That's thanks to the enthusiastic reception of the game and the excellent sales of pre-orders, which went live after the title was announced on September 3.
The early sales are a outcome partly to the company's peculiar decision to make the game a time-limited title, available for sale only until the end of March 2021, so you might want not to miss buying a copy.
Tremendous Mario 3D All-Stars was introduced throughout a particular Nintendo Direct centered round Mario's 35th anniversary and is a bundle of Tremendous Mario 64, Tremendous Mario Sunshine, and Tremendous Mario Galaxy.
A few months ago Nintendo finally added the long-requested Landcape Mode to Mario Kart Tour, which finally allowed players the chance to play the game holding their mobile device horizontally; a feature that many players agree should've been available since launch.
The game's physical version ranked fourth in the best-selling games item category!
Other new releases include Super Mario Bros.
Super Mario 3D All-Stars polishes these older titles with upscaled resolutions and improved graphics. 35, a 35-player online battle in the world of the original Super Mario Bros. game.
Nintendo has also released a digital timeline of Super Mario Bros. game releases for Mario fans to fondly reminisce, onto which they can insert their own birth date. The game is an amalgamation of three of the franchise's previously released games namely, Super Mario 64 (1996), Super Mario Sunshine (2002), and Super Mario Galaxy (2007).
An official trailer for the game was released on 4th September 2020.
The smart new handheld also features an update of the much-adored game Ball, where Mario juggles several balls at once, and a digital clock.
Nintendo will be hoping to replicate the success of the original Game & Watch series, which sold more than 43 million units worldwide.