Update Ver.1.1.0 will be added on November 17, and includes options to invert the camera both in third- and first-person modes separately. Inverted camera controls have been requested by fans ever since the game launched without them, so this is a welcome addition for Nintendo fans.
— Nintendo of Europe (@NintendoEurope) October 27, 2020
For more on Super Mario 3D All-Stars, check out our analysis of all three ports to see how they hold up against the original games. If you’re playing through Super Mario 64, here’s a guide to every secret star in the castle, so you can achieve the full set.
The Super Mario 3D All-Stars Collection is available as part of a limited physical release and digitally on Nintendo Switch until March 2021, after which it will be removed from the eShop.
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