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are selling of Mario 3D All-Stars for up to

Thanks, eBay.

The “limited release” of 3D All-Stars has already seen chancing their luck on auction sites, with copies of the £50/$ 60 game selling for as much as /$ 265.

As Tom reported at the time, Nintendo lifted the lid on its celebrations for Bros.’ 35th anniversary a few days back via a Nintendo Direct broadcast. Headlining the announcements was the re-release of ’s three 3D platforming classics: 64, Sunshine and Galaxy. The 3D All-Stars collection will arrive on 18th September, but will be removed from sale at the end of next March.

A screenshot of auctions on eBay UK on 6 September.

If you heard that news at the time and worried that would take advantage of the situation, you’re sadly correct. As reported by our friends at Nintendo Life, the “limited release” has already seen flood the market, with the retail recommended price of £50/$ 60 more than doubled on many listings, even though the game isn’t out until 18th September.

Speaking of collections, the original All-Stars pack, released back on the SNES, is now available to play via Nintendo Switch Online. Online subscribers will find it in their catalogue now, allowing them to once again play Bros., Bros.: The Lost Levels, Bros. 2 and Bros. 3.

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