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Super Mario 3D All-Stars, Nintendo Switch
- Discover (or rediscover) three of Mario's most iconic 3D platform adventures, all in one package, available on the Nintendo Switch system.
- Soak up the sun in the Super Mario Sunshine game, originally released in 2002, and spray the goop away with your water-spouting pal, FLUDD!
- Defy gravity as you explore space in the Super Mario Galaxy game, originally released in 2007! Help Rosalina restore her ship by collecting Power Stars and save Princess Peach.
- Even when you aren't playing, you can enjoy the sounds that these worlds (and galaxies!) are so famous for.
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Play three of Mario's greatest 3D platform adventures—all in one package! Play three classic games at home or on the go—all in one package on the Nintendo Switch™ system! Jump into paintings in Super Mario 64™, clean up paint-like goop in Super Mario Sunshine™, and fly from planet to planet in Super Mario Galaxy™. Run, jump, and dive with ease! Make Mario move using the Nintendo Switch system's Joy-Con™ controllers. You can also pass a Joy-Con controller to a friend to play the Super Mario Galaxy game in Co-Star Mode! Mario's movements are as smooth as ever with HD resolution for each game, while still retaining the look and feel of the originals. Listen to timeless Super Mario tunes Listen to a total of 175 iconic tunes from all three games! Whether you want to get up and dance or take a minute to relax—this collection has music to fit your mood!
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Played a bit of Mario 64 and had to stop because the camera is just awful and it has not aged well. Unless you're already really familiar I just don't see anyone enjoying it unless you REALLY like kinda clunky 3d platformers
I'm 33 stars into Sunshine and it's just such a slog getting kicked to the main area every single time you die that I'm already getting tired of it.
L1 brings up a map which has a 3 second animation to open and close every time you accidentally press it trying to long jump or whatever.
long unskippable cutscenes, slow text boxes
Your fludd nozzle gets changed anytime you go anywhere so i tend to fall to my death expecting to have the hover jets equipped constantly but nope.
It's by far the most charming 3d Mario I've played but it's rough.
Just started Galaxy and it still has the Wii UI and you have to use motion controls just to select a save spot and start the game. changing my rating to 1 star, i hate this and am going to sell it as soon as i get tired of Sunshine
64 doesn't get better than just jumping around the castle for me, the levels are just not very fun.
Got 83 stars in Sunshine and im not bothering with the last 2 red coin missions. It's a buggy, untested game with lots of charm but it generally kinda sucks outside of aesthetics. Every problem I listed annoyed me the entire playthrough. Also every single thing involving yoshi is bad. Feeding him, the unmovable egg, spawn location, dying in water, and i think he just explodes when his fruit meter runs out? i honestly dont get why they even put him in this game. its just redundant with fludd, he jumps slightly higher and sprays water... cool.
Galaxy is weird. collecting sparkles sucks and it has the worst camera of the bunch, touchscreen is bad, button prompts are big shaking joycons, and the beginning is kinda awful. but once i started crawling around on the giant bee it got a lot better. I might like this one, not sure yet
Some people might complain that these games (particularly SM64) weren't remade akin to Spyro/Crash/etc trilogies. In my opinion, that doesn't detract from anything at all. Would it have been nice? Sure, but these games are some of the best games of all time, and the original graphics create that nostalgia that I feel Nintendo was going for with this compilation.
I can't wait to sink my time into all 3 of these classics again, and I'm grateful that the switch now has almost all of Mario's greatest games on it. Here's hoping Galaxy 2 is around the corner in some form!
- Super Mario 64 runs at 720p 30 FPS, up from 240p. (Docked)
- Super Mario Sunshine runs at 1080p 30 FPS, up from 480p. (Docked)
- Super Mario Galaxy runs at 1080p 60 FPS, up from 720p 30 FPS. (Docked)
- This is the updated version of Super Mario 64, that fixes the backwards long jump glitch and removes some voice lines from Mario I.E. "So long, King Bowser!"
- You are not able to change the camera options in Super Mario Sunshine, you can however change the controller settings outside of the game if this is a big enough issue for you. However there is nothing you can do for the lack of analog triggers. I didn't see this as much of an issue personally.
- These are NOT remakes. A few textures are updated here and there, and the UI is updated where is needed, but overall this will be the exact same experience you played through the first time, at upgraded resolutions.
- You can turn your screen off while listening to the soundtrack, which is a great feature for listening in bed or on the go.
Overall this is a great package, so long as you know what you are getting. Temper your expectations if you were expecting a full remaster, because that's not what you'll find. You will find a great collection of classic Mario games that play the way they should and look acceptably good.