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Submitted by nintendufus 131d ago | interview

Interview -- Developer of the Super Mario 64 remake

Twitch user Aryoksini is remaking the classic Super Mario 64 with updated graphics (and maybe more) using the Blender engine. Gamer Headlines took him aside to ask about his progress, why he's remaking a game that's already been remade, and what's next for the fledgling developer. (Blender 3D, Culture, Dev, Nintendo, Nintendo DS, PC, Retro, Super Mario 64)

yewles1  +   132d ago
Anyone want to place bets on how long this lasts?
GentlemenRUs  +   131d ago
I give it a month.
logan_izer10  +   131d ago
Very cool though. Makes me wish he worked for Nintendo.
CandyFace  +   131d ago
It's a lot of work for only one guy but yeah everything is possible with the right amount of dedication and time.

Depending on what kind of person he is, he might or might not lose interest in the project. I personally hope he will finish or somewhat finish it.

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