According to Nintendo, "nearly all retail locations were out of stock within days" after the collection launched on December 12. Many big retailers, including as Amazon and GameStop, are currently accepting orders in anticipation of the final shipment. If you don't want to miss out on it altogether, you might fancy putting an order in.
The $29.99 collection, released to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Super Mario Bros., packs Super Mario Bros., Japan's Super Mario sequel (The Lost Levels), Super Mario Bros. 3, and America's Super Mario Bros. 2 into a fancy box along with a soundtrack CD and Mario history booklet. Have a gander at all the games in the trailer below:
Repackaged Snes rom from 1993 for $30. This should've been a huge Mario bundle spanning 25 years of revolutionary platforming instead of a cash grab.... But hey, Nintendo is famous for repackaging and reselling its brand, and people love it.
I'll stick with my original Snes cart thou. Thanks
Now that my Snes is broken, I keep trying to get my cart in.......the.....Wii........!!! It just won't GO!
J/K I actually agree, this could have been so much more, but it is still cool for $30