It’s been 20 years since the iconic red plumber Super Mario, bushy mustache and all, burst into 3D on the Nintendo 64.
Video games like Nintendo classic “Super Mario 64” are so deeply ingrained in the culture that it’s easy to forget how recently they were created.
Even crazier: All Mario games released before “Super Mario 64” were in two dimensions. Its predecessors are all on the Super Nintendo — games like “Super Mario World” and “Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island.” And that change meant more to the Mario series than you might imagine.
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