Nintendo blew everyone away in the latest Nintendo Direct with the announcement of a plethora of games.
A previous Nintendo Direct was a little disappointing among fans, but the latest Direct program held by Nintendo more than covered up for it. Furthermore, Nintendo even announced a Game and Watch during the show.
Most importantly everyone’s dream came true as we finally got to see Super Mario 3D All-Stars.
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Here’s the list of all the games announced in the Nintendo Direct.
SUPER MARIO 3D ALL-STARS
Super Mario 3D All-Stars is coming on September 18th. Additionally, the game will contain an upgraded version of Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy. Although a very demanded title, this collection will only be available until March 31st. What a weird move.
Super Mario Bros 35
Yes, now even Mario has a Battle Royale game. Nothing surprising as battle royales are a gaming staple nowadays. 35 players will play through different stages. Furthermore, this title is a Nintendo Switch Online membership exclusive.
Super Mario 3D World and Bowser’s Fury expansion
A beloved title of the Super Mario Franchise. Super Mario 3D World is returning to the Switch. Now with online co-op and extra levels as part of the expansion.
Super Mario All-Stars
The classic Mario collection, taking the game back to its roots with This title will consist of the same games as before. In fact, will be available for Nintendo Switch Online starting today.
Mario Kart Live : Home Circuit
This title brings real-life kart racing into a Switch game. To conclude, players will use their Switch on-screen to drive race their real karts. In addition, the title will be available on October 16th.
Hence, we can say Nintendo celebrated the 35th anniversary of Mario in an amazing way.
The only downside is the Super Mario 3D All-Stars being limited. As a result, there is a high chance of hoarders and resellers at higher prices. Nevertheless a great title, we hope Nintendo has taken measures to counter it. Such as asking retailers to only allow one game per person. In addition, restricting digital purchases in any way.