It has been thirty-five years since the original Super Mario brothers. was released on the NES, at least in Japan, and Nintendo throws Mario a hell. Today̵7;s announcement includes both new and updated Mario games, new toys and portable game consoles and even a version of Mario Kart which you can play in real life.
Let’s break down the big messages:
Super Mario 3D All-Stars bundle for Switch
This $ 60 game contains remade versions of Super Mario 64 (Nintendo 64), Super Mario Sunshine (Gamecube) and Super Mario Galaxy (Wii). Sunshine is the black sheep in the 3D Mario family, however 64 and Galaxy is considered a classic all the time. The package contains scaled-up resolution and a music player, which can work even when turned off. It’s available from September 18, and strangely enough, Nintendo says it will not be produced after March 2021.
Super Mario 3D World + Bowsers Fury for Switch
This updated gateway to the Wii U game, which was a multiplayer game with both a 2D and 2D platform, will provide new enhancements and a couple of new Amiibo toy releases. It will be released on February 12 next year.
Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit, an AR toy game
This ingenious combination of a radio controlled Mario Kart cars and Switch hardware lets you build a track around your home and compete through it via the cameras built into the cars. Two “real” players are supported at the same time, but you can also drive around your track with computer-controlled racers displayed on the screen. It starts on October 16, where each car (Mario or Luigi) costs $ 100.
A new game & clock, with the original Super Mario brothers
Game & Watch was Nintendo’s LCD-based portable game series that precedes the Game Boy. While the original game and clock systems were simple black and white cells, similar to Tiger Electronics games, this version is full of Super Mario brothers. NES games on a color screen. It also includes The lost levels and a Mario-fied version of the original Ball game. It’s coming out November 13th for $ 50.
Super Mario 35, a 2D fighting game for Switch
Cross Fortnite (or maybe Tetris 99) with an old 2D Mario game you would get it Super Mario 35. In this odd title, you control Mario who runs over a semi-random level and competes with 34 other players to be the last Mario to stand. Defeated enemies on your screen will appear on your opponents, and vice versa. The game will be available for free on the Switch Online service from October 1 and will be played until March 31.
Other Mario-related messages include:
- SNES Super Mario All-Stars available on Switch Online
- Events in the game for Mario Kart Tour, Super Mario Maker 2, Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Splatoon 2, and Super Smash Bros.Ultimate
- 35th anniversary from Nintendo and partners such as PUMA and Monopoly
For an exhaustive summary, check out Nintendo’s live presentation video here. Hi Nintendo: do not forget to break out the red carpet for the 30th anniversary for Super Mario brothers. movie in a couple of years, right?