And we must say, it looks better in screenshots than in motion. If we're being entirely honest, we're worried that the game in motion plays a bit slow. The Mario games we loved from the NES, SNES and even N64 days were fast paced games that required precision.
This game, however, looks a bit softer on the reflexes.
That said, we just now it's going to be an awesome game when it does release, and like everyone else with a 3DS, we'll be lining up early next year for the game that might just send the 3DS into the stratosphere.