The remake of the is a good balance in keeping the foundation of everything that made the game special and unique, while still making some big changes to improve the mechanics, gameplay, and graphics. The original was released in March 1996 for the SNES and now has been recreated for the Nintendo Switch for everyone to be able to revisit — or be introduced to — Mario's first questing adventure. Although the story has remained faithful to the original, several tweaks and added features have improved the quality-of-life experience of the game for the Switch.
Mario and his friends embark to repair the Star Road and defeat the Smithy Gang in, and this unique adventure for the characters is a vastly different style of game than the traditional platformers that came before it. The story-rich RPG has been a favorite for many since it debuted in 1996, which meant that for a remake to be successful, many things needed to remain true to the original. Below are ten of the biggest changes that were made in this modern remake of for the Nintendo Switch.
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At the time that came out for the SNES, Princess Peach was known as Princess Toadstool. Now, very few would recognize her by that moniker. Therefore, it makes sense that for the remake, she has been officially renamed to Princess Peach.
Several other characters also received new names for this edition of the game, such as Yaridovich becoming the awkwardly-sounding Speardovich, and Mack becoming Claymorton. Perhaps the most disappointing of all is the rebranding that Frogfucius has undergone to become the much more boring Frog Sage.
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