Although Breath of the Wild's ability to let players dye certain clothes can be pretty great, Mario Odyssey's level of customisation is leagues ahead.
Let's face it; one of the best aspects of Super Mario Odyssey is the wacky outfits you can put the mustachioed plumber in. Not only do the outfits inject a big sense of humour into the game, but they also make each world feel more unique and finally give the gold coins a purpose unlike ever before.
Comparing this to Breath of the Wild's outfits hardly seems fair. The fact that each outfit actually offers a bonus to Link could be considered a point in Breath of the Wild's favour, but really it discourages customisation and encourages players to stick to what will make them the strongest.
Super Mario Odyssey's customisation isn't just a fantastic feature, it's a love letter to Mario fans and a show that Nintendo care about Jumpman just as much as we do.
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