The Nintendo 64 controller may now be used to play Super Mario 64 from 3D All-Stars

Super Mario 3D All-Stars update 1.1.1 is now available, and it includes support for the new Nintendo 64 Wireless Controller for Super Mario 64.

The Nintendo 64 controller may now be used to play Super Mario 64 from 3D All-Stars

The contentious collection Super Mario 3D All-Stars, which was discontinued in early April this year, now has support for the new Nintendo 64 controller for Nintendo Switch, however it is limited to Super Mario 64. As a result, people who own a copy of this collection of some of Mario's best three-dimensional platform adventures will be able to play Super Mario 64 just like the original, but with the added convenience of a wireless connection. After the Japanese firm posted the patch notes, Nintendo Life reported the information.

The GameCube controller is supported in Super Mario Sunshine.

"For Nintendo Switch Online subscribers, Super Mario 64 now supports the special Nintendo 64 controller (sold separately). This game may now be played with the same controls as the original Nintendo 64 version ", the firm informs in the patch notes that the product has been updated to version 1.1.1. (released November 3, 2021). This wonderful inclusion should come as no surprise, as Nintendo enabled GameCube controller compatibility for Super Mario Sunshine in version 1.1.0, thus it was only a matter of time before Super Mario 64 got official support with the revived command of N64.

As of April 1st, 3D All-Stars was no longer available for purchase and was permanently deleted from the Nintendo eShop. Despite this, you can still buy physical copies for a reasonable price in a number of large stores; however, if you do not want to buy the collection, you can play the Nintendo Switch Online Expansion Pack, which includes the original Super Mario 64 and other great N64 games with full controller compatibility.

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