Looks like the plumber’s 3D collection will receive its second update, almost 2 months after its initial release, giving camera options.
Nintendo has released a Day 1 update for the highly anticipated collection of 3D Mario games.
It seems nothing is sacred on the internet as the highly anticipated Super Mario 3D All-Stars has already leaked online, revealing that the games are running through emulation.
Super Mario 3D All-Stars will soon be available for a limited time offer. According to Nintendo, you can only buy the collection of three games from September 18, 2020, until “approximately March 31, 2021.” If you want an extra bonus on your pre-order, though, check out these deals that Gamestop, Walmart, and Target have announced: Joy-Con covers, stickers, and magnets.
Nintendo’s own official GameCube controller adapter allows for support with some Nintendo Switch games, such as Super Smash Bros. Ultimate; however, it turns out Super Mario Sunshine in Super Mario 3D All-Stars will not support the GameCube controller.
With the news of Super Mario 3D All-Stars finally being revealed, many fans have questions about the control setup for these re-releases, especially for Super Mario Galaxy.
While it was rumored and even predicted on our last podcast, Nintendo fans still woke up surprised this morning to see a Super Mario Bros. 35th Anniversary Direct this morning sitting on their YouTube subscriptions page along with several announcements that were not included in the original rumors.