Super Mario May Be A Nintendo Switch Launch Title

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Posted By | On 15th, Nov. 2016 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605

Super Mario Galaxy

Earlier today, we reported that Nintendo’s long anticipated and equally long delayed The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is likely to be delayed again, meaning that it will not be hitting the Nintendo Switch launch. Now while that’s a bummer on its own to begin with, it does raise the question- if not Zelda, then what will Nintendo be launching the Switch with?

The answer to that? It may be launching with a brand new Mario game- the very same Mario game, in fact, as the one that we saw briefly during Nintendo Switch’s unveiling. According to Eurogamer’s sources, it seems like development on Super Mario Switch (obviously not the final title) is coming along well enough that Nintendo may feel comfortable launching it alongside the Switch in March.

If this is true, then the Nintendo Switch will become the first Nintendo machine since the Nintendo 64 in 1996 to launch with a mainline Mario game alongside it- and assuming the new Mario game goes back to the Super Mario 64/Galaxy formula, we can see that being a significant draw for a lot of people.

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  • Andy Maas

    This is why Nintendo sucks they keep on delaying their games

    • chaz

      I keep forgetting that Nintendo are literally the only company in the world that delays its games. It’s not like Microsoft, Sony, EA, Ubisoft, Activision, Warner Bros., Square Enix, Capcom, Blizzard, etc etc delay their games- no sir, they announce their games, and then they release them exactly when they promised to release them!

      Plus it’s not like Nintendo’s games are routinely among the best reviewed, most polished releases of their kind, with little to nothing in the way of bugs. No, I forgot, every Nintendo game always needs a dozen GB large day one patch to address all the bugs it has, same as the rest of the industry.

      Nintendo does suck, indeed.


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