After months of speculation, Nintendo has finally revealed its hugely popular Super Mario 3D All-Stars set. And it’s an action packed game.
Nintendo is doing it big for the 35th anniversary of “Super Mario Bros.”
Now, Nintendo is bringing some of those memories back. To celebrate the Super Mario Bros. They revealed their new Super Mario 3D All-Stars pack on Sept. 3.
Nintendo has finally drawn the curtain on the Nintendo Switch’s Super Mario 3D set, which is now officially Super Mario 3D All-Stars game. This is a collection of Super Mario games from previous consoles. It contains Super Mario 64 from the Nintendo 64, Super Mario Sunshine from the GameCube, and Super Mario Galaxy from the Wii. The pack hits the Switch on September 18.
Needless to say, Nintendo fans are super excited about the return of these classic games.
It’s important to note that Nintendo is planning a very limited release of Super Mario 3D All-Stars. The game will see the game launch in major retail stores and the Nintendo Switch eShop on September 18, 2020 before it is removed from physical shelves. My default is March 31, 2021. This is a marketing method. Weird on Nintendo’s part, as there’s no sign of when the set will be available again – if any.
The move is sure to anger fans who want the game to remain available after nearly the six-month period, and he is right. But all consumers can do at this point is to ensure that they are not allowed to have their own version of Super Mario 3D All-Stars after March 31, 2021. After that, the game will disappear from the store and only be available to redownload.
Yes, there’s plenty of time and plenty of ways to get the game. But the way Nintendo is rolling this out is just… strange.
It’s still unclear what Nintendo’s purpose in limited the game is. But it doesn’t matter. People are going to still buy it anyway.
All we can do is hope it gets in the right hands.