The newest entry in the long-running "Super Mario" series, "Super Mario Odyssey," has a delightful throwback to the original "Super Mario Bros."
Better yet: It's built in to each of the game's worlds. Look at this madness!
As you might've already guessed, you enter the 2D plane through the 3D, pixelated pipe at the base of the cylindrical building. As Mario passes through the pipe, he becomes 2D once again.
From there you play the 2D section just as you would in the original "Super Mario Bros." back in the '80s, or as you might've in the last year on an NES Classic Edition console.
This is what the game normally looks like, for the record:
These 2D sections are strewn throughout the game's various worlds.
And they come in different varieties.