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

Super Mario 3D All-Stars was finally really removed from Nintendo eShop and from the physical market, so the Kyoto house had no second thoughts and continued with its idea of ​​making the game an exclusive Nintendo Switch available for a limited time, until to March 31, 2021.

For the occasion, we have published a new in-depth video on the subject, explaining how Mario is still alive and well, contrary to what the viral memes seemed to suggest in recent days, and what is the future of Super Mario 3D All-Stars and Super Mario Bros. 35 now that the 35th anniversary celebrations on Super Mario Bros. are officially over.

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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 sales channels ta standard.

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 as regards the physical versions that digital ones, 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 beyond 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 Nintendo Switch title 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.

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Super Mario 3D All-Stars is $50 at Walmart — this is the last day you can buy it

Nintendo has confirmed that today (March 31) is the last day you can purchase Super Mario 3D All-Stars on the Nintendo Switch before it's removed from sale. 


So if you’ve been eyeing up this collection of classic Mario platformers then you really need to pull the trigger now. The good news is that Super Mario 3D All-Stars for the Nintendo Switch is $50 at Walmart. That’s $10 off its usual $60 price tag, which isn’t bad for an item that will surely increase in value in the near future. 


Super Mario 3D All-Stars: was $60 now $50 @ Walmart This collection brings a trio of classic Mario platformers to the Nintendo Switch. It includes Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy. Each game has received some visual polish and tweaked controls as well. View Deal


Super Mario 3D All-Stars: was £50 now £40 @ Amazon Gamers in the UK can pick up Super Mario 3D All-Stars on the Nintendo Switch for £10 off at Amazon. This is one of the cheapest prices we've seen for the game, and is a great buy ahead of it being delisted on March 31. View Deal


In case you’ve not heard, Nintendo announced last year that Super Mario 3D All-Stars would be a limited run product. From tomorrow (April 1) it will be delisted from the digital Nintendo eShop and physical production of the game will cease as well. 


We assumed that shops would be able to sell through any remaining stock beyond the end of this month, however, VGC reports that Nintendo is planning to even pull physical stock from its Tokyo stores. The video game giant could pull a similar move worldwide, making the game basically impossible to find anywhere but on the resale market. 


It’s a great shame Nintendo is making this frankly rather baffling move as well because the collection is a great way to revisit some of the best 3D-platforming games ever made. It includes Switch ports of Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy, with updated visuals and tweaked controls to fit the handheld home console hybrid. 


If you’ve never played these games before, or are after a jolt of childhood nostalgia, then we can’t recommend Super Mario 3D All-Stars enough. Just Mario Galaxy alone is worth the price of admission. 


With the games time on store shelves rapidly coming to an end we suggest you take advantage of this deal now before you have to fork over double the amount in a few months once it's become a collector’s item. 


Hopefully, the limited-time nature of Super Mario 3D All-Star doesn’t become a regular trend for Nintendo games in the future, although considering the company never seems to follow the herd we won’t be surprised to see them do something equally abnormal with future releases. 


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