The Stanley Parable Switch Port is changing the Panda Painting in order to make Mario hold a gun

The Stanley Parable Switch Port is changing the Panda Painting in order to make Mario hold a gun ...

Crows Crows went above and beyond for The Stanley Parable on Nintendo Switch, adding an in-game achievement system to stifle achievement hunters in an authentic, true-to-the-original way. It also pokes fun at the console it''s on.

There are small tweaks, like moments when the narrator reveals on what platform you''re on, saying "PlayStation" or "Switch." However, there are also little easter eggs like a panda with a rifle pointed at its head in the boss'' office. Normally, it''s just that, and you probably never noticed, but the hand holding the gun is subtly swapped out with Mario''s, a big white glove, and all.

It''s clear that Mario has the red sleeve of his shirt, and it comes to people''s attention after a Tumblr post claimed to have found this little secret, asking, "Is this real?"

In the other versions, the guy who uses the pistol is a generic businessman. Or it might be Mario in one of his many Odyssey costumes, but for legal reasons, it''s just a generic businessman. It''s only Mario - or at least, Mario-like - in the Switch version. I''m sure the narrator can find a path out of this legal flaw.

Many others have joined up with the game on Switch and other platforms, seeking to find any other possible little differences and easter eggs. Maybe there''s a certain reference somewhere on the PlayStation port, or maybe there isn''t. Perhaps the only reference and change is Mario pointing a pistol at a panda.

Stanley Parable''s senseless quest for more certainly interests him anywhere, whether or not. However, if you want to discover more, you can always boot up the game and run it side-by-side with another device, while checking every detail. Just know there''s no benefit.