Nintendo Registers The Official Twitters Of The 35th Anniversary Of Mario And F-Zero – We Are Not Children

Will this be the necessary proof of gathering Super Mario and a new F-Zero for the Nintendo Switch?

The seasoned fans of Nintendo They have been digging all over the place and finding what could be the necessary evidence to confirm the arrival of the collection of Super Mario for its 35th Anniversary (Via VideoGames Chronicles).

According to multiple witnesses, Nintendo has registered the official Twitter account of this collection, @ SuperMario35th, which although it does not say much, only “aaaaaaaaaaa”, gives us a few clues if we analyze the information in the recovery email :.

If we fill in the recovery account that is hidden with security asterisks, we can see that the official email of the company fits perfectly:

The rumors of a compilation of games Super Mario have been surfing the Internet for a few months, including Amazon leaked details of the games that will include:

Nintendo, Mario, Super Mario Collection,

The details of the Super Mario Collection indicate that its launch would be the November 13 for a price of $ 60 dollars and would include four of the biggest games in the franchise:

  • Super Mario 64 (Nintendo 64).
  • Super Mario Galaxy 1 and 2 (Nintendo GameCube).
  • Mario Sunshine (Nintendo Wii).

Along with this, a private account but with similar characteristics appeared on Twitter, @FZeroJp, which could indicate that Nintendo is already working on a new installment of the franchise:

This would be great news for fans of the series as there hasn’t been a new game since F-Zero Climax from the 2004 Game Boy Advance.

On the other hand, it may only be a way of securing the name to prevent someone else from registering it in the future, because previously the company assured that the arrival of a new F-Zero it would depend on innovations in the available hardware.

Maybe if we create a new type of control or if we find a control interface that is particularly suitable for F-Zerothen maybe we will do something again in the future. ” Shigeru Miyamoto (2005).

In the end we can only wait for more details in the future, but for the time being leave us in the comments if you would like to see these games on your Switch.

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