Random: Nintendo Shows Switch Owners How to Delete Games Using Super Mario Bros. 35 as an example

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As you may remember, Nintendo released a “limited time” Battle Royale title called Super Mario Bros. 35 on Switch eShop in 2020. Although the game could still be active, the company decided to take it offline when Mario’s anniversary celebration ended.

If that wasn’t already hard enough for fans of this short-lived release, Nintendo has now used the same title in a Japanese customer support tweet on how to delete games you no longer play (or in this case no longer have access to) on the contact. Here is the tweet, as highlighted by Twitter user Kyle McLain:

As useless as this Mario icon may be today, many users do not seem to be able to force themselves to delete the game from their Switch home menu. And although it makes sense for Nintendo to use Super Mario Bros. 35 as an example, many fans noticed that it rubbed salt in the wound – further indicating how they “would never forget”.

Have you deleted Super Mario Bros. 35 from your own Switch start menu yet? Tell us below.


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