Top 10 Mario Games That Need To Be Remastered

Mario's original Game Boy outing isn't the longest or most challenging game, but it distilled the core essence of 2D Mario onto the granddaddy of handheld consoles in a way some people dreamed of.

Super Mario Land (GB)

Already available on the Switch as part of a Nintendo Switch Online subscription, Super Mario World is still the pinnacle of Mario in two dimensions.

Super Mario World (SNES)

We already have a remake of it called Super Mario 64 DS, and we can't think of a better treatment of this classic than to get a whole lot more polished and brushed-up in a new version on Switch.

Super Mario 64 (N64)

The incredible polish of many Nintendo games can give the impression that they were somehow born completely divine.

Super Mario Sunshine (GCN)

Love it or hate it, the 'new' branch of the Super Mario series defines 2D Mario for an entire generation of gamers, and even the least compelling entries contain nuggets of Nintendo's design genius.

New Super Mario Bros. (DS)

Mario's first foray into The Last Frontier was pretty surprising, and we've been itching to play it in HD for years.

Super Mario Galaxy (Wii)

We've already got a 'deluxe' version of the new Super Mario Bros. Wii U on Switch, and it would be nice to see its home console predecessor again on Switch, too.

New Super Mario Bros. Wii (Wii)

Super Mario Galaxy 2 recently celebrated its 10th anniversary, and we can think of no better way to celebrate than with the game coming to Switch.

Super Mario Galaxy 2 (Wii)

The first Mario game to set foot in both 2D and 3D realms (no, 2.5D doesn't really matter).

Super Mario 3D Land (3DS)