Inverted camera controls and general gameplay fixes also included.
Nintendo’s Super Mario 3D All-Stars has received a new update which adds some much-needed options for players. Each title now supports inverted camera controls and have received “general fixes” to improve the gameplay. But perhaps the biggest new addition is Nintendo GameCube controller for Super Mario Sunshine.
This will support the original release’s controls though it’s only playable in TV/docked mode. Furthermore, you’ll need a GameCube Controller Adapter to connect the controller to the Switch. Buttons displayed within the title won’t reflect the GameCube controller either so hopefully your muscle memory kicks in. And it goes without saying but the Switch Lite doesn’t support this option.
Super Mario 3D All-Stars is currently available for the Nintendo Switch and packs Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine and Super Mario Galaxy into one package. Check out our official review for it here. It’s currently available to purchase physically and digitally via the Nintendo eShop until March 31st 2021.