Super Mario Odyseey

If you’re in Canada and want a chance to play Super Mario Odyssey early, you might be in luck.

Nintendo is hosting an early access event for the game. It will take place from June 13-15; here are more details, via the company’s official website.

“Erin Mills Town Centre
(Located on the Upper Level)
5100 Erin Mills Parkway
Mississauga, ON

Metropolis at Metrotown
(Located near Atrium Court)
4720 Kingsway
Burnaby, BC


Super Mario Odyssey Early Access Event at the Nintendo Kiosks!
Join us for the opportunity to try the Super Mario Odyssey game months in advance of its release! The Super Mario Odyssey game is set to launch Holiday 2017, only on the Nintendo Switch console.
Registration for available time slots to play the Super Mario Odyssey game will begin on Saturday, June 10th at 12PM local time at each Nintendo Kiosk. Be sure to come early, as there are a limited number of time slots. (First come, first served. One time slot per person).
Time slots will fall within the following dates and times:


Tuesday, June 13th 2017
Erin Mills Town Centre at 3PM ET – 9PM ET
Metropolis at Metrotown at 12PM PT – 9PM PT


Wednesday, June 14th 2017
Erin Mills Town Centre at 10AM ET – 9PM ET
Metropolis at Metrotown at 10AM PT – 9PM PT


Thursday, June 15th 2017
Erin Mills Town Centre at 10AM ET – 9PM ET
Metropolis at Metrotown at 10AM PT – 9PM PT


We recommend arriving at least 10 minutes prior to your registered time slot to check in. Please bring the access badge that you received upon registration and photo ID to check-in.
Early Access Event Pre-order Program.
From June 10th – June 15th, show us your receipt with two select Nintendo Switch game preorders from a any retailer and get a high quality Mario Universe Challenge Coin (available while supplies last)! The pre-ordered games have to be two of the following titles: Super Mario Odyssey, ARMS and Splatoon 2 for the Nintendo Switch console. You can also enter a draw for your chance to WIN $100 Nintendo Kiosk credit to spend on items available at the Kiosk!”

Aric Sweeny
Former Editor-in-Chief, now staff writer here at NE. I'm an English student in California. Let's talk Pokémon.


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