Nintendo celebrated the “Super Mario Bros” 35th anniversary with a bang!
Mario has been the face of Nintendo for decades. There’s no 90’s kid who doesn’t know who Mario is; the powerful plumber has been part of our gaming life and still stirs up nostalgia inside our hearts.
Now, Nintendo is planning to drive us back to the memory lane. To celebrate its 35th anniversary, the company unveiled its iconic game Super Mario 3D All-Stars pack during an anniversary presentation.
Basically, it is a Super Mario games collection from all its previous consoles. It consists of Super Mario Sunshine from GameCube, Super Mario 64 from the Nintendo 64, and Super Mario Galaxy from the Wii. The pack will be available from September 18.
Obviously, Nintendo fans are beside themselves with excitement and can’t wait to enjoy these classic games’ return.
But with excitement, there is also a bit of confusion. This is because the game will be made available for a limited time. Not only will this, but the number of hard copies in the market also be limited.
In addition, this version will only be available on the Nintendo eShop until March 31, 2021. Later on, the game will vanish from the store and will be available to re-download.
Of course, there’s going to be plenty of ways and time to get our hands on the game. The way Nintendo is launching it seems a little weird, nevertheless!
This is not just us, but the fans are also feeling the same. They’re concerned that they will be made to pay through the nose after it runs short on the market.
We are still scratching our heads, figuring out the purpose behind Nintendo’s limited release. To be honest, it doesn’t really matter because fans will line up to buy these nostalgic games anyway.