Super Mario 3D All-Stars might not have actually been the remaster fans wished for at launch, however a current upgrade includes a number of much-requested gameplay functions. Namely, gamers now have the capability to play Super Mario Sunshine with a GameCube controller.

Those who downloaded the ver 1.1.0 upgrade that dropped the other day can now delight in (or loathe) Sunshine the method God constantly meant. Of course, you’ll require the GameCube controller adapter to make that take place. It must likewise go without stating that you can just utilize a GameCube controller while the Switch is docked – which indicates Switch Lite owners run out luck. 

Nintendo keeps in mind that Sunshine’s button design will not show the GameCube inputs. It’s worth mentioning that the Gamecube controller can be utilized to play Super Mario 64 and Super Mario Galaxy. It feels a bit less natural to do so, however you can absolutely do it.  The upgrade likewise permits gamers to invert the electronic camera on all 3 video games, together with squashing basic bugs and whatnot.

Super Mario 3D All-Stars might not have actually set the world on fire in an entirely favorable sense, however it’s great to see Nintendo upgrading and enhancing the collection, specifically thinking about how it isn’t wish for this world. That’s since Nintendo prepares to pull the package from digital and physical shops on March 31st 2021 in what some think about a doubtful relocation. Nintendo released the package to commemorate Super Mario’s 35th anniversary together with likewise limited-time software application like Super Mario 35. 

For more on Super Mario 3D All-Stars, see us put the collection through its speeds in our New Gameplay Today video. While we’re on the topic of arbitrarily minimal Mario antiques, take a look at our hands-on impressions of the Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros. portable and this destined-to-be-sold-out Super Mario shoe line.