Nintendeal has spotted a particularly great deal today. Super Mario 3D All-Stars is currently on sale for $49.95 at Amazon and Walmart, which is roughly $10 cheaper than the usual $59.99 retail price. Being a new(ish) first-party release from Nintendo, the game has not been easy to find on sale in any capacity, so $10 off is actually a big deal in this case.
Now is the perfect time to grab this Mario compilation too, since it has been updated with options for inverted controls and GameCube controller support. The update makes it much easier to play Super Mario Sunshine, and it offers some perks for playing the other two games in the collection, Super Mario 64 and Super Mario Galaxy, as well.
Super Mario 3D All-Stars (Switch) is $10 off / $49.95 lowest price ever
GameCube controller support was added recently pic.twitter.com/kxuVyBPK8w
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As Nintendo has infamously reiterated time and again, Super Mario 3D All-Stars will only be offered for sale physically and digitally through March 31, 2021, after which time the collection will cease to be shipped to retailers and removed from the Nintendo Switch eShop. Many speculate (albeit without evidence) that the three Mario titles will be sold individually some time after March 31. Hopefully this proves to be the case, because if Nintendo were to remove players’ ability to purchase these titles completely, nobody would come out of it a winner.
Be sure to grab Super Mario 3D All-Stars on sale at Amazon or Walmart — or just in general — while you can.