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Super Mario 3D All-Stars

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:

Super Mario 3D All-Stars narrowly missed out on the top spot as the best-selling release of September in the United States. We now have more news from this month’s NPD report that gives an even greater idea of its impressive debut.

The launch month physical dollar sales for Super Mario 3D All-Stars rank as the sixth biggest for a Nintendo-published title in U.S. history. Additionally, it generated the second-highest launch month physical dollar sales of any 2020 release – only Animal Crossing: New Horizons was bigger. We’ll also mention that Super Mario 3D All-Stars is already the tenth best-selling game of 2020 year-to-date.

Super Mario 3D All-Stars launched in mid-September, so NPD’s report doesn’t account for a full month – making the game’s strong start even more meaningful.

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This week on Nintendo Everything Podcast, Tokyo Game Show 2020 is in full swing and we aim to be your go-to Nintendo podcast of two friends yelling at each other. Age of Calamity and Monster Hunter: Rise are really doing it for us – especially Hyrule Warriors Impa. But until those games come out, we’ve got the big Halloween Animal Crossing update. Also, a mega-corporation buying a developer/publisher that has no problems developing/publishing on their own is never good for consumers.

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We heard earlier this week that Super Mario 3D All-Stars had the third biggest launch of the year in the UK. There’s more to the story than just that, however.

GfK, via Christopher Dring, has provided additional information about the collection’s performance. Here’s some other noteworthy tidbits:

A new Super Mario Sunshine bug has been discovered, but its specific to the Super Mario 3D All-Stars release on Switch.

When taking on the “Scrubbing Sirena Beach” level in Super Mario Sunshine, players are asked to clean up at least 95 percent of the beach. However, when encountering the bug, the mission ends without barely making a dent.

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As we heard yesterday, Super Mario 3D All-Stars topped the charts in its first week in the UK. A bit of additional data has now been shared about its performance.

Super Mario 3D All-Stars ended up as the third biggest launch of the year. The Last of Us Part II and Animal Crossing: New Horizons were the only games to have outperformed it in the UK.

You can find this week’s full UK chart here.

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Super Mario 3D All-Stars just launched on Switch. To celebrate, a pair of wallpapers have been added to My Nintendo in North America. We have a look at both designs in this post.

You can redeem the wallpapers on My Nintendo here. They’ll set you back 50 Platinum Points each.

This week on Nintendo Everything Podcast, two Nintendo Directs came out and they’re pretty fresh! Monster Hunter Rise and Stories 2 look so tempting, and so many other games have us looking forward to the future. Also, Mario 3D All-stars is apparently emulated, but…is that really a problem? We also throw in some next-gen talk with the recent PS5 price and pre-order situation.

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