Nintendo announced the long-rumoured Super Mario 3D-All Stars earlier this week which contains Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine and Super Mario Galaxy. We know from the game’s official website that Super Mario 64 runs at 720p (both in docked and portable modes), Super Mario Sunshine and Super Mario Galaxy both run at 1080p docked and 720p portable.
The legends over at GameXplain have created some comparison videos showcasing the footage from the announcement trailer compared to the moments in the original games and all three games look quite a lot better.
Obviously, Super Mario 64 probably looks the worst of the three games, considering it’s not running at 16:9 and not at 1080p but it actually still looks quite a lot cleaner than the original game did.
Both Super Mario Sunshine and Super Mario Galaxy look a lot better though, thanks to the fact that they’re now running in 1080p. The graphics are visibly cleaner with much more detail and less blurriness than the original games had.
Interestingly enough, GameXplain also did a comparison of Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury on Nintendo Switch in comparison with the original Wii U version and found that the game runs a lot quicker and has some improvements as well.
Super Mario 3D All-Stars releases on September 18th. Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury will launch in February 2021.