Nintendo releases a remastered version of Mario is Missing
By Bob Garcia
The video game comes as many other Mario titles are pulled from the Nintendo Store
The celebration of Mario’s 35th anniversary ended on March 31 and it was known that this day was the last to be available for Super Mario 3D All-Stars. Since this type of strategy was announced, many people have hoped that Nintendo would change its mind and at least have the initiative to sell the remastered collection of classics little by little in the eShop, to all those who are interested, and who are apparently many. Unfortunately for much of that population, nothing has changed regarding the thinking of the Big N, and the collection no longer officially exists. However, maybe as a consolation prize, Nintendo released a remastered version of the Mario is Missing video game.
Even so, not all hope has to be lost for the faithful followers of Mario, since it seems there was a surprise that had been very well guarded. Game development experts from Kimishima ensured that this anniversary would have a special twist and fans would not leave empty-handed so Nintendo announced it would release Mario is missing. Remastered + Bowser’s Jury for Nintendo Switch.
To give it a touch, according to these times, the developers took care of designing the 1993 classic with updated graphics, many more levels and a new mode called Bowser’s Jury. But, as if that weren’t enough, in addition to the release of this jam-packed remaster, Nintendo has also shared information about a brand new amiibo. The Missing Mario amiibo will feature a new character model and will unlock the newly restored “Alcatraz Escape” San Francisco stage.
The Missing Mario amiibo is expected to be available by the end of April, and as usual, will only be available as an online order with in-store pickup. Right now, anyone interested in Missing Mario can purchase it in the Nintendo Switch eShop for $59.99.