Super Mario 3D All-Stars managed to move over a million physical units in the U.S. in just two weeks, so it's been quite the hit for Nintendo. Some people no doubt snatched it ASAP due to the package being a limited-time offer, disappearing from shelves in March of 2021. Is that really going to be the last chance fans have to get these three games on Switch? According to a GamesIndustry interview with NPD's Mat Piscatella, there might be another opportunity in the future.
“I don't think these games will disappear, like what would happen with the old school Disney Vault, but I think there may be additional flexibility and buying options. For example, à la carte purchasing options on eShop. The sales of Super Mario 3D All-Stars should provide additional confidence in bringing other legacy titles to the new platforms, to say the least. But again, it's Nintendo, so I expect to be surprised.”