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A reissue (often informally referred to as a remake) is a term that refers to any newer version of a previously released video game. There are five main categories of reissues: remakes, ports, enhanced ports, re-releases, and retools.

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Remakes[edit]

A remake is a game released usually long after the original game, on a new system, with updated graphics to fit with the new engine capacities, and additions brought to plot and gameplay (all these conditions may not be met in every case). They generally have a new name.

Kaettekita Mario Bros.[edit]

Kaettekita Mario Bros. (Famicom Disk System, 1988) is a remake of Mario Bros. (Arcade, 1983).

Super Mario Bros. Deluxe[edit]

Super Mario Bros. Deluxe (GBC, 1999) is a remake of Super Mario Bros. (Famicom, 1985) and Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels (FDS, 1986).

Super Mario 64 DS[edit]

Super Mario 64 DS (DS, 2004) is a remake of Super Mario 64 (N64, 1996).

Diddy Kong Racing DS[edit]

Diddy Kong Racing DS (DS, 2007) is a remake of Diddy Kong Racing (N64, 1997).

Ports[edit]

A port is a game released on a different platform than the original game, with some minor changes such as new controls or new graphics to fit the new system. Compilations are considered as ports since they're globally compilations of ports. Usually, they are very close to the original game and share the same name. A game released on the NES after its original release on Famicom is not a port, since the two consoles are considered identical.

Arcade ports[edit]

Others ports[edit]

Mario Bros.[edit]

Mario Bros. (Arcade, 1983) has been ported to:

A port of the game is included in Super Mario Bros. 3 (Famicom, 1988) as a 2-player minigame, as well as in the four Super Mario Advance games (GBA, 2001 to 2003), and in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga (GBA, 2003).

Super Mario All-Stars[edit]

Super Mario All-Stars (Super Famicom, 1993) is a compilation of ports of Super Mario Bros. (Famicom, 1985), Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels (FDS, 1986), Super Mario Bros. 2 (NES, 1988), and Super Mario Bros. 3 (Famicom, 1988).

Super Mario All-Stars + Super Mario World[edit]

Super Mario All-Stars + Super Mario World (SNES, 1994) is a compilation of ports of Super Mario All-Stars (Super Famicom, 1993) and Super Mario World (Super Famicom, 1990).

Wario Land II[edit]

Wario Land II (GBC, 1998) is a port of Wario Land II (GB, 1998).

Donkey Kong GB: Dinky Kong & Dixie Kong[edit]

Donkey Kong GB: Dinky Kong & Dixie Kong (GBC, 2000) is a Japanese port of Donkey Kong Land III (GB, 1997), which was never released in Japan.

Donkey Kong Country (Game Boy Color)[edit]

Donkey Kong Country (GBC, 2000) is a port of Donkey Kong Country (SNES, 1994).

Super Mario Advance[edit]

Super Mario Advance (GBA, 2001), is a compilation of ports of Super Mario Bros. 2 (NES, 1988) and Mario Bros. (Arcade, 1983).

Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2[edit]

Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2 (GBA, 2001), is a compilation of ports of Super Mario World (Super Famicom, 1990 and Mario Bros. (Arcade, 1983).

Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3[edit]

Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3 (GBA, 2002), is a compilation of ports of Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island (Super Famicom, 1995) and Mario Bros. (Arcade, 1983).

Donkey Kong Country (Game Boy Advance)[edit]

Donkey Kong Country (GBA, 2003) is a port of Donkey Kong Country (SNES, 1994).

Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3[edit]

Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3 (GBA, 2003) is a compilation of ports of Super Mario Bros. 3 (Famicom, 1988) and Mario Bros. (Arcade, 1983).

Donkey Kong Country 2[edit]

Donkey Kong Country 2 (GBA, 2004) is a port of Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest (SNES, 1995).

Donkey Kong Country 3[edit]

Donkey Kong Country 3 (GBA, 2005) is a port of Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! (SNES, 1996).

Super Mario All-Stars Limited Edition[edit]

Super Mario All-Stars Limited Edition (Wii, 2010) is a port of Super Mario All-Stars (Super Famicom, 1993).

Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D[edit]

Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D (3DS, 2013) is a port of Donkey Kong Country Returns (Wii, 2010).

