Super Mario RPG is a turn-based role playing game developed and published by Nintendo.
It’s a remake of the 1996 SNES title Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars.
The SNES RPG's remake launched for the Nintendo Switch in November, and has attracted a solid amount of players, judging by its sales.
The remake is available now for Nintendo Switch and offers new gameplay mechanics, revamped visuals and cutscenes, and much more.
The RPG remake debuted at No. 2 in the weekly Japanese charts, selling over 301,000 physical units at launch.
Until the patch arrives, Nintendo has offered a workaround for players to avoid progress from being blocked.
The remake of the iconic SNES role-playing game offers new combat mechanics, like the Triple Move, an orchestral soundtrack and more.
Famitsu awards the remake a 34 out of 40, praising the visuals and new mechanics. It's out on November 17th for Nintendo Switch.
Check out the new combat mechanics, revamped visuals and features like a gallery for viewing all enemies before the remake's launch.
Check out composer Yoko Shimomura's rearranged versions of Bandit's Way and Forest Maze before the remake's launch on November 17th.
Timing attacks now allow for damaging multiple enemies, and you can fill a gauge to execute triple moves with your entire party.
Nintendo has unveiled a new batch of screenshots for the upcoming RPG remake, which launches for the Switch in November.
Chihiro Fujioka, co-director of the original Super Mario RPG, isn't involved with the remake, but says he's "excited" to play it.
Following the remake's announcement, acclaimed composer Yoko Shimomura took to Twitter to confirm that she is returning for the remake.
Based on Squaresoft's beloved SNES role-playing game, the remake features revamped visuals and music with the same beloved combat.