|Super Mario 3D All-Stars brings three high-res ports to Swit|
|发表时间：2021-01-05 11:05 阅读次数：|
|Super Mario 64 is looking sharper than ever (fan recreations excepted). So long-y Bowser. Super Mario Sunshine will be available in a 16:9 aspect ratio for the first time. What a view. The Switch Joy-Cons will be used to simulate the original functionality of the Wii Remotes in Super Mario Galaxy. Finally, you can put away your Wii and still have access to Super Mario Galaxy (but not its sequel). A shot from the new "Bowser's Fury" area of the Switch port of Super Mario 3D World Hold me I'm scared. Further ReadingThe year of Mario: A ton of classic 3D games reportedly coming to Switch in 2020Thursday morning, Nintendo confirmed longstanding rumors that a set of classic 3D Mario games will be ported to the Switch. As part of a video presentation celebrating Mario's 35th anniversary, the company announced Super Mario 3D All-Stars, a package including "higher resolution" ports of Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy with controls designed specifically for Switch controllers.
While Super Mario 64 was previously emulated on the Wii and Wii U virtual consoles (and heavily modified for a Nintendo DS re-release when that system launched), this is the first time any 3D Mario games have been specifically ported to HD-capable hardware. While Nintendo hasn't specifically confirmed what "higher resolution" will be supported, Super Mario 64 in particular looks much sharper in provided footage.
Super Mario Sunshine will also be playable in a widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio for the first time, and all three games will include a soundtrack that can be played independently of the games running or the Switch screen even being active, Nintendo says.
The new "All-Stars" package is being sold as a "limited production," Nintendo says, with digital and physical versions only available from Sept. 18 through "approximately" the end of March 2021 for a $60 MSRP.Further ReadingHands-on: Super Mario 3D World scratches an all-too-familiar itchSeparately, Nintendo announced a new port of Super Mario 3D World, an excellent four-player adventure that didn't get enough attention on the Wii U. The Switch port will include a new online mutiplayer mode and a completely new set of levels entitled Bowser's Fury. Release is expected Feb. 12, 2021 for $60. It's a parallel fight for survival with 35 other players in Super Mario 35. Killing enemies on your screen sends them onto opponents' playfields, and vice versa. It may look like a classic Game & Watch, but it actually holds two NES Mario games. The Game & Watch also serves as a clock featuring a number of Mario-themed animations. Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit in an AR game played using real remote-controlled racers. Note the AR camera rising up from the back of the kart. Four gates used to arrange the layout of custom courses around your house are included.
Other products announced as part of Mario's 35th anniversary celebration today include:Advertisement Super Mario Bros. 35: A 35-player online Battle Royale platformer in the style of Tetris 99. Defeated enemies get sent to opponents' playfields as players struggle to survive and collect more coins than their opponents. Available free as part of a Nintendo Switch Online membership starting Oct. 1 through the end of March 2021.Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros.: A $50 collectible in the physical style of Nintendo's classic pre-Game Boy portables, but with a full color display and playable copies of Super Mario Bros., the Japanese Super Mario Bros. 2 (a.k.a. "The Lost Levels"), and the Game & Watch Ball game built-in. Launching Nov. 13.Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit: A physical remote-controlled Mario Kart toy controlled by a Nintendo Switch, developed by the indie developers at Velan Studios . Players can race around custom AR courses built inside their house and view the kart's perspective streamed to the Switch screen via a built-in video camera, all while affecting the kart's performance with virtual items. Available Oct. 16 starting at $100 for a package with one kart and four AR racing gates.Super Mario All-Stars: The 16-bit SNES package featuring four classic 2D Mario games will be emulated on Nintendo Switch Online starting today.
In the coming months, Nintendo also plans to bring Mario-themed events and items to games from Animal Crossing to Splatoon 2.关注高德娱乐官网（www.huzaza.com）。
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