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Super Mario All-Stars: 25th Anniversary

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As a celebratory move to honor the iconic Mario's 25th anniversary, Nintendo has decided to rerelease Super Mario All-Stars which was originally seen on the Super Nintendo back in 1993. Though the game disc itself is an exact port of the original SNES cart, the complete package includes a soundtrack CD with a few of the many themes heard throughout the series as well as a 32-page booklet... Read Review

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Nintendo Officially Confirms Mario Anniversary Collection
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Nintendo Officially Confirms Mario Anniversary Collection

Today, Nintendo's beloved portly plumber enjoys his 25th birthday (well, since he's been prefaced by the word "Super", at least) as on September 13, 1985, the original Super Mario Bros. was released on the Famicom to a Japanese public that instantly made him an international megastar. Since then, the one and only Mario has starred in countless titles and risen to become the biggest selling games franchise of all time, with games not only engrained into the minds of gamers, but into general pop culture as well. And as he continues to evolve, Nintendo has decided to take a gander back in time to Mario games past. As rumored, Nintendo is releasing a special Wii compilation of Mario goodies this October, including what is considered one of the greatest Mario games of all time. Super Mario All-Stars compiles the original classic, plus Super Mario Bros. 2 (the real one), Super Mario Bros. 2 (the fake one), and Super Mario Bros. 3, all with 16-bit graphics and sound. Also included in the package will be a special soundtrack containing tunes from many of the mustachioed one's games throughout the last 25 years, plus a booklet about the series. It will be released on October 21 at a low, low price of $30. That is, at least in Japan. Will North America be seeing it too? It should be without question, but many Nintendo decisions of the past could cast heavy doubt on an international release. Read More