Finally, we get an official look at Super Mario 3DS, which makes full use of the console’s depth-enhancing display. One early reviewer says that he “can run through a level in relatively short order, and feel very rewarded for a minimal time investment.” It’s set for release in Q4 2011. Videos after the break. Click here for the first picture in gallery. Here’s the bottom line:
Super Mario for the 3DS combines elements from almost every earlier Mario game — mostly from Super Mario Bros. 3. Because of this, the name “Super Mario” makes sense. It kind of embodies everything about the series in a simple name, just like the game!