Is March 31 the Day Mario Dies? – IGN Now

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The Internet has dubbed March 31 as the day Mario dies. It’s a little over a week until Nintendo – for reasons it has still not satisfactorily explained – removes Super Mario 3D All-Stars, Super Mario Bros. 35, Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros., and the Super Mario Bros. 35th Anniversary merch collection from sale on the Nintendo Switch Store.

It’s a situation so bizarre that the internet has attempted to rationalise it by deciding that March 31 is, in fact, the day Mario will die.

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