Super Mario Collection Coming to Wii in Japan to Celebrate Mario's 25th Anniversary

By Xav de Matos, Sep 13, 2010 10:15am PDT In case you didn't know, everyone's favorite Princess-saving plumber is celebrating his 25th Anniversary this year. For gamers in Japan, Nintendo is offering a special bundle of Mario's classic adventures for the Nintendo Wii.

Revealed today, the Super Mario Collection Special Pack is a port of the SNES release Super Mario All-Stars, which includes Super Mario Bros., Japan's Super Mario sequel (The Lost Levels), Super Mario Bros. 3, and America's Super Mario Bros. 2 [via ExtraGuy].

The bundle is also set to feature a booklet outlining the history of the franchise and a soundtrack CD with music from the series when it launches on October 21 in Japan for ¥2,500 ($30).

Shacknews has contacted Nintendo for information regarding a possible North American release. It would make sense. He's kind of popular on this side of the pond too, you know.

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