If you watch the latest episode of Nintendo Minute, you’ll see it’s all about next week’s release Super Mario 3D All-Stars. There’s even some footage of it, and well… let’s just say part of this video has sent viewers into a bit of a frenzy.
@DreamcastGuy “The Super Mario 3D All-Stars Collection uses the Super Mario Galaxy 2 music on the start screen but Nintendo refused to put Mario Galaxy 2 in the collection and I am screaming lolololol”
Of course, there’s the possibility it’s just an audio edit by Nintendo Minute.
MVG – who runs the YouTube Channel Modern Vintage Gamer, also pointed out how the same intro seemingly showed Super Mario 64 in widescreen, whereas the game itself in the All-Stars version is actually a classic 4:3 resolution.
“Wide Screen Mario 64 and Galaxy 2 music during the intro? Nintendo is just messing with us now”
So, what do you think about this discovery? Is this a sign of things to come, assuming it hasn’t been edited in? Share your thoughts down below.