You can now enjoy the classic music of Super Mario on Nintendo Switch!
This month, Nintendo celebrates the legacy of Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy, as well as the nostalgic tunes from these titles—anytime, even with your screens off—with the release of its 35th anniversary collection Super Mario 3D All-Stars.
In #SuperMario3DAllStars you’ll be able to jam out to 175 of its nostalgic music tracks. The game supports playing music with the screen off as well, so you can use it to play music anytime, anywhere!https://t.co/6e11eLYqLz pic.twitter.com/93eHPMLvN3— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) September 17, 2020
The Super Mario Music Player includes a total of 175 timeless tracks from all three games, including 'Inside the Castle Walls' and 'Slider' from Super Mario 64, 'Bianco Hills' and 'Secret Course' from Super Mario Sunshine, and 'Luma' and 'Egg Planet' from Super Mario Galaxy.
Now listening to: Bianco Hills.— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) September 17, 2020
Enjoy tracks like this Super Mario Sunshine classic in the music-player mode when #SuperMario3DAllStars releases tomorrow!https://t.co/E9T4ipFtPX pic.twitter.com/wwtSievojE
The original Super Mario Bros. was first released on the Nintendo Entertainment System or NES (known as Famicom in Japan) on September 13, 1985.
Pre-orders for Super Mario 3D All-Stars opened last September 7 (Monday) and immediately became the second best-selling game of 2020 on Amazon US, right behind Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
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Super Mario 3D All-Stars is available now as a limited-run via the Nintendo eShop for USD $59.99 until approximately March 31, 2021.
Once purchased, the digital edition will remain in your Nintendo Account and can be re-downloaded and played if deleted from your device.
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Check out the Super Mario 3D All-Stars trailer below.