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Masahiro Sakurai is delighted with Spider-Man 2 and Super Mario Bros. Wonder

"Both are masterpieces that I can recommend to anyone."

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What a year of unforgettable games this 2023 is leaving us (yes, it's almost a phrase we could use every year). Hogwarts Legacy, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, Diablo IV, Baldur's Gate III, Assassin's Creed Mirage, Pikmin 4, Cocoon, Dredge, Dave the Diver and so many others, big and small, that have been bidding for our attention since day one. October has been one of the most intense months as far as releases are concerned, and last Friday the 20th two heavyweights hit the stores at the same time: Marvel's Spider-Man 2 and Super Mario Bros. Wonder.

It is possible that many of you have had to choose one or the other to play these days, but we really recommend that you do not leave aside either of the two to fall into oblivion, as both are true masterpieces. And I'm not saying it myself, but one of the most important and influential figures that have passed through the industry: Masahiro Sakurai.

The celebrated designer of games like Super Smash Bros. Ultimate confessed on X that he spent the entire weekend playing both titles and has just completed them. Verdict? He loved them both. He literally says that "I think they are both masterpieces that I can recommend to anyone. The new games are amazing and I thank them for creating them."

I think we can agree with Sakurai-san that SMB Wonder and Spider-Man 2 have been amazing, and that all gamers should at least check them out. Are you already doing so? Then you might want to check out these tips and tricks for Spidey, or these complete guides to earning all the medals, finding Captain Toad and reaching the Special World and complete all worlds in Super Mario Bros. Wonder.

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