You can now use the Nintendo 64 controller to play the 3D all-star version of Super Mario 64

The new wireless Nintendo 64 controller sold out almost immediately It is now expected to be released again in 2022, But if you are one of the lucky ones, you can now play Super Mario 64 on Switch.

This news comes from Nintendo, It announced that version 1.1.1 has launched Super Mario 3D All-Star, a series released last year, including Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine and Super Mario Galaxy. Before this new update, you could only play these three games with Joy-Con or Nintendo Switch Pro controllers.

This is still the case with Super Mario Sunshine and Super Mario Galaxy, but thanks to version 1.1.1, you can now play Super Mario 64 with Nintendo’s recently released 64 controller. Joy-Con and Pro controllers work well in Super Mario 64, but for those looking for a more classic and nostalgic feel, using a 64 controller when playing games will definitely suit their preferences.

While waiting for the 64 controllers to be restocked, see why one of them Game informant Editor thinks Super Mario 3D All Stars is a great remastered collection, but it’s not enough Then read about how to Nintendo will stop selling this series after March 31, 2021. Check out our thoughts on the latest game released by 3D Mario Game informant Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury Review after that.

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