Nintendo released a special Direct presentation earlier today, which focused entirely on the 35th anniversary of the Super Mario Bros. series. The compilation includes Super Mario Bros. That means you may want to get the hassle out of the way and just preorder Super Mario 3D All-Stars now.
Nintendo's shares are trading at 12-year highs as it sees huge demand for the Switch device and titles like Animal Crossing: New Horizons from consumers who have flocked to gaming during the coronavirus outbreak. While many of these colorways have been simple and fun, Puma and J Cole have now teamed up with Nintendo for a "Super Mario 64" colorway that pays homage to the 35th anniversary of the Super Mario Bros. franchise.More news: Kate Bishop slings into Marvel's Avengers game as new playable character
To celebrate the 35th anniversary of Super Mario Bros., Nintendo announced that it will be re-releasing its classic Game & Watch system, which helped launch hand-held video games to global popularity. Like the original Game & Watch, this Super Mario edition will also be able to double as a digital clock when you're not using it to game.
Nintendo's official description reads: "The physical kart responds to boosts in-game and in the real world, stops when hit with an item and can be affected in different ways depending on the race". Thirty five players will navigate through the title at the same time with defeated enemies being sent to other players to deal with. 2 and Super Mario Bros. In this competitive online battle game, 35 players will compete to be the last Mario standing. or running.More news: USA jobless claims fell to a still high 880,000 as recovery slows
"Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit" is set for an October 16 launch, and it will come in two varieties - Mario and Luigi - for $99.99 each.
When you're not saving the Mushroom Kingdom, check out the included digital clock. Game & Watch will be available starting November 13 for a suggested retail price of around $80.More news: Hyundai teases new Tucson SUV ahead of launch