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Feature: 17 Remasters We would like to look at Switch in 2019



Having looked at which Wii U games and 3DS games we want to see, making the switch to Switch, we drank even more moonshine and really started to dream, looked back even more and figured out which games who would be mature for the HD remaster treatment from Nintendo's entire back catalog.

Before we begin, let's clarify what remaster we are talking about. Think in line with The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and Majoras Mask for Nintendo 3DS. Both games were graphically updated, but also allowed for some subtle game changes. Nevertheless, emphasis is placed on visuals, not a complete, basic recording. Another example would be Okami HD . With us now? Abrupt.

Another crucial factor to consider is how well the game would work today or how underappreciated it was at that time; Perhaps a new audience would understand it better once more? Nintendo EAD Nintendo / Developer: Nintendo EAD

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Release Date: August 26, 2002 (USA ) / October 4, 2002 ( UK / EU )

Super Mario Sunshine is probably one of the most "wanted" remaster for Switch, the game itself has shared fans over the years, but it would be an exciting release for Nintendo; maybe it would afford the chance to put the record right on how well this game is actually once and for all, to clear how the camera works and a couple of other gameplay tweaks – along with fresh lick of paint – will surely make this a must-buy for all Mario fans, and may be able to help rehabilitate an underrated classic.

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