Super Mario All-Stars heading to Wii?

To include Mario History book/soundtrack.

Japanese retailers have reportedly leaked news that Nintendo will launch a Wii version of the Super Nintendo's Super Mario All-Stars compilation next month.

Andriasang reports that retailers were briefed on Super Mario Collection Special Pack today and that it is a revival of All-Stars, which included Super Mario Bros. 1, 2 and 3 plus The Lost Levels on a single cartridge.

Apparently the game is due out on 21st October for 2500 yen (19 / 23) and will also come with a Super Mario History 1985-2010 booklet and a soundtrack CD covering the entire series right up to Super Mario Galaxy 2.

Nintendo hasn't confirmed those details, but has confirmed other details that reportedly came from the same briefing, including Japanese dates for Golden Sun and Kirby's Epic Yarn.

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