World news – Get Super Mario 3D All-Stars on Nintendo Switch before it’s over forever

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Nintendo will no longer sell this limited edition game after March 31st. Get it for $ 56 while you still can.

As a rule, buying games at full price is a bad idea – sales are all but inevitable, so six months later you can even get AAA You can get games for pennies on the dollar. Hell, publishers sometimes just give away older games for free. But here is an exception to the rule. If you want Super Mario 3D All-Stars you should get it soon because it will go away forever. Right now, you can get Super Mario 3D All-Stars for $ 56 by using the promo code GSMARIO at checkout. It’s only a $ 4 saving, but that’s not the point. If you can even get this game in the future, the price will likely go up because Nintendo discontinued it.

So here is the deal. In September, Nintendo released Super Mario 3D All-Stars as part of its 35th anniversary Super Mario event. It includes specially reworked versions of three all-time classics: Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy. Nintendo only intended to produce the game for six months, and that time has now passed. The game will disappear from Nintendo eShop on March 31st.

The game will continue to play after the kill date, but this may be your last chance to buy it, at least near list price.

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