Super Mario 64, Sunshine and Galaxy are Coming to Celebrate 35 Years of Mario

Super Mario 64, Sunshine and Galaxy are coming to Nintendo Switch, three jewels are back remastered to celebrate 35 years of Mario.

On the occasion of the 35th anniversary the original game of Super Mario Bros.

Nintendo prepared a series of surprises for Nintendo Switch. Three of the most classic games in the franchise will arrive in a matter of weeks, in a single game.

Super Mario 3D All Star

It is Super Mario 3D All Stars a game that will have optimization for 3D versions of the games ‘Super Mario 64’, ‘Super Mario Sunshine’ and ‘Super Mario Galaxy’.

The title will be released in just two weeks, on September 18, and will be available only until March 31, 2021.

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Apparently a relaunch would not be honorable for the plumber we all love. This September 3 comes with

Super Mario All Stars, a collection with updated versions of ‘Super Mario Bros.

Super Mario Bros:

  1. The Lost Levels 
  2. Super Mario Bros.
  3. Super Bros.

Super Mario 3D World’ is also getting a second wind, only the original Wii U title does not arrive as part of the previous collections.

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The title will be slightly different: ‘Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury’ will arrive on Nintendo Switch on February 12, 2021.

Meanwhile, ‘Super Mario Bros. 35‘, available from October 1, will allow you to play battles in line in worlds of the original Super Mario Bros Game. In battle royale as you advance in level, the enemies you defeat are sent to the rest of the players.

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At the presentation they also announced a new Game & Watch console (with everything and a color screen), and even ‘Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit’, through which the Switch can be used to drive a Kart like in real life.

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