Nintendo's Super Mario 3D All-Stars Pack excites fans at the same time

Nintendo's Super Mario 3D All-Stars Pack excites fans at the same time
For decades, Mario was not only the face of Nintendo, but the public face of the gaming era. Everyone knows who Mario is. The super-capable plumber has been in our lives across many Nintendo consoles for decades. It gave us so many memories.

Now, Nintendo is bringing back some of those memories. To celebrate the Super Mario Bros. On Thursday during the Nintendo Direct Show, they revealed their new Super Mario 3D All-Stars Pack.

This is a collection of Super Mario games from previous consoles. It contains Super Mario 64 from Nintendo 64, Super Mario Sunshine from GameCube, and Super Mario Galaxy from Wii. The package hits the key on September 18th.

Needless to say, Nintendo fans are extremely excited about the return of these classic games.

But they're also very, very confused. That's because while the games will be released on the 18th, they will also be available for a limited time only. The number of physical copies of the game will be limited in stock.

Moreover, the version available on the Nintendo eShop will only be available for purchase until March 31, 2021. After that, the game will disappear from the store and will be available for re-download only.

Yes, there is plenty of time and many ways to get into the game. But the way Nintendo puts this up is ... weird.

Fans had a lot to say about it. They are worried that it will be sold in the aftermarket.

It's still unclear what Nintendo is for in the limited game, but that doesn't matter. People will continue to buy it anyway.

All we can do is hope you are in the right hand.

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