Nintendo is introducing an “enhanced” update of Super Mario 3D World as they are bringing it to the Nintendo Switch devices. On the occasion of the 35th Anniversary of the original release, today the producer revealed the news during a Nintendo Direct which had a special Mario theme. Super Mario 3D World was released on the Wii U in 2013 and offers a platform for adventure with friends. It has also introduced a catsuit that transforms characters such as Mario and Luigi into climbing felines. On 12 February 2021, the game will finally arrive on the Nintendo Switch along with extra material named as Bowser’s Fury by Nintendo. It also contains co-op couches and apps.
Super Mario 3D All-Stars, a series made up of Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxies was also released by Nintendo. 3D All-Stars will be released on September 18 and will boost the quality of the Mario games. The original SuperMario All-Stars which computes Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Stages, Super Mario Bros. 2, and Super Mario Bros. 3, will be commercially available via the Nintendo Switch Online, according to Nintendo. Nintendo states that “a small supply” is available until 31 March 2021.”
One of the biggest updates is the unveiling of an early Super Mario Bros, Mario Bros: the Lost Levels & Ball game, a revolutionary limited-edition retro game & watch system. The Game & Watch System will be active from 13 November in selected countries. The cost of the unit is $49.99 (about Rs 3,667).
Mario Kart Live: In collaboration with Velan Studios, the home circuit has been developed. The real-life karts will allow you to challenge your mates in real life rather than in the video game. The physical karts can answer everything that takes place in the game. Players will also build unique class models to enjoy with friends and family. The Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit will be available for $99.99 (approximately Rs 7 300) in a Mario Package or Luigi Package beginning on October 16th.
This is the perfect time to get more product sales for Nintendo and that is why Nintendo also offers more retail products on Mario’s anniversary from Monopoly, Puma, Jenga, Lego, and more. In September and beyond, it will host many fan gatherings, including special searches and training in selected series.