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Who could forget ‘Super Mario Sunshine?’
By Dylan HaasMashable Shopping2020-09-03 21:11:48 UTC
TL;DR: Super Mario 3D All-Stars is officially out on September 18 — it’s a limited run, so pre-order your copy as soon as you can. Nintendo eShop | Best Buy | GameStop | Walmart |
Amazon | Target
It’s a pretty good day for those who appreciate a bit of nostalgia — Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 will be hitting shelves (physically and digitally) tomorrow, and now another massive surprise announcement is upon us: On September 18, Super Mario 3D All-Stars is coming to the Nintendo Switch.
In 3D All-Stars, Switch owners will get to re-experience Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy (including a cooperative mode when using detached Joy-Con controllers) in their ported, high-resolution, optimized glory. Those who pick up a copy will also get to enjoy the collection’s music player mode, which contains a total of 175 tunes from each of the three games.
If you’re interested, you should probably secure your pre-order as soon as possible — Nintendo has stated that there will only be a limited quantity of the game’s physical version, and the digital version will only be available for purchase until the end of March 2021 (after that, nobody is sure where it’s heading off to). Check out where you can call dibs on your copy below.
Super Mario 3D All-Stars — $59.99
Nintendo eShop | Best Buy | GameStop
Walmart | Amazon | Target
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