Let’s-a-go grab yourself the newest model of Nintendo’s wildly successful Switch system. Super Mario Bros. gameplay preview video hours after being revealed. Wow, you can now preorder the new Mario Red Edition Nintendo Switch OLED.
Those with fond memories of one of 2023’s top box office performers will like the decorations covering this variation of the famous $350 dockable console. This model, whose release date is Oct. 6, deviates from the previous Mario-themed Switch by adopting a red-and-black aesthetic (instead of red controllers with a blue Joy-Con grip).
The rear panel of the dock features a silhouette of Mario, and when you open the door, you can see him rushing for a grid of gold coins. By this time, the chimes of earning said cash ought to be ringing in your ears.
Only the aforementioned big-box stores are now taking preorders for the Mario Red Switch OLED. As you can anticipate, we don’t think the first stock will last very long. Past successes include the Nintendo Switch OLED version of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, which is still on sale since Nintendo likes to match supply and demand (when feasible).
Just know that the $60 Super Mario Bros. Switch won’t come with a copy of the game to which it is connected. Not included is Wonder, which will be released just two weeks from now on October 20. Players are immersed in a side-scrolling journey in the Flower Kingdom in this most recent Mario adventure. By meddling with the Wonder Flower, Bowser is naturally producing havoc and upending everything you could anticipate from a 2D Mario game. You’ll be able to take on the roles of Luigi, Yoshi, Nabbit, Peach, Daisy, two Toads, Toadette, and Mario. Despite the fact that Mario and the rest of the crew can change into enormous elephant versions of themselves, Yoshi and Nabbit don’t get to do so.