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NERD Explains The Challenge Of Bringing Super Mario Sunshine To Switch

“Optimisation tricks were needed to get the game to run at full speed”.

You may not know the Nintendo European Research & Development (NERD) by name, but you’ll certainly be familiar with its work. Having created emulators for the NES and SNES Classic Editions, and downloadable Wii/DS games on the Wii, NERD recently helped out with Super Mario 3D All-Stars, too.

Including emulated versions of Super Mario 64, Sunshine, and Galaxy, many of you will know that 3D All-Stars is being delisted next week, but – though it admittedly flew under the radar at first – before that occurs, NERD has given us more details about how they got it running on Switch.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

“Optimisation tricks were needed to get the game to run at full speed”.

You may not know the Nintendo European Research & Development (NERD) by name, but you’ll certainly be familiar with its work. Having created emulators for the NES and SNES Classic Editions, and downloadable Wii/DS games on the Wii, NERD recently helped out with Super Mario 3D All-Stars, too.

Including emulated versions of Super Mario 64, Sunshine, and Galaxy, many of you will know that 3D All-Stars is being delisted next week, but – though it admittedly flew under the radar at first – before that occurs, NERD has given us more details about how they got it running on Switch.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

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