Super Mario 3D All-Stars is a compilation of mainline 3D Super Mario games, consisting of remastered versions of Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy.
It was announced in celebration of Super Mario’s 35th anniversary, and confirmed to only be going on sale for a limited period of 6 months.
Exclusive to Nintendo Switch Online members, the controls will mimic the original N64 release but without matching in-game button displays.
Super Mario 3D All-Stars' total sales are 9.01 million units.
Sales for Mario's HD collection are up by a whopping 276 percent.
The collection is not long for this world.
Nintendo isn't planning on walking back on the limited time nature of Mario's 35th anniversary celebrations.
Super Mario 3D All-Stars sells 8.32 million while Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit hit 1.08 million sold.
Nintendo of America president Doug Bowser explains the timed launch of recent Mario releases.
Inverted camera controls and general gameplay fixes also included.
Ring Fit Adventure sells 5.84 million while Luigi's Mansion 3 sales are at 7.83 million.
You'll be able to invert your camera next month.
Mario enjoys its biggest Nintendo Switch launch to date.
Super Mario 3D All-Stars, Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2 and Crash Bandicoot 4 also make their debuts in the software charts.
Mafia: Trilogy also debuts in sixth place.
Mario deserves a celebration with much more pomp and grandeur.
WWE 2K Battlegrounds and eFootball PES 2021 Season Update also debut in the top ten.
Gets you right in the feels, doesn't it?
Command gravity, explore a tropical island, and take a trip down memory lane later this week.
The game still looks sharp even after all these years.
Return to the stars once more with Nintendo's cosmic adventure.
Get a look at the updated version of each game.
Nintendo's 3D Mario collection is already selling like crazy despite being announced recently.
Handheld players can instead use the Switch's touch screen for Super Mario Galaxy.
The collection includes Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine and Super Mario Galaxy.
The consistently leaked 3D remasters collection could be unveiled soon.
Apparently, they were once planned to be out by now.
It will be showcased in the rumored Nintendo Direct.
A new Twitter account points to something brewing for the plumber.
That's a lot of Mario games.
The Italian plumber will reportedly see multiple Switch releases in the near future.