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The Perfectly Subtle Remaster of Super Mario 64 in 3D All-Stars

by John Rairdin - September 16, 2020, 1:00 pm EDT
Total comments: 3

It may not be a full on remake, but Super Mario 3D All-Stars version of Mario 64 is hiding quite a few upgrades

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broodwarsSeptember 16, 2020

"The Perfectly Subtle Remaster..."

It's not a remaster. It's literally just an N64 rom running in a Switch emulator. That's been confirmed in pre-release coverage. The emulator may be applying some filters to make it look nicer, but Nintendo didn't do shit when it came to remastering the game

Quote from: broodwars

"The Perfectly Subtle Remaster..."

It's not a remaster. It's literally just an N64 rom running in a Switch emulator. That's been confirmed in pre-release coverage. The emulator may be applying some filters to make it look nicer, but Nintendo didn't do **** when it came to remastering the game

... That's not how filters work. The manner of getting a game to run is less important than the final results. If we throw out anything that emulates old code I have horrible news about a lot of remasters.

steveyYesterday at 03:06 pm

Quote from: broodwars

"The Perfectly Subtle Remaster..."

It's not a remaster. It's literally just an N64 rom running in a Switch emulator. That's been confirmed in pre-release coverage. The emulator may be applying some filters to make it look nicer, but Nintendo didn't do shit when it came to remastering the game

There's some Lua scripting hacks that are replacing some assets with redrawn or scaled art.

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