Nintendo reportedly planning fan-favourite Super Mario remasters for 35th Anniversary

Ruben Fields
March 31, 2020

Gematsu has also received credible reports on the matter.

The Super Mario 35 Anniversary was originally due to be celebrated via a physical presence at this year's E3, but Nintendo is now reviewing its plans in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Also a Paper Mario game, but that feels more like a threat.

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In related news, Nintendo recently released a Mini Direct video announcing its planned game launches for the year. For the record, he's the same guy who said we'd be getting two Nintendo presentations on certain dates this month, and we did.

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VGC cites "multiple sources" as saying that Nintendo is planning to reveal plans to re-release the majority of Mario's back catalog this year.

Nintendo's big "holiday" game this year is supposedly going to be a brand new Paper Mario game.

According to some rumours, we may be looking at even more adventures for Italian plumber extraordinaire, Mario, and his crew in celebration of the series' upcoming 35th birthday. According to several sources and corroborated by the likes of Eurogamer and VGC!

No specific games were mentioned for the remasters, however, a new Paper Mario game has been stated to be part of the plan. A couple of weeks back, Nintendo said it was considering "various ways" (thanks, Nintendo Life) to interact with fans after the cancellation of E3, so we could well see the reveal of this Super Mario Bros info in another format.

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