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Nintendo’s retro handheld throwbacks get the first big discount.

Games & Watches: Super Mario Bros., where Nintendo has returned to its first handheld game console, has been cut by £ 10 at many retailers.

Launched in November for £ 49.99 as part of Super Mario Bros. 35th Anniversary, this special edition of Game & Watch includes a playable version of the Super Mario Bros. and Lost Level sequel. It also features a Mario version of the gameball and a digital clock with various small secrets that can be triggered and Easter eggs.

This is a neat little kit and a cool collector’s item for Mario fans. Especially if you want to wear socks at this time of year.

But Mario’s 35th birthday celebration wasn’t limited to a retro console renewal. There was a kind of, but not really battle royale, Mario 35, Augmented Reality Experiment Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit, a bunch of Mario 35’s exclusive products, and even Mario Jenga.

Perhaps the most important event was the release of Super Mario 3D All-Star. It’s a compilation of the classic Mario adventures for Nintendo Switch: Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy. According to Martin in a review, it’s definitely a great selection of games, but there were many requests for the actual packaging.

If you’re looking for one of the most important Nintendo consoles for Christmas, you’ll find Nintendo Switch Animal Crossing Limited Editions back in stock at various stores. Animal Crossing: There is also a new pair of Nintendo Switch Lite bundles featuring New Horizons and a 3-month Switch Online membership. Or visit our dedicated page for all Nintendo Switch deals.


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