Once the New Nintendo 3D was out on the market, everyone wanted to see SNES games hit the Virtual Console. After all, some excellent Mega Drive games had already been released previously, so 16-bit 3D remakes were already a possibility to take into account.
Super Marion World is a platform game in the Super Mario series developed by Nintendo and published by Nintendo for the Wii U video game console. It was released almost two years ago, on November 22, 2013 in North America. Being the sixth original 3D platformer in the Super Mario series, followed-up by 2011’s Nintendo 3DS game, Super Mario 3D Land, the game received critical acclaim. The fans particullary appreciated its level design, multiplayer, visuals, and music and were thrilled to express their appreciation on forums and in blog posts, at that moment.
But why should the Super Mario World stop there? The 3D technological update and the development of the 3D technology in the last years has made it possible to have some 3D Classics based on SNES games.
Using a very painstaking process, the prodessionals at Super Mario World have started converting footage of SNES games into 3D for our viewing pleasure. This technique worked just perfectly, within this context and in the meanwhile, the fans got ready for something spectacular. Since they could think of no better game to cover than Super Mario World, the public was thrilled. This particular game is one of the greatest games of all time, and looks absolutely amazing in 3D.
Try the 3D version!
But don’t take our word for it. Load this video up in your New Nintendo 3DS browser and find out for yourself! The company is launching an open invitation to its customers to name what other games they would appreciate seeing in 3D in the future.
As the 3D technology is slowly taking over, we can expect to have all the clasics reloaded in a 3D manner, soon enough. 3D version of SNES games might just be the new design standard for gamers worldwide.