Today’s Dealmaster is headlined by more of a PSA than an outright deal: if you’re a Nintendo Switch owner who has been on the fence about buying Super Mario 3D All-Stars, you have about a day left until Nintendo removes the game from digital stores and stops shipping physical copies to retailers.
Nintendo has positioned the retro-game collection as a “limited production” to celebrate its mascot’s 35th anniversary since the game’s launch last September. Earlier this month, the company reiterated that March 31 would be the title’s official cutoff date. The game will still be playable after that point, and those who’ve previously purchased a digital copy will still be able to re-download it from the Nintendo eShop if they’ve deleted it from their Switch. Those who’ve bought an unredeemed digital copy will still be able to download the title after March 31 as well. But officially, Nintendo says it will no longer sell the game in the eShop after that date and that any remaining physical copies will only be available until stock runs out.
As of this writing, the game is still widely available. It’s possible that third-party retailers will still have copies in stock for a few days after March 31, but if you don’t want to risk having to go through the reseller market, here’s a list of stores where the game is still up for purchase: