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Super Mario All-Stars is coming to Nintendo Switch Online Today

by Jordan Rudek - September 3, 2020, 9:36 am EDT
Total comments: 6 Source: Nintendo

One of the best value propositions on the Super Nintendo is being added to Nintendo's online service.

During this morning's Super Mario Bros. 35th Anniversary Direct, Nintendo revealed that Super Mario All-Stars would be added to the Super NES - Nintendo Switch Online service later today. This title features Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 2, Super Mario Bros 3., and Super Mario Bros. The Lost Levels, all of which have received an audio and visual upgrade from their original NES and Famicom versions.

This should tide fans over until Super Mario 3D All-Stars launches in just over two weeks.


UncleBobRichard Cook, Guest ContributorSeptember 03, 2020

It's so minor, but I wish they had released the +World version.  I mean, you can already play World on NSO, but re-releasing this version would give everyone the chance to enjoy it and the very minor, subtle changes.

KhushrenadaSeptember 03, 2020

What are these "very minor, subtle changes"?

UncleBobRichard Cook, Guest ContributorSeptember 03, 2020


Nothing major, but considering it would literally cost nothing, I see no disadvantages.

Why didn't they remove the white background in the "A's" of the logo

Spak-SpangSeptember 04, 2020

I am playing Super Mario Bros. 2 when I get home.
Princess Peach run all the way.

SheckySeptember 05, 2020

Quote from: Morningshark

Why didn't they remove the white background in the "A's" of the logo

Some employee slacking off from his work at home commitments  :D

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