Virtual Console[edit]

Main article: Virtual Console

Every Mario game (not counting the WiiWare games) released on the Virtual Console is a port of an original game. The complete list of titles can be found here. Nintendo try to keep the ports close to the original games, but sometimes the games have been edited. The complete list of changes can be found here.

Enhanced ports[edit]

An enhanced port is a game released on a new platform than the original game, bringing more changes than a port, but less than a remake. It is released in the same period than the original game, unlike a remake.

Vs. Super Mario Bros.[edit]

Vs. Super Mario Bros. (Arcade, 1986) is an enhanced port of Super Mario Bros. (Famicom, 1985).

Super Mario Bros. Special[edit]

Super Mario Bros. Special (NEC PC-8801 and Sharp X1, 1986) is an enhanced port of Super Mario Bros. (Famicom, 1985).

New Play Control! Mario Power Tennis[edit]

New Play Control! Mario Power Tennis (Wii, 2009) is an enhanced port of Mario Power Tennis (GCN, 2004).

New Play Control! Donkey Kong Jungle Beat[edit]

New Play Control! Donkey Kong Jungle Beat (Wii, 2008) is an enhanced port of Donkey Kong Jungle Beat (GCN, 2004).

Re-releases[edit]

A re-release is a game released on the same platform than the original game, with only superficial or inconsequential changes. The name may be different than the original game.

Mario's FUNdamentals[edit]

Mario's FUNdamentals (MS-DOS, 1998) is a re-release of Mario's Game Gallery (MS-DOS, 1995). The only differences are the name and the cover.

Retools[edit]

A retool, also called a sprite-swapped game, is a game made after applying a graphical overhaul on a previously released game, with or without minor gameplay differences as well. It's generally released on the same platform than the original game.

All Night Nippon Super Mario Bros.[edit]

All Night Nippon Super Mario Bros. (FDS, 1986) is a retool of Super Mario Bros. (NES, 1985) released only in Japan that overhauls many of the sprites of the game to resemble Japanese celebrities and logos of Japanese radio stations.

Super Mario Bros. 2[edit]

Super Mario Bros. 2 (NES, 1988) is a retool of Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic (FDS, 1987) that replaces the Fuji TV mascots featured in the game with Mario, Luigi, Peach and Toad, as well as replacing other sprites and retooling the mechanices to cater to a Western audience.

Tetris Attack[edit]

Tetris Attack (SNES, 1996) is a retool of Panel de Pon SFC, 1995) that replaces the characters, including the main character Lip, with Yoshi characters and enemies for the Western release. Aside from the graphical retool, the game plays almost exactly like its Japanese counterpart.

Others[edit]

Mario is Missing![edit]

Mario is Missing! (1992) is a MS-DOS game later ported to the NES and the SNES in 1993. These ports downgrade the game to fit the capabilities of each of the consoles, such as graphical quality and removal and addition of locations and features.

Mario's Time Machine[edit]

Mario's Time Machine (1993) is a MS-DOS game later ported to the NES in that same year and the SNES in 1996. These ports downgrade the game to fit the capabilities of each of the consoles, such as graphical quality and removal and addition of locations and features.

Donkey Kong[edit]

Donkey Kong (1981) is an arcade game later ported to the NES in 1983, the Famicom Disk System in 1988, and the Game Boy Advance in 2004. These ports downgrade the game to fit the capabilities of each of the consoles, such as graphical quality and removal of stages.

Dr. Mario (game)[edit]

Dr. Mario (1990) is a NES game later ported to the Game Boy in the same year and the Game Boy Advance in 2004). The Game Boy version downgrades the graphical quality of the game, but is otherwise identical to the original. The Game Boy Advance version, however, is closer to the original NES game.

Nintendo PlayChoice-10[edit]

Nintendo PlayChoice-10 is an arcade machine consisting of ten NES of which seven games were from the Mario series: Dr. Mario, Golf, Mario Bros., Mario Open Golf, Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 2, and Super Mario Bros. 3.

