SUPER MARIO ALLSTARS MAY BE GETTING A 3RD LIFE According to a report on Wired.com--sources at Nintendo say that the company may be considering re-printing MORE copies of the Quickly-Sold-Out Wii version of "Super Mario Allstars", the SNES Classic compilation of the Original NES "Super Mario Bros" games. Nintendo Public Relations director, Marc Franklin, was quoted via an email to Wired.com as saying: To those NOT following the Video Game Industry the past few months--"Super Mario Allstars" for Wii not only included a re-port of the SNES Classic game of the same name, but a "History of Mario" Booklet, and a Mario Soundtrack CD, featuring the theme music from the Mario series all the way from "Super Mario Bros" to "Super Mario Galaxy 2"--and retailed for $29.99. Since its more-than-likely COMPLETELY sold-out it stores, over a month since it's release, it's likely to be only found on Ebay, or another online retailer for 2-3 times its original price. If Nintendo DOES decide to re-release "SMASWii" then I'm sure it'd be open with welcome arms by the majority of Wii owners. --FyreeTSG Source: Wired.com --Personally, as one who still owns his SNES, and the original "Allstars" Cart--I'm fine w/ out the Wii version...but I do want the CD Soundtrack.