Nintendo Announced Super Mario 3D All-Star Collection On Thursday, confirming long-running rumors that Super Mario 64, Super Mario SunshineAnd and Super Mario Galaxy It will be re-released on the Nintendo Switch. The third game in that list, which was released for the Wii motion controller in 2007, will use motion controls for some aspects of the game. But it didn’t look like Joy-Con motion control would be required for gameplay Excellent Mario The galaxy On the switch.
This is not immediately apparent, depending on Super Mario 3D All-Star A page on Nintendo.com, Which indicates that players can “gently shake the Joy-Con controller to activate Mario’s Spin ability or pass a Joy-Con controller to a friend for some extra help in Co-Star Mode.” An asterisk defines this sentence further: “If playing on Nintendo Switch Lite, separate Joy-Con controllers are required and sold separately.”
In the original version of The galaxyThe second player can control the cursor on the screen to grab Star Bits and shoot them at the enemies; Help Mario to jump. Or grab enemies to stop them in their tracks.
Polygon contacted Nintendo for an explanation on the range of motion controls required in the Super Mario Galaxy in a Super Mario 3D All-StarAnd received the following statement:
Super Mario Galaxy Supported in TV, Table, and Portable modes. In TV and table top modes, motion controls are required for the pointer function. In manual mode, the pointer function is adapted for using the touch screen.
Nintendo also confirmed this Super Mario 3D All-Star Supports Nintendo Switch Pro Controller.
Super Mario 3D All-Star The game will be released for Switch on September 18th. Nintendo says the game will be released in a limited quantity, and will be available until March 31, 2021.