Remember when the US got the Nintendo Switch Mario Day bundle? A Nintendo Switch console and three Mario games to choose from? I remember like it was just last week. Anyway, here we come, it’s not exactly the same.
That’s right, it looks like EB Games will run a limited Mario Day Nintendo Switch bundle. That means 21 days later he can definitely celebrate Mario Day, which hits stores on March 31st. As mentioned in the original US announcement post, their bundle includes a Nintendo Switch with two red Joy-Cons (just like Mario has two red arms), Super Mario Odyssey, and Mario Kart 8. Consists of a choice of deluxe, or new super free copy. Mario Bros. U Deluxe. With this bundle, you have no choice. You should get Super Mario Odyssey. Other than that, it’s not the worst choice in the world. The game rocks. You can also get these Super Mario Bros. Movie stickers.
In the usual EB Games fashion, the Super Mario Odyssey Nintendo Switch bundle has a full suggested retail price of $469 for the Nintendo Switch console. As for the deal, you have the option to either trade in an old Nintendo Switch and two Switch games (probably from the list of eligible Switch games) and get the console for $199, or play an old Switch Lite and two Switches and get it. I have. for $249. JB Hi-Fi also has a listing for a Super Mario Odyssey Nintendo Switch bundle, so it looks like his EB Games isn’t the only Australian retailer where you can get this bundle.
Interestingly, it was previously assumed that this bundle would not be available in Australia.In the end, when the initial announcement was made, we were told that wouldn’t happen. Perhaps it’s because Australia doesn’t have that exact package The OG bundle comes with 3 different Mario game options, but this bundle is just Super Mario Odyssey. It’s the classic “Well, technicall”. Other than that, it’s still a pretty good bundle. First-party Nintendo games rarely come out, so even years after their release, you’re still getting one of the console’s best titles for virtually free. It’s been a while, but it could definitely go bad.