Nintendo announces “Super Mario 3D All Stars” in New Nintendo Direct, and it releases this month


We’ve been waiting for months and months for a new Nintendo Direct to give us a better idea of ​​what the company is planning for the fall, and now we have one. The company celebrates the 35th anniversary of super mario bros, and he’s releasing a ton of versions of Mario on Switch to celebrate. Buckle up, because there are good things here.

The headliner is, without question, a new collection of 3D Mario games destined for the Switch for the holidays: we get Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sun and Super Mario Galaxy, 3 classic games that are constantly vying for the top spot on various top lists, but have been tough to play in the past.

Nintendo bundles these games with technological improvements like Super Mario 3D All stars. And it’s coming out on September 18, 2020, because this year needs a little bit of joy, and here it is. The only weird thing here is that this is a weird and limited version, only available until March 2021. I asked Nintendo for more details on this, but I’m not sure I have ever heard of something like this before.

The original Super mario all stars will also arrive in the Switch Shop to Nintendo Switch online collection later today.

Separately we have Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury, a port of the classic Wii U game that will be released on February 12, 2021, a date that seems so far in the future that I can hardly imagine.

After that, we have a kind of real-life Mario Kart that involves setting up a course inside your own house and then driving a little Kart with a camera on it to create an AR race on your Switch screen. . Which is neat, although I find it hard to imagine it inside my townhouse.

We also get Super Mario Bros. 35, a take on the Tetris 99 battle royale formula where you defeat enemies on your own stages in order to send them to your opponents with the aim of being the last one standing.

There are plenty more live, including shoes, clothes, Animal crossing furniture and more, which come out during the year.

I expect to Super Mario 3D All Stars to absolutely burn the charts when it releases this month. These are classic time-tested games that tons of people haven’t played, and they’re going to kill.

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