The company is also releasing a battle royale-style online game and the Wii U’s Super Mario 3D World, and the original side-scrolling Super Mario All-Stars collection is available today for the Switch’s Super NES online service.
The historical 3D games are getting some love today, as Nintendo just announced Super Mario 3D All-Stars, a Switch collection of three of Mario’s most notable adventures.
The package includes Super Mario 64 (the first 3D Mario game, originally released for the Nintendo 64), Super Mario Sunshine (for the Gamecube) and Super Mario Galaxy (for the Wii).
Super Mario 3D All-Stars arrives on September 18th, but it’ll only be available until “approximately” March 31st, 2021.
Regardless, Super Mario Sunshine in particular is a nice rarity to have readily available, as it hasn’t been re-released since the original Gamecube version.
The collection includes 'Super Mario 64,' 'Super Mario Sunshine' and 'Super Mario Galaxy.
On the other hand, it’s sad not to see Super Mario Galaxy 2 here.