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Celebration games will not be available for purchase after March 2021: Nintendo explains why

Celebration games will not be available for purchase after March 2021: Nintendo explains why

The decision has now been made

If you are interested Super Mario 3D All-Stars, Stay there A few months Buy a copy of the collection. The game, in fact, It is no longer available for purchase From the beginning March 2021Physical copies will no longer be shipped to stores and the digital version will be removed from the Nintendo Switch eShop. The same treatment will be assigned Fire Symbol: Shadow Dragon & Plate of Light It is Super Mario Brothers35.

Duck Bowser, Chairman Nintendo of America, Talked about this business approach during an interview Polygon. When asked about The logic behind deleting gamesHe replied:

Duck Bowser

Yes, I think a simple word is enough: Celebration. This is the 35th anniversary of Mario. And we wanted to celebrate Unique and different ways, We did it with games like Super Mario 3D All-Stars, or we will do this with other games like Super Mario 3D World + Bowsers Fury in the future.

We also did this with products like Game & Watch: Super Mario Brothers or Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit. There were various ways to celebrate the 35th anniversary of Super Mario. Also, for some of these topics, we felt it It is advisable to release them for a period of time. They have gone a long way, Very good. Super Mario 3D All-Stars Sold 2.6 million copies Only on United States.

This is not a strategy we are going to use much, but it is a strategy we really thought would be Unique to the actual anniversary.

Bowser “At this point, The The decision was actually made “It” revolves around that aspect of the celebration.Can’t speak Going projects Beyond the end of March“.

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