FourFour two is back, with the launch of Super Mario Maker, and its sequel, Super Mario All-Stars.
The title will offer players a new mode of play and a new way to compete with their friends, which is the first new title in the series since Super Mario Bros. 3.
Hirst talks about his love of Super Smash Bros. and how he felt about being called a “creator”.
He also discusses the game’s new “classic” mode, which combines two new mechanics.
He also talks about the game getting more Mario than ever before, and what the future of the series is.