Fans uncover Super Mario anniversary Twitter account, potentially linked to Nintendo

Fans have uncovered a social media account potentially registered by @SuperMario35th account was registered earlier this year and has a recovery e-mail that could use the domain.

However, it’s worth noting that the account’s March registration date lines up with the publication of VGC’s Mario remasters report, and since the related email is mostly redacted, it’s not certain it’s Nintendo’s Japanese domain.

The email address associated with the @SuperMario35 Twitter.

UPDATE: It’s been noted that the Japanese Smash Bros. and Splatoon Twitter accounts are registered to very similar e-mail addresses as the SuperMario35th account (however, they could not be identical as Twitter does not allow duplicate accounts):

ORIGINAL STORY CONTINUES: Earlier this year VGC reported that Nintendo was planning to celebrate Super Mario Bros.’ 35th anniversary with several major releases, new and old.

Sources indicated that as part of its anniversary celebrations, Nintendo would reveal plans to re-release most of Super Mario’s 35-year back catalogue this year, remastered for Nintendo Switch, including 1996’s Super Mario 64, 2002’s Super Mario Sunshine and 2007’s Super Mario Galaxy.

Nintendo also planned to release other Mario titles in 2020, we were told, including a Deluxe version of 2013’s Super Mario 3D World and a new instalment in the Paper Mario series (later officially revealed as The Origami King).

Nintendo has already unveiled two flagship licensing deals planned to commemorate the anniversary: a special interactive Lego Mario set and a range of Uniqlo clothing, the latter of which is specifically branded for Super Mario Bros.’ 35th anniversary.

Super Mario Bros. celebrates its 35th anniversary this year.

Nintendo last celebrated a milestone Mario anniversary with the series’ 30th anniversary in 2015.

The company commemorated the occasion with various events and merchandise, including two special edition 8-bit Mario Amiibos. That year’s celebrations culminated with the release of Super Mario Maker for the company does not expect software delays unless there is a second wave of the coronavirus.

According to claims from a noted insider, Nintendo could hold its first full Direct stream in almost a year this month.

Speaking in the same shareholder Q&A last month, Nintendo’s president reaffirmed its commitment to the Direct model, telling investors that it believes the live-streamed presentations are still an effective means of communication.