“And here we go!” Or “I wonder what goombas taste like”: Anyone who hops on the Switch hits Super Mario Bros. Wonder will inevitably stumble across these or other exclamations. This is what the new Chat Flowers are responsible for, which are distributed throughout the levels and provide stimulating, sometimes scathing, but always charming commentary on the game.
If you feel annoyed by this in the long run, you can simply turn off the chatter flowers’ audio output in the game menu. However, we had a lot of fun with another option that’s easy to overlook. If desired, the language of the chat flowers can also be changed in the menu.
Chat Flowers can speak 11 languages
Changing the language is very easy:
- Use the plus button to call up the main menu
- To go to options (gear icon)
- Scroll down to “Chatterflower Language”
Here you can now set the language by pressing left or right. The following options are available:
- Like the system language
- france french)
- French (Canada)
- Spanish (Spain)
- Spanish (Latin America)
- Portuguese (Portugal)
- Portuguese (Brazil).
- Chinese traditions)
- simplified chinese)
Important: You cannot change the entire language, so screen texts remain in the system language.
Then you can listen to the flowers’ chatty comments in the respective foreign languages, which can be very funny. Our favorite Dutch flower of all time, because it is considered all the beautiful things in the game “lekker”. A small but beautiful option that also invites you to experiment.
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New Super Mario Bros. Wonder is the first truly new 2D Mario game in over a decade. This sets a new standard, because jumpers can be inspiring, especially when it comes to level design and diversity of ideas. This has ensured rapid sales since launch. In Japan, according to Famitsu magazine, the game is the fastest-selling Mario game to date – at least in its first weekend.
Wonder can be played solo or with up to four people offline or in online co-op, and is available exclusively for the Nintendo Switch.
Have you already discovered the option? In what language do you allow your interlocutors to chat?
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