when Super Mario 3D All-Star Announced last week, Nintendo made it clear that it will beLimited Edition“.
Now, it appears that online retailer Base.com (located in the UK) has been forced to “cancel all orders” because Nintendo and its distributors within this region are unable to make any guarantees that more stock will be available after release.
ResetEra user “Geobros” shared the message they recently received from Base, while also noting that they were “one of the first buyers out there” and ordered the game on September 4 (the day after the game was announced).
“We have just been notified of our assignment to Super Mario 3D All-stars (Nintendo Switch) and it is unfortunately short. This is very frustrating, and it is very unfortunate to inform you that we will not be able to meet your needs on release day. Moreover, given that Nintendo and its distributors In the UK we are unable to give us any assurances that more stock will be available after release, so we have made the unfortunate decision to cancel all orders. ”
It is worth mentioning Physical pre-orders are still available elsewhere in the UK. There’s also the digital version, too.
This comes after the end of last week when it was discovered The exploiters were already trying to resell their own copies From the game on eBay, along with the news, the 3-in-1 group became the one The second best-selling game of the year on Amazon.
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