Super Mario 64 Shindou Edition is a Japanese re-release that could be primarily considered an “International Edition”, as it includes nearly all the changes to the international version and is translated back into English.
How does Super Mario 64 Shindou Edition differ from the original version?
The title screen features a new animated icon highlighting Rumble Pak support.
It’s actually the international release of the game, albeit translated into English. As a result, it doesn’t feature the glitches and bugs present in the original Japanese version.
It includes voice clips from the international release, which previously weren’t in the Japanese version.
The most notable difference is the inclusion of a title screen Easter egg. Pressing the Z-button fills the background with tiles that replicate Mario’s face multiple times.
Special Rumble Pak Edition Label is also included.
Note that you need a rumble pak to enjoy this edition.