Mario is turning 25, and Nintendo means to celebrate. They’ve begun by opening a website for the upcoming Super Mario Collection in Japan.
The game is a disc-based version of Super Mario All Stars, which first appeared on the Super Nintendo. The original cart included Super Mario Bros, its actual japanese sequel, the american Super Mario Bros. 2 and Super Mario Bros. 3 when it released in 1993. This game appears to contain the same group of games based on what the website shows.
It also includes a commemorative book and a soundtrack CD that spans the series’ history. The entire package costs 2,500 yen, which equates to roughly $30.
The official 25th anniversary website can be found here. Plans for a US release are currently unknown.