Ahead of its release on September 18 for the Nintendo Switch, take a look at what Super Mario 3D All-Stars brings to the table with the latest overview video for the game.
Included in this collection are Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy. All three titles will be rendered at a higher resolution, with some featuring the option for a 16:9 resolution. Players will also be able to take advantage of two Joy-Con controllers to control Mario, complete with Assist Play.
Super Mario 64 is Mario’s first 3D platforming experience, featuring free-roaming environments. Players will be able to explore Peach’s castle and collect 120 stars, all while contending with the nefarious Bowser.
Super Mario Sunshine, which originally came out on the Nintendo GameCube, features a tropical island and a nasty mess. To clean up the island, players will be able to use F.L.U.D.D. to hover, dash, and blast off into the air. The evil baddie this time is the mysterious Shadow Mario.
Finally, this collection includes the Nintendo Wii title Super Mario Galaxy. Players will once again have to rescue Peach from Bowser’s clutches in this title, with the power of gravity at your command. A number of transformations are also available, including Bee Mario and Ice Mario.
Note that a Music Player mode for each game will also be included.
Learn more with the trailer below:
Super Mario 3D All-Stars – Overview Trailer – Nintendo Switch
The titles will be available until March 2021.
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