Super Mario 3D All-Stars: The best deal on the Nintendo Switch’s newly-announced collection of Mario platforming classics

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It’s been long rumoured but we finally have confirmation that some of the most beloved Mario titles in history are coming to the Nintendo Switch. 

Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine and Super Mario Galaxy are being brought to Nintendo’s wildly popular home console/handheld hybrid in the form of Super Mario 3D All-Stars.


These three classic games will be spruced up to take advantage of the more powerful Switch hardware, offering improved graphical performance and full Joy-Con support. 

There will also be a music playlist mode which will allow you to listen to the soundtrack of each of the games at your own leisure - we'll be blasting the Delfino Plaza theme for months. 

Nintendo has also confirmed that this will be limited run release only available until 31st March 2021, so if you’re keen to relive your childhood playing these amazing platformers then you need to act fast.

We've searched the internet to bring you the best pre-order deals on Super Mario 3D All-Stars, so read on to find out where to grab your copy for the less. 


The best place to pre-order Super Mario 3D All-Stars

Amazon is selling copies of the collection for a bargain £49.99. 

The game has already shot up to the top of the best sellers list, reaching number one on the video game charts within just a few hours of its announcement. 

Make sure you lock in your pre-order as soon as possible before stock runs out, we've already got reports of retailers selling out of the game so don't miss your chance to play some classic Mario this winter. 



It's only available for a limited time

It was confirmed during the game’s announcement that Super Mario 3D All-Stars will only be available for a limited time to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the Mario franchise.


The collection will only be sold, both physically and digitally, until 31st March 2021. 

This means that physical copies may well become something of a collector’s item in the future so make sure you snap up your copy while you still can.

We've already seen retailers running out of stock, less than 24 hours after the game was announced, so if you're looking to play some classic 3D Mario games on your Switch make sure to act fast. 

Amazon still has stock, so don't delay, secure yours before it's gone for good.