Super Mario 3D All-Stars It is the return of 3 classic games of this mustachioed plumber so moonlight so that we can play them when we want, where we want and how we want on Nintendo Switch. That these games already have a few years behind them does not mean that they are totally free of those annoying little bugs that tarnish the experience of the players, so the Big N is very pending to launch new updates, such as the one now available, which introduces various changes, especially in Super Mario Sunshine. A “new” way to control this main character!
Super Mario Sunshine has been the main focus of the latest update of Super Mario 3D All-Stars
Those who want to take a tour of Super Mario 3D-All Stars will notice some changes that the new update 1.1.0 has introduced. While we already knew that he was going to add new camera options, what Ninty had in mind is that he was going to add support for the GameCube controller in Super Mario Sunshine, a feature that players noticed very soon after launch. and that was being ordered ever since (although it is only available in desktop mode, a GameCube adapter is obviously needed and is not available for Nintendo Switch Lite). In addition, this is not the only thing that it has brought with it, since some bugs have also been corrected, such as the blocks for developers that appeared in this title set in the paradisiac Isla Delfino or the possibility of using the ACUAC turbo under water. Now everything returns a bit to that normality that we already saw in its original release more than 10 years ago!
In this way, it is more than clear to us that, no matter how long you have a game, new miniscule errors can always arise when it is brought to a new platform, and in the case of Super Mario 3D All-Stars, those responsible continue working to May we not find a single one while we enjoy these three classic adventures of the mustachioed plumber. And you, which of these three games have you spent the most hours on?