Super Mario 3D All-Stars Is Updated To Version 1.1.1, What Is New?

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Super Mario 3D All-Stars: The compilation of Super Mario 64, Sunshine and Galaxy is updated on Nintendo Switch with small changes that Nintendo 64 fans will like. Nintendo has released version 1.1.1 of Super Mario 3D All-Stars for the Nintendo Switch. From now on, all players of the title will be able to enjoy Super Mario 64 with the recently released Nintendo 64 Wireless Controller for use in the titles of that console for Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack.

In this way, although the version of Super Mario 64 of Super Mario 3D All-Stars is not the same as that of the Nintendo 64 application in the Nintendo subscription service, all players in the compilation can already enjoy the aforementioned work. with this peripheral, which exactly replicates the form factor and the button layout of the legendary Japanese firm’s console.

There is one aspect to keep in mind for those who are going to use the Nintendo 64 wireless controller, and that is that the Super Mario 64 interface of Super Mario 3D All-Stars displays the Nintendo Switch commands (A, B, L, R, X, Y …), not those of the Nintendo 64 controller, so users will have to get used to this change, which does not affect the gameplay.

Super Mario 3D All-Stars sold more than 8.82 million units in 2020

Super Mario 3D All-Stars was available until March 31, 2021 via eShop; Nintendo decided to remove it from its digital distribution (and also physical, although there are still units available in some stores) due to a business decision. As explained last December, the elimination of titles such as Super Mario 3D All-Stars, Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon & the Blade of Light and Super Mario Bros. 35 on Nintendo Switch, or Super Mario Maker on Wii U was due, in the case of the first one, the concept of “celebration” of the 35 years of Super Mario: “It is a celebration of Mario’s 35th anniversary. And we wanted to celebrate it in unique and different ways, “said Doug Bowser, president of Nintendo of America.

The commercial success is undeniable, with more than 8.32 million units sold until last December. “We are celebrating Mario’s 35th anniversary in various ways. With some of those titles, we felt like we had the opportunity to release them for a limited time. And they have worked very, very well, “stressed Bowser.