With Nintendo removing Super Mario 3D All-Stars, Super Mario Bros. 35, and Game And Watch: Super Mario Bros. from sale at the end of the month, people are now saying that March 31st is when Mario will die.
In this week’s episode of The Nerd Stash Show, we talk about Mario’s looming death, more (Super) Nintendo Switch rumors, Sony reportedly shutting down PS3 and Vita stores, Back 4 Blood’s latest delay, and more!
Sadly, we don’t have timestamps this week. However, since I hold up the first 15 or so minutes talking about Final Destination, Adam Sandler movies, and other random stuff, we do have one timestamp for those who don’t want to hear this gripping content.
To jump right into all of our main topics this week, you can skip to about 28 minutes in. This will bypass our intro and our usual “What Are We Playing Segment.”
A description and the episode itself can be found below.
The Nerd Stash Show #58 Episode Description
“Hello, and welcome back to another new episode of The Nerd Stash Show!
You might have heard, but Mario is dying on March 31, 2021. Nintendo will no longer be selling Super Mario 3D All-Stars, Super Mario Bros. 35, and more. Why? Who knows, but we think it’s something we should talk about.
Elsewhere in the episode, more news about the rumored Super Switch (or Switch Pro) has sprung up. Is this Nintendo’s chance at catching up to the power of the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X? Plus, Microsoft is reportedly attempting to buy Discord for $10 billion because money means nothing to them. The internet isn’t too happy about it.
The worst news of all? Sony might be shutting down the PSP. PS3, and Vita store sooner than you might expect. How bad of a move is this? Let’s talk about all of this in this week’s episode.
Timestamps have taken the time off this week. Something about needing a vacation or whatever, but they’ll be back next week.”
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