Super Mario 3D All-Stars has been criticized for its lack of improvements over the original versions of 64, Sunshine, and Galaxy, but one of its few actual changes ended up being a problem as well.
Super Mario Sunshine originally used inverted controls, with 3D All-Stars changing this to non-inverted with no option to switch back — until now.
Version 1.1.0 adds in inverted camera options for not only Super Mario Sunshine, but all three games in the collection. This is great news for anyone used to the original control scheme, or those that prefer to play inverted.
As an added bonus, the update also includes GameCube controller support for Sunshine. It’ll only work in docked mode with the adapter, and none of the button icons will change, though it’s still a welcome addition.
Considering how Nintendo are de-listing 3D All-Stars at the end of March 2021, it’s a surprise that they’d patch the game at all. Then again, these features should really have been in the release version to begin with.
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