Nintendo Power service[edit]

The Nintendo Power service was a service released only in Japan that ran from 1997 to 2007, which allowed players to download specific Super Famicom games to a special cartridge. At a later date, Game Boy games became available. A total of twenty-nine games from the Mario series were released for the service, with some of these including Super Mario World, Super Mario All-Stars, Super Mario Land and "Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3."

Super Smash Bros. Brawl masterpieces[edit]

The Super Smash Bros. Brawl Masterpieces mode is a mode mode where the player can play restricted demo versions of fourteen Nintendo games, of which four games are from the Mario series: Super Mario Bros., Donkey Kong, Super Mario World, Super Mario Bros. 2.

Dr. Wario[edit]

Dr. Wario is a WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$! minigame based on Dr. Mario.

Fly Swatter[edit]

Fly Swatter is a WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$! minigame based on Gnat Attack.

Sheriff[edit]

Sheriff is a WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$!' 'minigame based on Sheriff.

Bird & Beans[edit]

Bird & Beans is a remake of the WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$! minigames Pyoro and Pyoro 2.

Golf[edit]

Golf is a reissue of [[

Donkey Kong Classics[edit]

Donkey Kong Classics is a reissue of [[

Donkey Kong Jr. (game)[edit]

Donkey Kong Jr. (game) is a reissue of [[

Donkey Kong Jr. + Jr. Math Lesson[edit]

Donkey Kong Jr. + Jr. Math Lesson is a reissue of [[

Donkey Kong 3 (see 1983 and 1984)[edit]

Donkey Kong 3 (see 1983 and 1984) is a reissue of [[

Mario Bros. Special[edit]

Mario Bros. Special is a reissue of [[

Wrecking Crew[edit]

Wrecking Crew is a reissue of [[

Nintendo Vs. System[edit]

Nintendo Vs. System

Super Mario World (arcade)[edit]

Super Mario World (arcade) is a reissue of [[

Yoshi no Cookie: Kuruppon Oven de Cookie[edit]

Yoshi no Cookie: Kuruppon Oven de Cookie is a Japan-exclusive reissue of Yoshi Cookie. In this version, an additional mode includes Yoshi navigating the island.

Tetris & Dr. Mario[edit]

Tetris & Dr. Mario is a reissue of [[

Dr. Mario & Puzzle League[edit]

Dr. Mario & Puzzle League is a reissue of [[

Donkey Kong (Game Boy)[edit]

Donkey Kong (Game Boy) is a reissue of [[

Excitebike: Bun Bun Mario Battle Stadium[edit]

Excitebike: Bun Bun Mario Battle Stadium (Satellaview,1997) is a reissue of Excitebike, released in 1985 for the Nintendo Entertainment System with updated graphics and Mario characters instead of the generic racers found in the original.

Mario Artist: Paint Studio[edit]

Mario Artist: Paint Studio is a reissue of [[

Classic NES Series[edit]

Classic NES Series is a

Dr. Mario Online Rx[edit]

Dr. Mario Online Rx is a reissue of [[

Wi-Fi Taiou Yakuman DS[edit]

Wi-Fi Taiou Yakuman DS is a re-release of Yakuman DS which features a new online mode.

Yoshi (game)[edit]

Yoshi (game) is a reissue of [[

Donkey Kong/Donkey Kong Jr./Mario Bros.[edit]

Donkey Kong/Donkey Kong Jr./Mario Bros. is a reissue of [[ [add this info in the three games sections as well]

2-in-1 Super Mario Bros./Duck Hunt[edit]

2-in-1 Super Mario Bros./Duck Hunt is a reissue of [[

Super Mario Bros./Tetris/Nintendo World Cup[edit]

Super Mario Bros./Tetris/Nintendo World Cup is a reissue of [[

3-in-1 Super Mario Bros./Duck Hunt/World Class Track Meet[edit]

3-in-1 Super Mario Bros./Duck Hunt/World Class Track Meet is a reissue of [[

Nintendo World Championships 1990[edit]

Nintendo World Championships 1990 is a reissue of [[

Super Mario Bros.[edit]

Super Mario Bros. is a reissue of [[

Player's Choice[edit]

Player's Choice is a reissue of [[

Nintendo Selects[edit]

Nintendo Selects is a reissue of [[

Wario's Woods[edit]

Wario's Woods is a reissue of [[