'Super Mario Odyssey' Makes An Appearance On 'GTA 4' In A Hilarious Parody Video

By Allan , Updated Jan 20, 2017 06:46 PM EST
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A comedic video of "Super Mario Odyssey" making an appearance on "GTA 4" was created by a fan. The video can be watched online, courtesy of YouTuber CrowbCat, and has already garnered almost 3 million views and over 91 thousand likes. Super Mario Odyssey is expected to be released later this year.

The video was posted in GameRant early this week and fans are overjoyed with how much funny the video of Mario doing his thing in GTA 4. The video shows Mario in the streets of GTA 4 did nothing but run, jump and vault from building to building in the city. According to reports, CrowbCat implemented a lot of mods for GTA 4 just to make the parody video. It’s a good thing the video received a lot of positive feedback so many fans appreciated his work and his humor.

Polygon reports that the video also includes Mario in different funny situations as he falls off from high places, be hit by vehicles, fly using a helicopter, perform perfect back flicks, and even visit strip clubs. The good thing about it is that it also allows Mario to visit different stages like forests, desert, and even a colorful city based on the Cinco de Mayo story.

Super Mario Odyssey has no release date yet but more details about the game will be revealed later this year. The game is expected to be unlike how it is portrayed in the GTA 4 parody video. According to Shigeru Miyamoto, the creator of Mario, the game is developed by taking into considerations what the “core” gamers really want. Although the wait for the game’s release is believed to be quite a while, fans shouldn’t be sad because a Super Mario game is always worth the wait.

The last Super Mario game released was just a couple of months ago and is also the first Nintendo game ever released in a smartphone. The game is called “Mario Run” and its one of the most downloaded game in today’s time.

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