It's been 25 years since Mario first hit the scene and creator Nintendo is poised to celebrate the iconic plumber's anniversary by selling us a game it has already released in Japan. Yes, as expected, Super Mario All-Stars Limited Edition is coming to the US. And it's hitting December 12 for the Wii, according to a recent Nintendo press release.
All-Stars Limited Edition ships with a soundtrack CD that has both old and new music from several of the releases in the series. It also comes with a 32-page booklet that contains interviews and art, and of course, a game disc that contains the following four classic Mario games: Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 2, Super Mario Bros. 3, and Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels.
What's the price, you ask? Hey, thanks, I'm glad you did. All-Stars Limited Edition will cost 30 bones, and will apparently be restricted to a limited release. Nintendo has cautioned that the game will only be on shelves "while supplies last," so get on the ball already.