Super Mario 3D All-Stars sales climb above 9 million
You might still be able to snag a copy!
When Nintendo first announced their sales plans for Super Mario 3D All-Stars, fans weren’t happy. Nintendo revealed that they’d be selling the game for a set amount of time, and then the collection would disappear. If you wanted to pick up this compilation, you had to jump on it rather quickly.
Nintendo officially stopped selling Super Mario 3D All-Stars on March 31st, 2022, and at that time we learned that the package sold 9.01 million units around the world. While you’d think the total would sit at that tally from there on out, there’s actually been a slight update to total sales since.
The Computer Entertainment Supplier’s Association has released their latest White Book publication, which gives an update on sales figures for a number of games. The latest release includes an update on Super Mario 3D All-Stars, and it shows total sales now sitting at 9.07 million worldwide. That would mean there’s been roughly 60k units sold since we last heard an official count from Nintendo.
What does this all mean, you ask? It seems that Nintendo’s last shipment of Super Mario 3D All-Stars made it out to retailers around the world, and roughly 60k copies have sold through retail locations in the last 5+ months. That means there could very well be a few more units waiting in stores right now, so if you haven’t picked up a copy just yet, you’re not completely out of luck. They’ll definitely be hard to find, but you might be able to track one down!