- Not to be confused with: "It's a me, Mario!" (JP) - Super Mario 64.
""It's a me, Mario!" (JP Version) - Super Mario 64" is a high quality rip of the JP version of "It's a me, Mario!" from Super Mario 64.
The part where Mario says, "a me, Mario!" is cut off, and replaced with the "Everyday Bro" from "It's Everyday Bro". After that has been said, the still image transitions into a clip of Nick Crompton from the music video for "It's Everyday Bro", where added to Nick is Mario's hat and mustache.
The "JP" in the "JP version" stands for "Jake Paul", not "Japanese", in this scenario.