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[Switch] Super Mario 3D All-Stars $40 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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Repeat of previous deal

  • Listen to timeless Super Mario tunes - Listen to a total of 175 iconic tunes from all three games. Whether you want to get up and dance or take a minute to relax - this collection has music to fit your mood
  • Discover (or rediscover) three of Mario's most iconic 3D platform adventures - all in one package, available on the Nintendo Switch system. Experience Mario's first foray into 3D platforming in the Super Mario 64 game, originally released in 1996. Wall jump, backflip, and even fly as you explore paintings and collect Power Stars to save Princess Peach
  • Soak up the sun in the Super Mario Sunshine game - originally released in 2002, and spray the goop away with your water-spouting pal, FLUDD. You'll need to collect Shine Sprites and clear the picturesque Isle Delfino of pollution just look out for Bowser Jr.
  • Defy gravity as you explore space in the Super Mario Galaxy game - originally released in 2007 Help Rosalina restore her ship by collecting Power Stars and save Princess Peach
  • Even when you aren't playing, you can enjoy the sounds that these worlds (and galaxies!) are so famous for - With three games, modern upgrades, and music-player mode, this collection is filled with fun for both new players and 3D platforming Mario masters

Note: Super Mario 3D All-Stars has been discontinued and removed from the Nintendo eShop, so only physical copies are available now.

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  • +2

    I don't understand why they discontinued this product, like what's the reasoning?
    People will just move to emulators

    • +28

      Just Nintendo creating an artificial shortage to drive up demands.

    • Yeah I thought it was discontinued

    • +3

      I think the reasoning for discontinuing this one was due to them announcing the N64 games subscription last week (which included SM64)

      • +3

        It was already discontinued 31/03/21.

        This is just excess stock as the last print run was received before then.

    • +1

      I think the official reasoning was that it was a limited release to celebrate Mario's 35th anniversary

  • Itsa me.. Mario

    • I guess Chris Pratt is now the face of Mario… What a world we live in

      • He's just the voice right?
        I guess the face of Mario still belongs to Bob Hoskins

        • With the power of memes, Bowser is singing in front of a bunch of 8 year Olds.

        • Ron Jeremy, surely?

          • @apiecost: Ron's done a few "plumbing" jobs in his life too

  • I have pre-ordered Nintendo OLED switch for my 9 year old kid through Kogan. I have very limited knowledge for video games. So should I buy this game ? is it a good buy?

    • +13

      These are three very fantastic and defining platformers. Your 9 year old will have a blast!

      • Thank you for your suggestion.can i check what does this mean? will this game still works on Nintendo OLED switch?

        Note: Super Mario 3D All-Stars has been discontinued and removed from the Nintendo eShop, so only physical copies are available now.

        • +3

          They've stopped selling this as it was a limited time release of previous games so you can't buy it on the digital eShop. You can only buy physical copies such as this deal. Yes it works on the OLED Switch.

        • +3

          Every Nintendo switch game is compatible with the Nintendo switch OLED model, so don't worry about if they will work or not

    • They are rereleases of old games mostly for nostalgia.

    • +3

      Personally I would not buy this for a 9 year old, the target audience are people who played the originals 10-20 years ago.

    • +2

      In my opinion, other than for nostalgia these games haven’t aged well. My 9yo didn’t care for them. He loves Mariokart, Mario Odyssey, Zelda Breath of the Wild, and Splatoon.

      • Yep, same here. Kids haven't touched this game. Good for me though, lives in my switch lite. Shame cos Galaxy is a really good game.

        • Galaxy makes me dizzy, maybe im just too old now.

      • I would argue that Galaxy has held up well. SM64 is pure nostalgia for me and I loved playing through it again. On the flip-side, I didn't have the rose-tinted glasses for Sunshine (as I had never played it before) and it was rage-inducing.

        • +1

          It was rage inducing when it came out. The amount of times I fell into the sludge in the water level because I misjudged where my backpack was hovering. Still a great game though.

