I'll probably get it but was hoping for a bit more than Copy+Paste.
Does that mean limited physical release but presumably will be available digitally, too?A limited production of Super Mario 3D All-Stars launches exclusively for the Nintendo Switch family of systems on Sept. 18 and will be available until approximately March 31, 2021.
I would imagine that is just that the physical version will be limited. So better get in there early.Never really ‘got’ 64, maybe because it was so dated by the time I actually played it (Wii VC maybe?). Never had Sunshine or Galaxy, so I’m in. Pity Galaxy 2 isn’t included, though.
Not clear on this bit, though, courtesy of Nintendo Life:-
Does that mean limited physical release but presumably will be available digitally, too?
So what’s happening with Mario Galaxy 2? Shame if it’s left as the only one they skip, as it’s a 10/10 game as well.Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Furylaunches for Nintendo Switch on Feb. 12, 2021.
I hope that’s it. I doubt it will be but you never know.Would it be wishful thinking that if you buy all-stars & 3D world (ie redeem the stars for both games) they’ll give you Mario Galaxy 2 as a free download, hence it’s strange omission
I would understand if they had done a remaster and put in a lot of work. But this just looks like upscales and no real reason to keep Galaxy 2 off this.Mario 3D World trailer.
Really makes you wonder what’s up with Mario Galaxy 2 as would be strange to release that as a stand-alone since Galaxy 1 is in All Stars.
I’ll reserve judgement on Sunshine, sure Galaxy is worthy of its praise. But 64 hasn’t stood the test of time as far as I’m concerned, not like Ocarina of Time has. I know I’m in the minority there.Old, but never bettered (by others), so does it matter that they’re old?
£50 for three amazing Mario games is a bargain in my eyes.I’ll reserve judgement on Sunshine, sure Galaxy is worthy of its praise. But 64 hasn’t stood the test of time as far as I’m concerned, not like Ocarina of Time has. I know I’m in the minority there.
I’ll get them, but the package is too expensive and the omission of Galaxy 2 is just plain odd.
Fifty pounds for three games with a combined age of 55 is at least a tenner too much.£50 for three amazing Mario games is a bargain in my eyes.
I didnt realise it was full price. I agree that seems expensive for some retro games.Fifty pounds for three games with a combined age of 55 is at least a tenner too much.
And Super Mario 64 is not amazing. I’m sorry, it’s not. It may well have been at the time but it has aged poorly. It deserves its praise and its place in history but I have no desire to play through it again.
Had the games be remastered properly, as OoT and Majora’s Mask were for the 3DS, or if they weren’t but Galaxy 2 had been Included, £50 would have been about right.
As I said, I’ll be getting it. And I’m really looking forward to playing Sunshine and Galaxy. But £50 for three games without the natural fourth one does seem a bit off.
At the moment there is bugger all info available. Considering it's out in about 2 weeks I am surprised etailers don't have it up for pre-order.Will the physical release of Super Mario 3D All Stars be available in the UK or just in North America?
When will it become available for pre-order and what’s the best place to pre-orde from?