games of all time. Launched in 2007, the Wii classic is a Nintendo tour de force, showing the design and direction genius of Shigeru Miyamoto and Yoshiaki Koizumi.
The outer space setting and gravity-based gameplay, with Mario platforming on planetoids and worlds, was a marvel. Skip forward ten years, to the Nintendo Switch classic Super Mario Odyssey, and certain things have progressed.
And a particular aspect of this progression was highlighted that stunned many fans. On Twitter, Supper Mario Broth, who looks at obscure Mario details, decided to delve deep on the coins used in both games.
Related: Super Nintendo World Is Immersive, Nostalgic, And Lousy With Microtransactions While the gold coins in Super Mario Odyssey look more sophisticated and realistic than Galaxy's, as you'd expect considering the 10-year difference, Supper Mario Broth pointed out that the coins in the more modern game are actually far simpler and use much fewer polygons.Read more on thegamer.com