If you were looking to catch up on some Super Mario Bros. 4 goodness, here are five games to check out if you’re looking for a little Mario Kart fun.
Super Mario Kart 8 The Nintendo Switch has the game on sale, but we haven’t played any of the new Mario Kart titles in the series.
If you’re feeling nostalgic and want a little extra Mario Kart, you can still grab Super Mario Run for the Nintendo Switch.
It’s a great game to play while watching a movie or something, and there’s a nice story mode for fans of the franchise.
Super Paper Mario Paper Mario is a bit of a cheat.
While the series’ most recent games, Super Mario Sunshine and Super Mario Odyssey, aren’t in the game’s roster, Super Paper Mac is.
It’ll also let you play the new Paper Mario RPG, but the game is actually an improved version of the Paper Mario: Sticker Star.
This means you can get the game to start earlier and get to the game sooner if you like.
Super Smash Bros. Melee The newest installment in the Super Smash Brothers series is in the Nintendo eShop right now, but it’s one of the most recent ones to launch on the Switch.
The gameplay is very similar to Super Mario 3D Land, but there are a few changes to it that give it a much better feel.
Mario Kart 7 There’s no shortage of Mario Kart games on the Wii U, and one of those is Super Mario Advance 4 Deluxe.
It doesn’t have a lot of depth to it, but Mario Kart 6 does have a ton of replay value.
You can play through it and unlock a few characters, and the level editor lets you upload new tracks and courses to the online servers for your friends to play against.
Super Street Fighter II Turbo: All-Star Edition The first of the Turbo series on the Nintendo Wii U was a lot more accessible than its sequel.
It was a more action-packed experience, and it was also released in Japan.
While it didn’t have any of Capcom’s original characters in it, it had a lot to offer.
We also recommend that you pick up Street Fighter Alpha 3 for a few more hours of classic fighting.