          • +1

            @Moventura: Ok well glad to hear I had an authentic experience XD

    • +2

      I would recommend Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury.

    • +1

      Games that my kids have spent the most time with, in order of appearance:-

      Lego City Undercover - 100s of hours. The fact that you can do split screen multiplayer is a lifesaver, they can both play at the same time

      New Super Mario Brothers U - At least a hundred hours - likewise, the multiplayer is a crowd pleaser, even though the questionable mechanics for multiplayer mean you end up inadvertently griefing each other most of the time

      Minecraft

      Mario Kart 8 - mainly because of the multiplayer - actually I think the franchise is starting to look a little tired

      Ninjala -

      Burnout Paradise - I played it to death on PC so I dont care for it much but the kids are not as over it as I am I guess

  • +10

    Turns out when Nintendo say a release is ‘limited’ what they mean is it’s ‘limited’ to the number they can sell.

  • Are they price matching somewhere?

  • Bought this from Target a month ago for the same price and the case came with no cartridge and got a refund thankfully.

    Perfect timing for Amazon!

  • I see there are lots of other Mario games available on amazon. Its quite confusing. so how do you know which is good one? why only this game ?

    • Mario odyssey, super Mario world 3d/ Bowser's fury are better than this.

    • +9

      In short:
      - Mario Odyssey: latest 3D Mario game
      - Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury: previous gen Mario game plus the addition of a new short Mario game
      - Mario 3D All-Stars: Collection of three 3D Mario games from 1996-2007
      - New Super Mario Bros. U: 2D Mario game
      - Super Mario Maker 2: 2D Mario where you build and play other people's custom levels
      - Mario Kart 8 Deluxe: Kart racing Mario spin-off
      - Mario Party: Board game Mario spin-off
      - Paper Mario: A RPG turn based Mario spin-off

      Which one you'll find enjoyable is up to you. But if you've never played any, I would recommend Odyssey and Mario Kart 8.

      • Thanks mate for the info

  • I bought it, played it for an hour and sold it again, I didn't enjoy the way it played.

    • Did you at least redeem the gold coins before you sold it?

  • Good one

  • -1

    Super Mario 64 is being added to the NSO service so you can play for "free".

    • +5

      Not really "free" when they are planning to increase the price for NSO/pay an additional fee for the upgrade.

      • That's why free is in quotation marks. Wasn't aware they were jacking up the price.

      • Ah yes, just like it's free to watch <insert movie> when you pay for a streaming subscription

  • how much nintendo subscription costs? should I buy the subscription and not this game deal?

    • +1

      It's $30 a year for the current subscription, but they're planning on adding another tier if you want to play the N64 and SEGA Mega Drive games. We don't know how much more it's going to cost at this time.

      Super Mario 3D All-Stars also includes Super Mario Sunshine and Super Mario Galaxy which aren't available with Nintendo Switch Online.

      • +1

        And that's the rub with subscriptions, always trying to get an extra couple of bucks

  • My kid has never played much video games. So far he has only played Real steel and car game on ps3 box. I have ordered Nintendo switch OLED for Oct delivery. So I think $30 yearly subscription will allow him to play lots of games rather buying this game deal for $40

    • Note: the majority of the games available on 'Nintendo Switch Online' are retro games (ie. games from NES, SNES, etc).

    • Check out https://www.dekudeals.com/

      You can get heaps of games for up to $15 each (from the Nintendo eshop), some as low as a couple of dollars each. They tend to be discounted about 50-75% when on sale.

      You can see their ratings too, they're often pretty good games, just not the big names like Mario as they're barely reduced and it's pretty rare. If there was a particular game you wanted it has the price history too, so you can see how much it goes on sale for and put it on your wishlist so they email you when it's on sale.

      You'd probably need a micro sd card if you're going to get more than a few.

  • Wow that was fast

  • Shows up as $68 for me, is there a coupon i'm missing???

    • Deal expired 2 hours ago.

      • Ahh well. Thanks!