The beloved Super Mario games are set to return to the big screen with The Super Mario Bros. Movie, and Nintendo fans eagerly wait to see their favorite characters on the big screen once again. In anticipation of the film's release, a fan has taken it upon themselves to recreate one of the posters in the style of the beloved Super Mario 64.
The Super Mario games have been a cornerstone of video gaming since the title's initial release in 1985, and over the years, the games have become even more beloved. Since the success of the Nintendo Switch, the Mario franchise has gained even more acclaim, with titles like Super Mario Odyssey and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe being staples of the console. The trailers and promotional materials for The Super Mario Bros. Movie have already gained millions of views online.
Crafted by Instagram user Digimeng, the poster features the recognizable cast of Mario characters against a backdrop of familiar locations like Peach's Castle and Rainbow Road. Taking a classic 3D polygonal art style, Digimeng skillfully rendered the poster in the style of the legendary Super Mario 64. It was so well-received that the artist even announced plans to create a poster for Sonic the Hedgehog in the same style.
The Super Mario 64 art style still enjoys great popularity, with many modders even creating a version of Mario Kart 64 with an HD upgrade. It's clear that Super Mario 64 still holds a special place in the hearts of gamers, and it looks like The Super Mario Bros. Movie will be looking to capitalize on that nostalgia. With the movie only a few months away, fans won't have to wait much longer to see what the movie has in store.
The iconic art style of Super Mario 64 is set to triumphantly return in The Super Mario Bros. Movie, attracting fans of the classic game series and its many memorable characters. Whether it's through a faithful poster recreation or a subtle nod throughout the film itself, it looks like the movie will pay homage to Nintendo's timeless classic. With the movie's release fast approaching, it won't be long before fans can experience the Mario games like never before!