Ben Lamoreux

Nintendo’s end-of-year investor report is in, detailing hardware and software sales from April 1, 2020, to March 31, 2021. This investor briefing gave us an update on Super Mario 3D All-Stars sales, which are unsurprisingly quite impressive. The bundle launched on September 18, and Nintendo made sure to let fans know it was a limited-time-only offering that would disappear the following March. That pressure had the desired effect, as players downloaded All-Stars over 9 million times in six months. Super Mario 3D All-Stars sales hit 9 million Selling 9 million copies is an impressive feat for any game, but doing […]

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