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Super Mario Fans Have One Final Chance at All-Stars

To meet popular demand, Nintendo is re-shipping Super Mario All-Stars on the Wii with a street date of March 13.
To meet popular demand, Nintendo is re-shipping Super Mario All-Stars on the Wii with a street date of March 13.
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The special 25th Anniversary release of Super Mario All-Stars for the Nintendo Wii is making it's final curtain call.

The limited edition release quickly sold out after it's North American release on December 12, climbing well above it's $29.99 retail price on eBay and Amazon as collectors scrambled.

A reported final shipment to retailers will hit store shelves on Sunday, March 13.

Super Mario All-Stars is a re-release of a 1994 compliation cartridge for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, containing graphically updated versions of the original Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 2, Super Mario Bros. 3, and the then-North American debut of Super Mario Bros: The Lost Levels, which was the original SMB sequel from Japan.

The Wii port of this title also includes a 32-page book of Mario's history and an audio CD.

In limited release, the Wii version of Super Mario Bros. All-Stars sold nearly 2 million copies worldwide, forcing this additional shipment to help meet popular demand.

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