Do you have a copy of Super Mario 3D All-Stars Crash? It’s because you’ve got a model switch

Super mario 3d all-stars Launches today, but, as is often the case in the video game world, some people quickly made it through thanks to retailers so they came out tomorrow. However, a lot of people Too Somewhat gained access to the title by Shadier, thanks to the fact that it leaked to the net a few days ago.

Because copies are already “out”, we are hearing reports that the collection suffers from an awful crash bug. It has been claimed that some people are using this bug as another stick to defeat Super Bug 3D All-Stars; Many have accused Nintendo of ‘lazy cash grab’ because the titles in the package are partly based on simulation rather than being built from the ground-up for the switch. The report that the title is also potentially unstable only gave these individuals more fuel for their fire.

However, we are now seeing that this particular bug only affects people who are running the game (retail or download from the web) on a modeled switch console, and that the bug exists in legitimate copies of the game running on an untitled switch No System:

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However, this is not a permanent thing; As is often the case, modders have already overcome the problem.

We quite like Super Mario 3D All-Stars, as you’ll know if you’ve already seen our review – and have seen our comparative video, which shows how the game was originally compared to the game I look so much better.