So for some bizarre reason Nintendo intends to stop selling Super Mario 3D All Stars after March, both physically and digitally. The game of course has been a major seller since its release. There are probably millions of physical copies in circulation. Last I checked the game could be found for less than $60 on Amazon which surprised me.
How will that change once sales stop? I bought a physical copy of the game at launch but I haven't played it yet and it is still sealed in its packaging. I do want to play it though, especially Sunshine which I have never played before. Part of me is wondering whether I should buy a digital copy to play on my Switch and keep my physical copy unopened and see how the value changes over the next decade or so.
What do you think?
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