If you want to play Super Mario 64 in this day and age, you have options. You can boot up your Nintendo 64, hunt down a copy of Super Mario 64 DS, or play the emulated version on Super Mario 3D All-Stars. Or, if you’re savvy like modder Darío, you can purchase an RTX 3090 and add ray tracing to the game. Super Mario 64 with ray tracing is a mix of polygonal textures and modern lighting effects Have a look at Darío’s modification to Super Mario 64 below, which showcases Wet-Dry World: I didn’t think I would dig textures […]
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