Super Mario 3D All-Stars will be removed from the market later this month, Nintendo recalls

Super Mario 3D All-Stars will be removed from the market later this month, Nintendo recalls

Super Mario 3D All-Stars will be removed from the market later this month

Nintendo reminds that Super Mario 3D All-Stars will be removed from the market on March 31, 2021, so if you are interested in buying there are still a couple of weeks left to take advantage of, before the game becomes inaccessible, at least through the standard sales channels. br>
Although the initiative is not exactly shared universally, Nintendo intends to continue with its policy: Super Mario 3D All-Stars will therefore be removed from the sale, both in terms of physical and digital versions, starting from the end of March, obviously except for the remaining stocks in the warehouses.

The idea of ​​Nintendo has always been to consider this collection as a celebratory initiative for the 35 years of Super Mario Bros., without going in addition to the period linked to this event. Therefore, being a sort of special themed object, the Kyoto house intends to remove Super Mario 3D All-Stars and not make it available in the future, at least in this form of collection.

To remember the question , Nintendo has published a post on the official website dedicated to Mario in which the intention to remove the title for Nintendo Switch from the market is reiterated. Recall that this is a collection containing Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine and Super Mario Galaxy adapted for Nintendo Switch. To get to know him better, we refer you to the review of Super Mario 3D All-Stars.

Last chance to buy Super Mario 3D All-Stars in the latter part of the month

Nintendo Still Plans to Stop Selling Super Mario 3D All-Stars and More at the End of March - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 02 March 2021 / 1,915 Views

Nintendo has been celebrating the 35th anniversary of Mario for several months now. The company confirmed via Twitter it still plans to pull Mario products from store shelves and the Nintendo eShop at the end of the month that were part of the celebration. 

On March 31, Nintendo will no longer sell Super Mario 3D All-Stars, will remove Super Mario Bros. 35 from the Nintendo 3Shop, stop selling the Super Mario Game & Watch, and Super Mario Maker online services will be shut down. 

'The 'Super Mario Bros. 35th Anniversary' campaign will end at the end of March 2021,' reads a tweet from the official Japanese Nintendo account. 'With the end of the campaign, the production, sales and services of some products will also end. For more details, please visit here.'

If you want to purchase Super Mario 3D All-Stars or any other products that are part of the 35th anniversary you have until the end of the month to purchase them.

Thanks, NintendoLife.

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