Nintendo has finally announced Super Mario 3D All-Stars to celebrate Mario's 35th Anniversary.
And one of the big games arriving with it is the 2007 classic Super Mario Galaxy.
Nintendo took the familiar Mario format and took it to a different planet - literally.
With enhanced graphics, we're hoping this fan favourite will live up to its memory.
Let's take a look at everything we know so far!
The game will be available on the Nintendo Switch only.
The game is only available for a limited time and will expire in March 2021.
The game is retailing for £49.99/$59.99 USD/$59.99 CAD.
Super Mario 3D All-Stars Remastered Gameplay
Mario Meets Rosalina...
Opening level gameplay...
Joycons in action
What Games Are Included?
The games that will be included are:
Super Mario Galaxy
Mario blasts off on an intergalactic quest in Super Mario Galaxy to help Rosalina and save Princess Peach from Bowser’s assault of astronomical proportions.
Defy gravity and hop across planets with optional motion controls, or pass a Joy-Con controller to a friend for some extra help in Co-Star Mode!
OUT OF THIS WORLD: The greatest Plumber in the galaxy?
PIRANHA PLANET: Every world has a unique theme and even more interesting enemies
BEE-MUSING: One of the stranger abilities that Mario has had...
The games will feature higher resolution, 16:9 screen ratio and also be compatible with the Joy-Con controllers!
Players can also listen to the game soundtracks for each version of the game.
STAR POWER: Did you collect all 121 stars?
The game will be available for purchase on the Nintendo eShop.
A limited run retail edition and digital edition will be available for a limited time and run until March 2021.
You can pre-order it now:
"these remasters will include 1997’s Super Mario 64, 2002’s Super Mario Sunshine and 2007’s Super Mario Galaxy."
So it appears Nintendo is going all out for their 35 birthday, and this may also be in large part due to the on-going global pandemic. Perhaps Nintendo is filling the void that they originally had with other first-party titles, but are being forced to delay them.