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Mario 64 and Mario Sunshine are two of the Switch remasters included in the upcoming Super Mario 3D All-Stars compilation, the other being Super Mario Galaxy.
UPDATE: You can read our Mario 3D All-Stars review now.
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Priced at $59.99/£49.99, 3D All-Stars will be available as a limited digital and physical release from September 18, 2020 until March 31, 2021, Nintendo has said.
The titles featured in 3D All-Stars include higher resolutions and have been optimised “for a smooth gameplay experience” on Switch, according to the platform holder.
Mario 64 features Joy-Con controls with rumble and improved picture resolution (720p docked and portable), Sunshine features higher-resolution 16:9 visuals (1080p docked, 720p portable), and Galaxy features Joy-Con controls which mimic the original Wii Remote (1080p docked, 720p portable).
The videos below were originally posted on the official Japanese Mario Bros. 35th Anniversary Twitter account (thanks, Wccftech).
Announced on September 3, Mario 3D All-Stars is already among Amazon’s best-selling games of 2020. In the US, it’s the online retailer’s second most purchased game of the year behind only Animal Crossing: New Horizons.