We’re nearing the end of March which means Super Mario 3D All-Stars will soon be leaving the eShop and won’t have any physical prints once current stocks drop, resulting in many fans not being pleased with the usually beloved Nintendo, as the company’s decision to make this a big limited release in both physical and digital media continues to confuse players.
There are rumors that Nintendo has plans to release Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Galaxy separately sometime after Mario 3D All-Stars is removed from stores but it’s still an annoying decision from the company and the fact that Nintendo is actually reminding Switch owners that this collection will be gone soon is more salt to that still open wound.
How To Get Super Mario 3D All-Stars After March 31
You won’t be able to get Super Mario 3D All-Stars on the eShop after March 31 but there are, thankfully, other ways to get a digital copy of the acclaimed collection.
Nintendo might remove it from the eShop but retailers that sell digital codes could still have online copies of Super Mario 3D All-Stars according to VGC.
Obviously, these will soon be limited but if you’re saving up and miss the March 31st date, this is an option you can take.
Retail stores should still have physical copies of Super Mario 3D All-Stars if they haven’t run out yet so try to check them before the inevitable inflation of prices from second-hand sellers.
It would be nice if these second-hand sellers would actually sell 3D All-Stars cheaper after March 31 but we don’t live in a perfect world and people want easy money.
Super Mario 3D All-Stars is available now on the Nintendo Switch until March 31.