Super Mario 3D All-Stars has (finally!) been announced for Switch as part of today's surprise Super Mario 35th Anniversary Direct, and it'll be available to download in just a couple of weeks. However, it's a limited-time release and only available until the end of March 2021 - and that includes the digital version.
The collection is launching on Friday 18th September, the game includes remastered versions of Super Mario 64 from Nintendo 64, Super Mario Sunshine from GameCube and Super Mario Galaxy from Wii (nope, Galaxy 2 won't be included here).
The package will feature optimised versions of each game with higher resolutions and a 'smooth gameplay experience', which suggests we'll be enjoying framerate improvements, too. The game will also feature an 'in-game music-player mode' for fans of the soundtracks which can be listened to while your Switch is in sleep mode.
Whether you want the game in physical or digital form, both versions are apparently limited-run/limited-time only, with the digital version being available until the end of March 2021 only. The game costs £49.99 / USD $59.99 / CAD $79.99 and pre-orders are live now.
Will you be picking this up? Silly question, probably, but let us know below.