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Video Discussion: Super Mario 3D world on the Wii U now in 4K

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Name: Super Mario 3D world on the Wii U now in 4K
Category: News and Entertainment
Date Added: 2017-02-08
Submitter: SIMPLYAUSTIN

Super Mario 3D world now blown up and running on 4K resolution in the Cemu EMualtor... SPOILER... it looks AWESOME!



Super Mario 3D world on the Wii U now in 4K

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