Super Mario 64 DS is currently the oldest video game still available in most stores as of 2013.
An all-time great, now bigger and better than ever! Super Mario 64, the genre-defining Nintendo 64 classic, arrives on the Nintendo DS with all-new features that take full advantage of the new portable system's dual screens, touch screen and wireless multiplayer capability! Answering an invitation, Mario, Luigi and Wario set out for a royal party with Princess Peach. When they arrive at the castle, though, they find it strangely empty. Meanwhile, Yoshi awakes from a rooftop nap to find the castle eerily silent, with Mario, Luigi and Wario nowhere to be seen. Yoshi soon discovers that Bowser has pilfered the castle's Power Stars and imprisoned the Toads in the castle's immense collection of paintings. It's up to the dynamic dino to figure out what happened to Mario, Luigi and Wario and save the day. Originally, this game was Super Mario 64 x4, until the final game's title was announced in Fall 2004.
In Other Languages
|Korean||슈퍼 마리오 64 DS|
|November 21, 2004||U.S. version|
|December 2, 2004||Japanese version|
|March 11, 2005||PAL version|
|July 26, 2007||Korean version|
- http://www.nintendo.co.jp/ds/asmj (November 2004–present)
- Mario's World (http://mario.nintendo.com) (2004–March 2006)
- Nintendo: Mario 64 DS (http://www.nintendods.com/sm64ds) (2004–June 2009)
- http://www.nintendo.com/gamemini?gameid=bf6eff85-6d2e-47f5-aa88-842dd0998eaa (2004-2007)
- http://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/bf6eff85-6d2e-47f5-aa88-842dd0998eaa (2007-present)