Following the 35th anniversary of Super Mario there was many announcements and special events last week. One being the release of Super Mario 3D: All Stars.
The game is a bundle of three classics including Super Mario Sunshine, Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario 64.
The game was set to be release on 18th September however it has found its way online earlier than anticipated as it was recently leaked.
Fans have reported that the games are running on emulators, such as Super Mario Sunshine and Super Mario Galaxy are running on Gamecube emulators and also Wii. Mario 64 is said to be running on a Nintendo64 emulator.
It has already become the second most popular game on Amazon of 2020, as its available for pre-order. Fans are excited at premise of playing classic games, and it seems as that will be just what they get. As the code has been ammended to run on Switch however the audio, graphics, CPU etc have all been developed to run on the Wii emulator.
The game itself is only a limited edition release, so if your wanting to take a trip down memory lane and give it a whirl you better act fast. You can pre-order the game here.Super Mario 3D All-Stars (Nintendo Switch)
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