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Grumblevolcano

@Dezzy Given most companies that would've had a June event (whether specifically E3 or in June but not connected to E3) is splitting their event into 2, Nintendo's probably doing the same:

  • Microsoft - Part 1 in May, Part 2 in July
  • Ubisoft - Part 1 in July, Part 2 is probably in late August
  • Sony - Part 1 in June, Part 2 is rumoured to be in August
    ...etc.

So my guess would be the Direct on Monday if it happens covers July - December 2020 and then a Direct in September announces a bunch of new announcements for 2021 and gives an update on at least BotW 2 and Bayonetta 3.

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EndlessFloydian

Regarding Shinobi's tweet tease yesterday that asked which group of Mario games we prefer, it got me thinking:

Wasn't it implied originally that there were to be other Mario games outside of the 3D ones to be released with the anniversary as well? On the tweet, it showed Paper Mario 64, TTYD, Yoshi's Island, and a couple of Mario & Luigi games as well.

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BabyYoshi12

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Yeah, this is a scammer’s work.

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BabyYoshi12

@EndlessFloydian Yeah, the original said “most of his 35-year catalogue”, then the same people listed only four games like one week later.

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BlueOcean

@BabyYoshi12 Well, the "aaaaaaaaa" sounded suspicious, I didn't say it but I agreed with you about that 😅.

BlueOcean

BlueOcean

@EndlessFloydian The reports talk about Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario 3D World. They also mention most of the Mario back catalogue meaning older games on Nintendo Switch Online (Super Mario All-Stars?). They also revealed a new Paper Mario in 2020 before it was announced. The sources sound confident and are respectable so that's why most people believes this.

BlueOcean

Reprise

@BabyYoshi12 It's supposedly linked to an official Nintendo email address. Could be faked though I suppose, but it would pretty elaborate to spoof the format of an official Nintendo email address for a Twitter account in the hope fans would find it...

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BlueOcean

@Reprise @BabyYoshi12 Yes I just read Nintendo Life's article and the F-Zero account is apparently linked to a Nintendo account too (or made so it would look like it) and it's from March so it could be real. The "aaaaaaaa" name could be just discretion.

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BlueOcean

Slowdive

If rumors are correct, we'll get a collection of three 3D Super Mario titles: a slightly better-looking Super Mario 64 that can be played in widescreen, and two titles running at a higher resolution: Super Mario Sunshine and Super Mario Galaxy. Source: ResetEra.

The latter makes sense since it was already ported to the NVIDIA SHIELD.

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MarioBrickLayer

@Slowdive Do you think there is any truth to these bonus game/unlockable game rumours? The ideal scenario would be that they are:
Super Mario Land
Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island
New Super Mario Bros
New Super Mario Bros Wii
New Super Mario Bros 2

If Galaxy 2 is included, you would then be able to play every Mario game ever released on the Switch!

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BlueOcean

@Slowdive That Resetera user is referring to Zippo's tweet. The original sources say that it could be a collection or separate releases like The Legend of Zelda remasters.

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BabyYoshi12

@BlueOcean @Reprise The thing is, all you can see is a few letters, so when you see:

ml*******@n*****.**.**

You assume it to be the official Nintendo email, but it could just be:

[email protected]

So it’s impossible to tell at this point, but I don’t have high hopes for the time being.

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BabyYoshi12

I’m still confused. They said ‘most of his 35-year catalogue’, the the same sources listed only 4 specific titles saying those would be the ones. Now they’re saying only 3? (I feel bad for Switch Stop)

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FragRed

@BabyYoshi12 This whole anniversary thing surrounding Mario seems way too big for Nintendo. They barely did anything for the 30th anniversary which I would argue is the bigger milestone than 35 years. Dunno, maybe it's just me but this whole thing never made sense to me from the very beginning.

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BabyYoshi12

MarioBrickLayer wrote:

If Galaxy 2 is included, you would then be able to play every Mario game ever released on the Switch!

Uh... I think you already can play every Mario game on the Switch... on the Switch. Do you mean Wii?

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jump

FragRed wrote:

BabyYoshi12 This whole anniversary thing surrounding Mario seems way too big for Nintendo. They barely did anything for the 30th anniversary which I would argue is the bigger milestone than 35 years. Dunno, maybe it's just me but this whole thing never made sense to me from the very beginning.

It was odd that Luigi got an entire year for his anniversary compared to Mario also.

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BabyYoshi12

@FragRed If someone told me this rumour in January, I’d think they’re crazy. But then the original source successfully predicted a Direct and The Oragami King, so... I think I have to.

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BabyYoshi12

@jump Right that happened. I feel like Mario Maker was a pretty big thing, as it wasn’t just a game but the beginning of a franchise- but then Mario All-Stars was his 25th anniversary- which is basically the same thing as this.

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FragRed

@BabyYoshi12 There has been a few Mario related merchandise popping up recently from various toy manufacturers and none of them seem to be stamping 35th anniversary on them which would certainly have made sense for the Lego NES kit. I just can't put much faith into any of this. Seems too obvious and big a deal for Nintendo. They are more likely to try selling you these things at full price or just stick Mario 64 on the subscription service instead.

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BabyYoshi12

@FragRed Only time will tell.

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