- Nintendo is updating a mess of classic “Super Mario” games, the company announced Thursday, and putting them on the Nintendo Switch.
- Those games include “Super Mario 64,” “Super Mario Sunshine,” and “Super Mario Galaxy,” in addition to a new Battle Royale game based on the original “Super Mario Bros.”
- The flood of “Super Mario” games coincides with the 35-year anniversary of the first “Super Mario Bros.” game for the Nintendo Entertainment System.
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Nintendo’s wildly popular Nintendo Switch is about to get a mess of classic “Super Mario” games.
Better yet: Classics like “Super Mario 64,” “Super Mario Sunshine,” and “Super Mario Galaxy” are all getting “optimized” with better graphics.
All three are part of an upcoming collection titled, “Super Mario 3D All-Stars,” and it’s just one of several major “Super Mario” games headed to the Switch.
Here’s everything Nintendo announced on Thursday morning: