Super Mario 3D All-Stars arrives on September 18th
Boom, out of nowhere Nintendo has dropped a Super Mario Bros. 35th Anniversary Direct and it’s got some good stuff. The first of which is the long rumoured Super Mario 3D All-Stars.
It contains Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy.
All of the games have been updated to HD, with Sunshine also getting the widescreen treatment. The game also has a music mode where you can listen to music from all the games even with the system screen off.
Nintendo says “While Super Mario 3D All-Stars can only be purchased until 31/03/2021, owners can still play its entire contents after this date has passed, and can also redownload it from Nintendo eShop if the software has been archived.” which is something odd.
Super Mario 3D All-Stars is out September 18th and will cost AU$79.95.
Bonus: Super Mario All-Stars, the original 1993 SNES version is available in the SNES Nintendo Switch Online right now as well.
Here’s the Direct.