Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope will be released on October 20, 2022, publisher is Ubisoft, whose genre is a strategy game, supporting play modes include: Handheld mode, Tabletop mode, and TV mode supported languages include Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish.
Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope performed well with reviewers and consumers both, earning positive reviews, and industry awards, and recently announced the milestone of reaching over ten million players.
There will be two editions of the game available at launch with the Standard Edition starting at $59.99 and the special Gold Edition starting at $89.99.
The reviews of this game have been released, so let's look at the latest round-up.
1. IGN, 9/10 to be precise the game's loading screens being its only major drawback:
“Between fights you get to catch your breath in the large and brilliantly colorful open worlds, solving its light puzzles and being puzzled yourself by its oddball story. It's extremely gratifying to play an ambitious sequel that fixes all of the main issues I had with the original, and then some.”
“Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope captures everything that made the original so special, all while delivering a more complex and complete experience. It offers a new level of strategic depth, with world-building that makes it more of a Super Mario game than you might expect.”
3. NME, 4/5 review
“Ubisoft has a sublime grasp on Nintendo's platforming charm, and blended with Rabbids' more absurdist humor, Sparks Of Hope can turn even the most die-hard speed-runner into a completionist tourist, scouring each level in search of the next gag or side-quest.”
Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope takes the excellent tactical combat ideas of Kingdom Battle and runs absolutely wild with them. Its goofy characters still have the ability to bounce off of each other, but they're now free of the rigid grid and wonderfully customizable thanks to the mix-and-match Sparks that give them new and reliably interesting powers. Between fights you get to catch your breath in the large and brilliantly colorful open worlds, solving its light puzzles and being puzzled yourself by its oddball story. It's extremely gratifying to play an ambitious sequel that fixes all of the main issues I had with the original, and then some.