Super Mario 3D All-Stars will have a camera option on Switch | Game

Super Mario 3D All-Stars will receive a free update in November, adding new camera options to the three games that make up the collection. Nintendo will release on November 17 to everyone with a game on Switch.

Camera update arrives November for Super Mario 3D All-Stars (Image: Nintendo)

Camera update arrives November for Super Mario 3D All-Stars (Image: Nintendo)

Collection of three amazing 3D games from Super Mario saga, Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine and Super Mario Galaxy – has been released on Nintendo 64, GameCube and Wii respectively over the years.

One of the biggest fan complaints from fans was that the game was “unedited”, only had filters for high definition. The problem is that some of them come with cameras that are no longer commonplace by the standards of modern games and this has brought a certain strangeness to the public.

After the update, in Super Mario 64 and Galaxy, for example, will be able to change the orientation of the horizontal and vertical cameras. Gave Mario Sunshine The player will be able to even control the direction of the FLUDD, an item used by the hero.

Example of the camera in Super Mario 64 (Image: Nintendo)

Example of the camera in Super Mario 64 (Image: Nintendo)

Super Mario Limited

Collection Super Mario 3D All-Stars was launched to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the character Nintendo. It is available for sale in both physical and digital versions via the Nintendo Switch eShop.

However, this is a limited edition. The game will only be available on the market until the end of March 2021, including its digital version. It will then be removed from platforms and stores. However, those who have purchased it will be able to keep their copy without any trouble, and can even re-download it whenever they want.

With information: Eurogamer.

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