The Super Mario 3D All-Stars The collection is no longer for sale, and surely the prices of physical copies are starting to rise rapidly online.
Some scalps are now asking hundreds and even thousands of dollars for individual copies of Nintendo’s limited release on sites like eBay. Nintendo Switch subreddit user, TommyFrickster789, explains how the prices of new but actually used copies are already out of hand.
“I saw someone sell it for $ 10,000 dollars, and someone else sold it for $ 1,000, and another person sold it for $ 130 dollars.”
We saw for ourselves, and unfortunately everything is true. Some eBay sellers who have procured multiple copies ask for more than $ 100 per pop, while others ask for insane amounts of money that go far into the thousands.
Fortunately, there do not appear to be any bids for any of the more expensive ones, and there are still some far more sensible listings, closer to the suggested price list – there are still no good prospects for this game when the stock starts to run dry.
While a digital copy would normally be an option in this scenario, unfortunately Nintendo has obviously decided to bring this version of Super Mario 3D All-Stars as well. So if you have not already secured a copy of this three-in-one Mario game collection, we suggest you act fast and take what you can get (without breaking the bank).
Especially we saw same things with the limited release of the Sanrio amiibo cards last week. Are you at all surprised to see that the prices of Mario’s physical collection are rising? Did you secure a copy yourself? Tell us below.