It watered though
I do not think I can judge exactly how many times I have played Mario 64. Whether it’s on the original hardware, DS or various collections / Virtual Console means, every level is burned in my brain. But not quite like that.
In the provocatively named video “I bought a $ 1500 GPU (an RTX 3090) to play Super Mario 64 with RTX,” YouTuber Dario shows Mario 64 with beam tracking. Now this video showing Wet-Dry World is a bit old, but it represents an ongoing project, which can finally see the light of day.
No matter how much time you try to keep the classics down, it’s a lost battle. People will love these types of games forever, and I have to say that it̵
Of course, society is very polarized when it comes to how much the radiation tracking effects actually add to the game. It’s a little more advanced than many other mod projects over the years (which “improves” the look of Mario 64), but it looks good to me. A diverse selection of projects is never a bad thing.
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