March 10, better known to Nintendo fans as MAR10 Day, is a celebration of iconic characters who wear Nintendo suits. Part-time plumber, savior princess, and sports star, among other roles, Mario is one of the most recognizable figures in all of video games.
Nintendo made some Mario-themed announcements yesterday, including releasing new LEGO Super Mario sets and announcing a “Super Nintendo World” attraction at Universal Studios Hollywood in 2023.
Additionally, several Mario games are already on sale on the Nintendo Switch store. Here are some of the best Mario games you can play on Switch to celebrate MAR10 Day.
Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury
Arguably one of the best recent game packs, Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury are two fantastic games included in one. Super Mario 3D World is the sequel to 3D Super Mario Landand TI introduced online cooperative play when it was re-released with Bowser’s Fury.
The games feature two fun and unique adventures filled with collectibles and fun challenges to complete alone or in a group.
New Super Mario Bros U Deluxe
Mario’s latest side-scroller, New Super Mario Bros. you Luxuryoriginally released on Wii U in late 2012, before releasing on Switch in January 2019. The game features 164 playable platforming levels in two different main game modes, with a huge collection of characters to play with. unique skills.
There are additional game modes like Challenges, Boost Rush and Coin Battle.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
Everyone’s favorite kart racing and friendship game is on sale on the Nintendo Store. There are 48 courses (so far) for players to compete in head to head or against the clock, online or offline.
Players have 36 characters to choose from and have access to fully customizable karts. Another 48 courses via DLC are expected to be added by the end of 2023.
Other Great Mario Games
Here are some other great Mario games that aren’t on sale right now.
- Mario Party Superstars
- Super Mario Odyssey
- Paper Mario: The Origami King
- Mario Strikers: Battle League (pre-order)
Article originally published in English by Scott Robertson at Dot Esports on March 10.