Super Mario 3D All Stars review: “A celebration of some of Mario’s greatest achievements”

I wasn’t sure it was possible to wrap up childhood nostalgia, put it in a plastic jewel case, and sell it for circa £50 / $60, but somehow Nintendo has done it again. Super Mario 3D All-Stars is the latest surprise release from Nintendo, revealed just over two weeks before hitting shelves as part of Mario’s 35th birthday celebrations. It’s quite the celebration of our favourite dungarees-wearing former plumber hero too, packaging some of his greatest 3D adventures in one bundle for the Nintendo Switch.

Fast Facts: Super Mario 3D All-Stars

(Image credit: Nintendo)

Release date: September 18, 2020
Platform: Nintendo Switch
Publisher/Developer: Nintendo

For your bucks, you get: Super Mario 64, originally released on the N64 back in 1996; Super Mario Sunshine, which was released in 2002 for the GameCube; and Super Mario Galaxy, which arrived on the Wii in 2007. Plenty of fans raised the missing Super Mario Galaxy 2 when the bundle was announced, and I won’t lie that it does feel like a missing piece in the offering. 

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