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Scalpers are already capitalizing on Nintendo's decision to remove the Super Mario 3D All-Stars compilation from sale by listing it on auction sites for thousands of dollars.  

The Super Mario 3D All-Stars compilation bundles Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy into one package. The twist? Nintendo has followed through on its strange promise last year and removed the Super Mario 3D All-Star compilation bundle from sale on April 1. 

Given it's now no longer available to buy physically or digitally, scalpers are already trying their luck with online auctions. While most auctioneers thus far don't seem to be taking the proverbial too much, this one, for instance, has a starting bid of £1000 – that's $1383 – and a Buy it Now sticker for an astonishing £1900 / $2627 (thanks, TheGamer). It's not even unsealed!

This one has a purchase price of £1500/$2000, and this one is squeezing would-be buyers for €500/$587.

The nerve of these people , I hate these guys even more.


Cute and honest Sega Saturn fan, also noone should buy Sega grrrr, Sega for life.