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Super Mario 3D All-Stars

Nintendo has released its third commercial of Super Mario 3D All-Stars for the week, this time featuring Super Mario Galaxy. Check out the advert below.

You can find a previous commercial for Super Mario 64 here and Super Mario Sunshine here.

Nintendo is back with its second Super Mario 3D All-Stars commercial of the week, this time focusing on Super Mario Sunshine. View the advert below.

In case you missed it, you can find this week’s commercial for Super Mario 64 here.

Nintendo is going back to promoting Super Mario 3D All-Stars with a new commercial focusing on Super Mario 64. Have a look at the advert below.

Best Buy currently has a Super Mario 3D All-Stars collectible coin set in stock. As you’d expect, it comes with three coins based on each title included in the collection.

You can grab the coin set by itself here for $14.99 – $5 less than it normally costs. Alternately, it’s also included as part of a bundle with Super Mario 3D All-Stars here for $70.98.

Nintendo has sent out its fourth “Switch My Way” commercial of this week, which now features Super Mario 3D All-Stars. You can see the advert below.

The long-awaited 1.1.0 update for Super Mario 3D All-Stars arrived tonight. Aside from adding inverted control options which had been previously confirmed for the patch, Nintendo unexpectedly started offering support for the GameCube controller in Super Mario Sunshine.

There are a few other aspects to the update not mentioned in the patch notes. For one thing, the debug blocks in Super Mario Sunshine have now been removed. Players previously noticed that Bianco Hills’ second secret area displayed cubes which mark the flipping platforms’ paths and weren’t intended to be shown.

Good news for Super Mario Sunshine fans: the GameCube controller is now supported in Super Mario 3D All-Stars.

We posted the patch notes for version 1.1.0 a few moments ago. However, we felt this deserved a special mention.

Players will need a GameCube Controller Adapter in order for the functionality to work properly. Additionally, it’s only compatible with TV mode, and it doesn’t work with a Switch Lite. Still, you can play Super Mario Sunshine using the same controls as found in the original GameCube release, which is a neat addition.

The 1.1.0 update for Super Mario 3D All-Stars that Nintendo announced a little while back is now live.

Nintendo has now shared the full patch notes for today’s update. If you’re interested in finding out what’s included, continue on below. 

Update: Added in screenshots below.


Original: Nintendo has announced that a new update is coming to Super Mario 3D All-Stars. According to a tweet translated and reported by GameXplain, this upcoming update will add more camera controls to all 3 titles, allowing for the reversal of vertical and/or horizontal camera controls.

Here are a few screenshots:

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SuperData has provided new information about digital sales in September. Super Mario 3D All-Stars reportedly had a massive month, as the collection apparently sold 1.8 million digital units. That means it’s the biggest digital launch for a Mario release on Switch, outperforming Super Mario Odyssey, Super Mario Maker 2, and New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe.

Here’s a look at the top-grossing titles of September 2020: