If you watch the latest episode of Nintendo Minute, you will see that it is about to launch next week Super Mario 3D All-Stars. There are even something Footage of it, and well … let’s just say part of this video drove viewers crazy.
You see, around the 20 second mark, there’s a clip of the game’s title screen that is supposedly playing music Super Mario Galaxy 2. Below is a cut version of the video:
@DreamcastGuy “The Super Mario 3D All Stars collection uses the Super Mario Galaxy 2 music on the home screen but Nintendo refused to add Mario Galaxy 2 to the collection and I̵7;m screaming lolololol.”
Nintendo Switch subreddit user LittleLeaf2 noticed the same clip playing the “SMG2 remix of the Power Star theme” instead of the original Super Mario Galaxy one.
“In the Nintendo Minute 3D All-Star Gameplay, they showed the title screen, which, unlike SMG1, uses the SMG2 remix of the Power Star theme.”
Of course, there’s a chance it’s just an audio editing from Nintendo Minute.
MVG – who runs YouTube channel Modern Vintage Gamer also pointed out how the same intro appears to appear Super mario 64 in widescreen format, while the game itself in the All-Stars version is actually a classic 4: 3 resolution.
“Widescreen music from Mario 64 and Galaxy 2 during the intro? Nintendo is currently playing with us”
What do you think of this discovery? Is this a sign of the future provided it hasn’t been edited? Share your thoughts below.