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Super Mario 3D All-Stars

This week on Nintendo Everything Podcast, we’re celebrating Super Mario’s 35th anniversary. The 3D All-Stars bundle is real, but there are some potential issues. Limited availability? Control schemes? Widescreen? Then a brand new Mario Kart (sorta) that’s gonna be the Xmas gift of 2020 (maybe), 3D World getting an updated port, a Super Mario Bros. semi-battle royale, and a lot more. Galen’s on vacation so Barry’s subbing in for him.

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The official website for Super Mario 3D All-Stars contains a trio of trailers for Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy. We have the full set in the video below.

Super Mario 3D All-Stars is slated for September 18 on Switch. Access the official website here.

Walmart will be providing a special gift when consumers purchase Super Mario 3D All-Stars. You’ll be given an exclusive sticker set, which we have pictured above. While other retailers in North America haven’t shown any bonuses, we’ll keep an eye out for additional goodies.

Super Mario 3D All-Stars launches for Switch on September 18. Pre-order the game on Walmart here.

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Every now and then, we’ve seen Switch games make use of the GameCube controller via Nintendo’s official adapter. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is one example of this. However, when it comes to Super Mario 3D All-Stars, there are no plans to support the GameCube controller.

Nintendo has confirmed the following controller options:

Nintendo unveiled another Super Mario 3D All-Stars trailer in Japan today, this one showing off Super Mario Sunshine. Check it out below.

Super Mario 3D-All Stars launches on Switch on September 18.

Nintendo rolled out another Japanese-exclusive commercial for the upcoming collection, Super Mario 3D All-Stars. This one shows off some of the included Super Mario Galaxy. Check it out below.

Super Mario 3D-All Stars launches on Switch on September 18.

Nintendo has released a short commercial in Japan for Super Mario 3D All-Stars highlighting each game. Check out the Super Mario 64 commercial below.

Super Mario 3D All-Stars arrives for Switch on September 18.

GameXplain has put together a comparison video for Super Mario 64 featuring the new Super Mario 3D All-Stars version for Switch and the original N64 release. Check it out below.

Some fans have been a bit confused regarding the controls for Super Mario 3D All-Stars – specifically as it relates to Super Mario Galaxy. In a notice posted on the official page, Nintendo says that players can “shake a Joy-Con controller to activate Mario’s Spin ability or pass a Joy-Con controller to a friend for some extra help in Co-Star Mode.” For Switch Lite users, “detached Joy-Con controllers are required and sold separately.”

Nintendo has now clarified its plans for controls. In a statement sent to Polygon, the company said:

Nintendo has published a Japanese trailer for Super Mario 3D All-Stars showing off a bit more from the collection. Watch the video below.

Super Mario 3D All-Stars arrives for Switch on September 18.