Super Mario Odyssey
Join Mario on a massive, globe-trotting 3D adventure and use his incredible new abilities to collect Moons so you can power up your airship, the Odyssey, and rescue Princess Peach from Bowser's wedding plans! This sandbox-style 3D Mario adventure—the first since 1996's beloved Super Mario 64 and 2002's Nintendo GameCube classic Super Mario Sunshine—is packed with secrets and surprises, and with Mario's new moves like cap throw, cap jump, and capture, you'll have fun and exciting gameplay experiences unlike anything you've enjoyed in a Mario game before. Get ready to be whisked away to strange and amazing places far from the Mushroom Kingdom!
System Requirements: Supported Platforms: Nintendo - Switch Nintendo account required for game activation and installation
It’s fun for everyone!
Actually, I'm pretty sure that previous answer will not work. Even if you follow those steps, you might "see" the game on your younger son's Switch, but it won't let him play it. The digital game will always be tied to the account that bought it. Or in your older son's case, on his account that he used to "cash in" the digital code you bought for him. So anyone who plays the game has to be signed in on that account to play it. It's a bit complicated. And digital games don't allow more than one user to play it at the same time if they are on 2 different Switch devices, even if they are both signed in on the correct account. It will connect to the internet to check first before it will open the game on another device. This is why I use cartridges whenever possible on games that will be shared. It's just so much easier and fool proof. Sure, there is always a chance of losing the cartridge, but it is so much easier. Each player's save information will be stored on their own Switch under their account, and not on the cartridge. So yes, if you want them both to be able to play it at the same time, on 2 different Switches, you would need to buy 2 digital licenses. Welcome to the age of DRM. Sorry.
Yes you can, only thing is you wont be able to experience the HD Rumble in certain points of the game seeing as the Lite doesn't have rumble at all but you still could if you have a Switch Pro controller or some other controller that does have rumble!
The game can be played in both local two player and single player. When the game is played in two player mode, one player controls "Cappy" and the other plays as Mario.
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Yes, it works on all current versions of the switch. The switch original and the switch lite.
Like a different controler Like Xbox no but with joycone or controler pro for Nintendo Switch yes
there is a 2 player co-op mode, but it's primarily a single player experience.
Maybe I’m wrong, but I don’t think that they would, especially because they don’t ship to country’s like Japan. I would call customer services