I’m glad to say that we’ve got a super-sized Mario 64 for you.

Nintendo’s Super Mario64 demo at E3 2016 was a big deal.

In addition to showcasing new features such as a more interactive version of the classic game, the company showed off some new game mechanics as well.

Here are some of the highlights of the demo.

First, you control Luigi, who’s an all-new character in the game.

“Super Mario 64” takes place in an open world with many different characters, including Donkey Kong, Bowser, and a number of other classic characters.

“Mario 64” uses the classic physics-based gameplay, with each level offering new challenges.

Each character has a different type of jump ability, which you must use to avoid falling off of the ground.

The new Super Mario-themed jump mechanic was especially fun, though it’s also a bit frustrating because it’s a bit difficult to keep up with Luigi.

However, it’s still fun to watch the demo and get a sense of what Super Mario will look like in the final game.

If you want a new Mario game to play, you can pick up Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance for Wii U. If your kids aren’t interested in Super Mario, you might want to pick up the next-gen versions of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Mario Kart 9, and Mario Tennis Open for Wii.

If Super Mario is your jam, you’ll want to keep playing.

If Mario is just your thing, you may want to check out some of Nintendo’s other games, such as Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

Super Mario Odyssey is the last of the Mario titles on Nintendo’s next-generation consoles, and Nintendo is still working on bringing Mario back to the Nintendo Switch and Wii U, but the company is also planning a new entry in the series that’s expected in 2020.

Check out our Nintendo Switch 2017 review for more info on how to get the most out of your Switch.