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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 18 September 2020
So Super Mario Sunshine would have been enough for me and Galaxy is a nice little addition. 64 is great but after having played it so many times on the N64 and then on DS it wouldn't have been enough on its own but it makes sense that it's in this collection.

The additional music player mode is a nice extra.

All 3 games work well on the switch with only 2 problems I've noticed personally. 1 I had a few moments when object would only appear when really close to Mario in 64 and the camera controls can be frustrating but that's probably a problem with the game.

My only real problem with this release is that for a special limited time release for the 35th Aniversary I feel they could have added more to the physical edition. Maybe a booklet at least or a slip cover for the game case. Anything really.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great ports of great games but where's my booklet.
By RyzorGick on 18 September 2020
So Super Mario Sunshine would have been enough for me and Galaxy is a nice little addition. 64 is great but after having played it so many times on the N64 and then on DS it wouldn't have been enough on its own but it makes sense that it's in this collection.

The additional music player mode is a nice extra.

All 3 games work well on the switch with only 2 problems I've noticed personally. 1 I had a few moments when object would only appear when really close to Mario in 64 and the camera controls can be frustrating but that's probably a problem with the game.

My only real problem with this release is that for a special limited time release for the 35th Aniversary I feel they could have added more to the physical edition. Maybe a booklet at least or a slip cover for the game case. Anything really.
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