Last week, Nintendo finally revealed its plans for the 35th anniversary celebrations for Super Mario including various games, merchandise, and more. In addition to a Nintendo Switch version of Super Mario 3D World with new content and features, Super Mario 3D All-Stars was revealed and it includes Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy (only the first game). The trailer for the collection showcases improvements and we finally have the confirmed resolution (via Game’s Talk)for all three games included in the collection. Watch the trailer for Super Mario 3D All-Stars below:

Super Mario 64 Nintendo Switch resolution

Super Mario 64 will run at 960 x 720 in both docked and handheld modes. It is going to be interesting to see if docked mode provides any benefit at all to this release. Either way, this is a big boost over the Nintendo 64 version. Super Mario 64 doesn’t have a widescreen mode as of this writing.

Super Mario Sunshine Nintendo Switch resolution

Unlike Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine (originally released on the GameCube) will run at 720p while handheld and 1080p when played docked. It also has widescreen support as shown in the trailer above.

Super Mario Galaxy Nintendo Switch resolution

Super Mario Galaxy debuted on the Wii and it runs at up to 1080p when docked and up to 720p when handheld. We will know the exact variance only once the game releases or until a technical analysis from the likes of Digital Foundry happens.

Super Mario 3D All-Stars releases on September 18 for Nintendo Switch in a limited release.