SAVE $10.05: The three-game Super Mario 3D All-Stars collection is on sale at Walmart for just $49.94 as of March 1. (That’s 17% off its $59.99 MSRP.)
Time’s a-ticking for Mario, Princess Peach, and company: Nintendo will stop selling both physical and digital copies of Super Mario 3D All-Stars at the end of the month. (It’s up for grabs through March 31, to be more specific.)
If you’re still thinking about grabbing a copy, don’t wait until the last minute — the three-part collection of iconic Super Mario titles from the mid-1990s and 2000s is currently on sale at Walmart for only $49.94. (Amazon was able to match that pricing at the time of writing, FWIW.) That works out to a little over $10 off its $59.99 MSRP, a discount it last received around Christmas.
Announced in September as a limited release to celebrate Super Mario’s 35th anniversary, All-Stars remasters a trio of all-time-great Mario titles for the Switch system: There’s Super Mario 64, the 1996 Nintendo 64 game that had everyone’s favorite mustachioed plumber exploring 3D worlds for the first time ever; Super Mario Sunshine, a tropical rescue mission-slash-cleanup operation that initially debuted on the GameCube back in 2002; and 2007’s Super Mario Galaxy, an interstellar adventure originally released for the Wii that pitted Mario against the whole Bowser family.
Though he had a few qualms about its lack of new content, Mashable senior games reporter Adam Rosenberg called All-Stars “a superb collection of gaming classics and a must-own for every Nintendo-loving Switch user” — you can read his official review here.
Don’t miss out: Smash the blue button below to grab Super Mario 3D All-Stars on sale while it’s still around.