Super Mario 3D stars launched today, but, as is often the case in the world of video games, some people gained access to it early thanks to the kind retailers who sent them to arrive yesterday. However, many people too gained access to the title with slightly more shady means, thanks to the fact that it leaked online a few days ago.
Since the copies are already “there”, we heard messages that the collection suffers from a rather terrible mistake. Some people are said to use this mistake as another stick to defeat the Super Mario 3D All-Stars; many have accused Nintendo of “lazily attracting money”
However, we now see evidence that this particular error only affects those who run the game (retail or downloaded) on a modified Switch console, and the error is not present in legitimate copies of the game running on unpolluted Switch systems:
However, do not expect this to be a lasting thing; as is often the case, modders have already overcome the problem.
We really liked Super Mario 3D All-Stars, because you’ll find out if you’ve already seen our review – and we watched our comparative video, which shows how much better the games look than the original ones.