Super Mario 3D All-Stars (known as Super Mario 3D Collection in Japan and Asia) is a compilation of 3D games for the 35th anniversary of the Super Mario franchise: Super Mario 64, Sunshine and Galaxy, all with a few modern updates. It got named after its 2D counterpart for the SNES system. While it was available to buy until March 31st 2021, being a limited release, it will remain available to play for all users who bought the game, and obtain it afterwards, even after it got officially discontinued. As of January 2022, the game still has new stock at a limited amount of store locations. Super Mario 3D All-Stars received positive reception, although criticizing the game's limited release, lack of content, and a few of its emulation.