This Super Mario 3D All-Star Collectibles are no longer on sale, and it is certain that the price of physical copies has started to soar online.
Now, some scalpers are asking for hundreds or even thousands of dollars to buy limited-release personal copies of Nintendo on websites such as eBay. A Nintendo Switch subscriber, TommyFrickster789, explained that the price of a new but basically second-hand copy is out of fashion.
“I saw someone selling it for $10,000, another person selling it for $1,000, and another person selling it for $130.”
We took a look for ourselves, and sadly, this is all true. Some eBay sellers who have collected multiple copies require prices of more than $100 per copy, while others require absolutely crazy funds to invest thousands of people.
Fortunately, there don’t seem to be any high-priced bids, and there are some more reasonable lists that are closer to the recommended RRP-however, when the stock starts to rise, the game’s prospects are not optimistic and dry up.
Although digital copying is usually the choice in this case, unfortunately, Nintendo apparently also decided to cancel this version of the “Super Mario 3D All-Star Game.” Therefore, if you have not yet obtained a copy of a copy of this three-in-one Mario game series, we recommend that you take action and take all measures (not destroying funds).
It’s worth noting that we saw identical The limited release of Sanrio amiibo cards last week. Are you surprised to see the price increase of Mario’s physical collection? Did you get a copy yourself? Tell us below.