Game Trivia

  • The boxes for the Super Mario Odyssey amiibo figures ended up spoiling the existence of the Lake Kingdom, Snow Kingdom and Mushroom Kingdom long before Nintendo officially revealed them (thanks to the giant world map printed on the box). Then again, this world map has revealed quite a few things in every piece of media it's been in, since the exact same map appeared in a Gamescom video and ended up giving away the existence of the Seaside Kingdom.

    Contributed By: ZeoKnight.

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  • Actual cooking utensils were used to make the Luncheon Kingdom soundtrack.

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  • Mario's mechanic outfit was the same one that the mechanics in the victory screen wore in Famicom Grand Prix II: 3D Hot Rally

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  • Mario's Aviator Outfit is the same one he wore in the biplane levels of Super Mario Land for the Game Boy

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  • Mario's sunshine outfit and sunglasses are from an outfit you can pick up from one of the piantas in Super Mario Sunshine's Delfino Plaza. Look for the one on the beach.

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  • Mario's metal cap from the metal mushroom in Super Mario 64 complete with it's blocky frame.

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  • Mario's Pirate and Cowboy outfit represent Pirate and Western land costumes worn by Mario in Mario Party 2 (albeit with much better detail)

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  • The Safari garb outfit in Super Mario Odyssey is a direct reference to the Mario Picross games, which were a series of sleeper puzzlers that didn't gain too much attention outside of Japan. The Mario Picross games featured Mario with the Same safari gear seen in Odyssey.

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  • The swimwear from the Lake Kingdom, the Hakama and the Santa suit appeared in the 2016 club nintendo calendar. They represent August, January and December respectfully.

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  • Inside the map that Hint Toad is seen holding, if you're able to look close at it you can make out the layout of the level Bob-omb Battlefield from Super Mario 64.

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  • Mario's golden outfit is from when he grabs a golden flower in New Super Mario Bros 2.

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  • Mario's Mario Motors logo on his racing helmet comes from Mario Kart 8

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  • Mario's space helmet is from Mario's space levels in Super Mario Land 2 Six Golden Coins. Now he has a suit to go with it.

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  • Mario's snow suit may come from the Ice climbers game for the NES. It could be a possible fusion of the two snow suits with Nana's part being more red to match with Mario.

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  • Mario's racing outfit itself has logos from Mario Kart 8. From top left to bottom right they are Green Shell Taxi from toad's turnpike, REXA Rainbow Exploration Agency from Rainbow Road, Mario Kart Television and Red Shell Strike Equipment from Donut Plains 3.
    There's also logos on his arms for Galaxy Air from Sunshine Airport and Fuzzy Batteries.

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  • Mario's Luigi, Doctor Mario, Wario, Diddy Kong and Waluigi costumes all make Mario cosplay as the respective Nintendo characters but without their proportions (except for Doctor Mario).

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  • The Satellaview outfit is from the peripherel of the Satellaview for the SNES that was only released in Japan.

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  • Mario's football outfit and helmet are the same as the Chargin Chuck enemies that debuted in Super Mario World

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  • The scientist outfit is the same outfit he wears in the japanese super game boy commercial.

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  • Mario's builder outfit is the same as he wears in the Super Mario Maker box art and startup screen. (This outfit is also featured in Super Smash Bros Ultimate)

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  • The Explorer Outfit was used in Japanese advertising for Mario Picross on the Gameboy

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  • Mario's Sombrero and Poncho outfit is the same as the game over screen in the Game Boy game Qix. He even plays the same in one of the power moon missions though he's much happier in Odyssey.

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  • Mario's painter's hat was on the box art for Mario Artist for the Nintendo 64 while his outfit was on artwork for Mario paint on the SNES.

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  • Mario's skeleton suit is how he looks when he's electrified in the Super Mario Galaxy games

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  • Mario's golf outfit was used in the Family Computer Golf: US course game for the FDS.

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  • Mario's Classic Suit was the same one he wore in the Donkey Kong arcade game when he was known as Jumpman.

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  • Mario's Chef outfit is the same one he wore in Yoshi's Cookie for the NES

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  • Mario's fashionable cap and outfit are from the japanese new 3DS commercial

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  • Mario's boxer shorts are from the Play Nintendo 2016 summer wallpaper

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  • Mario's 64 suit and cap are from his appearance in Super Mario 64, blocky graphics and all.

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Connection to Other Media

  • Most outfits that Mario wears are from past Mario games and commercials. For example: The Science outfit is based of the the Super Game Boy for the Super Famicom commercial.

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  • Mario's black tuxedo costume was used in the box art for Super Mario All Stars on the Super Nintendo

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