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Super Mario 3D All-Stars Review Roundup

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Nintendo is celebrating the anniversary of its most recognizable mascot with Super Mario 3D All-Stars. The compilation includes a trio of Mario's most famous 3D adventures: Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy. While each of them are widely lauded classics, how does the package as a whole stack up?

Reviews for Super Mario 3D All-Stars are starting to hit ahead of its planned release on September 18. While critics generally agree that these are great games that largely stand the test of time, opinions are more varied on whether the 3D All-Stars bundling does enough to make them shine. This is a no-frills presentation without many enhancements or bonus features, which has raised mixed feelings among reviewers.

"You won't find anything in the way of supplemental material here: just Mario's first three 3D adventures, modestly touched up for high-definition displays, and their accompanying soundtracks," Kevin Knezevic said in GameSpot's Super Mario 3D All-Stars review. "The presentation is minimal but handsomely designed, and the soundtracks are a nice bonus, but the package on the whole hardly feels like a celebration of the series in the way that, say, Kirby's Dream Collection or even the original Super Mario All-Stars did."

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