Three great games, with great prices
Buying copies of all your favourite first-party Nintendo games can start to get expensive; usually the company's top titles remain at full price across all stores, holding on to their value for all eternity. It is no surprise then that when games are added to the Nintendo Selects Range, offering the full game for...
After some speculation a few weeks ago, it has now been confirmed that Nintendo Of America will be bringing three stone cold 3D classics to the budget Nintendo Selects range. These games are none other than Super Mario 3D Land, The Legend Of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds and Ultimate NES Remix. They
Luigi! Kirby! Mario!
Buying copies of all your favourite first-party Nintendo games can start to get expensive; usually the company's top titles remain at full price across all stores, holding on to their value for all eternity. It is no surprise then that when games are added to the Nintendo Selects Range, offering the full game for a fraction of...
New line launches 11th May
If you're from the land down under and like saving pennies, then you'll be pleased to learn that four new Nintendo Selects titles will be added to the Nintendo 3DS lineup in Australia, with each game being available to purchase for AU $29.95. Below you can find each game as well as a brief description provided by...
Mario & Luigi! Kirby!
The Nintendo Selects range is, unsurprisingly, a regular highlight for those that follow the company and enjoys its games. First-party titles often hold their value, so when they get official discounts through the Selects promotions it can be a chance to catch up on some quality titles. Nintendo of America has confirmed two...
Hard to resist
My Nintendo hasn't exactly blown the doors off since its launch earlier in the year, but the loyalty / rewards programme does occasionally have some positive offerings. In Europe that now includes discounts on the latest Nintendo Selects games, which hit stores and the eShop on 30th September. Until 16th October all four of this...
Including SteamWorld Collection and FAST Racing NEO
The Nintendo Selects range remains one of the best ways to try out top-notch games at a great price (£19.99 in the UK), and Nintendo's issued a reminder of the goodies on the way to Europe on 30th September. New additions coming to the region's range are as follows, in case you need the reminder:...
A small white New 3DS bundle, too
Earlier this month Nintendo of America announced eight more games for the Nintendo Selects range, and they arrive in stores today (26th August). There are some gems in the updated collection, which are undoubtedly worth a look for $19.99. The new additions and a trailer are below: Animal Crossing: New Leaf
Back in late July it was confirmed that Nintendo of Europe would be releasing both FAST Racing NEO and the SteamWorld Collection as Wii U disc games under the 'Nintendo eShop Selects' banner, both due on 30th September. It's certainly an exciting development for Shin'en Multimedia and Image & Form, seeing their eShop games...
Along with Pikmin 3 and Mario Party 10
Not to be outdone by Nintendo of America's recent additions to the Nintendo Selects range, Nintendo of Europe has today revealed that Europe will be getting bargain priced Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker, Pikmin 3, Super Mario 3D World, and
Wii U game + amiibo bundles are coming, too
Nintendo of America is jumping into the 'back to school' craze, but its latest announcements are good news for fans of all ages in North America. It's expanding the Nintendo Selects range, releasing a rather nice small New Nintendo 3DS bundle, and also planning some Wii U game + amiibo bundles. First of...
Yours for €19.99 / £15.99
The Nintendo Selects range has proven to be a popular series of releases for the big N, in recent times being attributed to notable boosts in sales for evergreen titles. For 3DS gamers in Europe there are now five more to choose from, available for €19.99 / £15.99. The following releases at those new prices are all...
Oh, look at that
The Nintendo Selects range is a nice thing indeed, offering various tasty Nintendo-exclusive games at a discount price. It's normally reserved for games developed and/or published by the big N, until now. It seems like Disney Frozen: Olaf's Quest is joining the North American line-up of 3DS games in the discount range. In fact,...
Ocarina of Time 3D! Mario & Luigi! LEGO City! More!
Whatever region you're in Nintendo has been gradually increasing the 'Nintendo Selects' range of budget retail titles. Another batch of five 3DS games has now been confirmed for Europe, due to arrive on 25th June with a price tag of €19,99 / £15.99. The new additions do a mix of catching up...
A fine selection indeed
Last week Nintendo of Europe released six more Wii U titles as part of the Nintendo Selects range, dropping their price to €24.99/ £19.99 in stores and on the eShop. It seems the new price ranges have worked nicely in stores, with three of the titles making their way into the UK all-format top 40. New Super Mario Bros. U
DK Tropical Freeze! Wind Waker HD! LEGO City! More!
It was mentioned in the European Nintendo Download Update at the start of the week, but five days is a long time in the modern world. Nintendo of Europe has released six 'Selects' budget titles for Wii U in stores, but pleasingly the discounts are also available on the eShop; there's even an extra...
Will be joined by an equivalent eShop price cut
Update: A kind European tipster (PtM) has pointed out that Nintendo Land is also going to be part of this range in mainland Europe, though evidently not in the UK. Original Article: In recent times Nintendo of America has confirmed a handsome expansion to its Nintendo Selects range (due to launch on...
Just $19.99 each
In mid-February a retailer listing from Canadian store VGP Video Games Plus pointed to a new batch of Nintendo Selects titles being on the way to North America. The good news is that the listing was accurate, with Nintendo of America confirming that the range of Wii U, 3DS and Wii games will be available for $19.99 - that's the US...
Includes Wii U, 3DS and even Wii titles
The European range of Nintendo Selects titles - which is available at handsome price points - has continued to grow, leaving some in North America frustrated at the lack of progress in their region. Thankfully that seems to be heading for an improvement, with Canadian retailer VGP Video Games Plus apparently...
Link Between Worlds for £16
Unlike Nintendo of America, the European subsidiary of the company - for various legal and retail reasons we won't get into here - doesn't announce firm prices for products. When NoA says a game will be out for $60, those of us in Europe have the alternative of shopping around for the best deals. So, when major 3DS...
Legend of Zelda! Star Fox! Mario Tennis! More!
The Nintendo Selects series became a key part of the Wii catalogue, as high quality games became available at discount prices to tempt late adopters to give them a try. We're finally going to see the same initiative on 3DS, with Nintendo of Europe confirming six games that'll join the range for the...
More classics at a budget price
It's common, especially for hugely popular Wii and DS first-party games, for prices to fail to drop even as the years pass by. The enduring popularity of Nintendo's last-gen systems sees to that, but Nintendo of Europe has now confirmed four Wii titles that will join the 'Nintendo Selects' range, with retailers to set...
Karting chaos, brawling and monkeying around included
Late last week Nintendo of America revealed three Wii classics getting a price reduction in the region ahead of the Holiday season. Nintendo of Europe is now making the same move, in its case adding four new titles to the Nintendo Selects range. Although recommended prices aren't provided in...
Among other price drops
The long-awaited Pikmin 2 on Wii reaches North America on 10th June for $19.99. Dropping the New Play Control! monicker, the enhanced romp launches as part of the Nintendo Selects range. It'll be joined by another Wii-enhanced remake, Mario Power Tennis, coming to Nintendo Selects for the first time. There are other price...
Available right now
Missed out on Super Mario Galaxy and Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess in their original versions? Frustrated at the relative lack of reprints and subsequently inflated price? Like the colour red? If you can answer yes to all these questions, you'll be pleased to know that Nintendo just rereleased the two games in Europe as part...
Two new titles next month
Earlier we reported on North America's next Nintendo Selects games, and now we know that two titles will join the range in Europe too. Super Mario Galaxy and Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess will both drop to a budget price from 16th September. Will you be picking either of these games up when they go cheaply?
More red boxes on 28th August
That recent rumour about new Nintendo Selects games turned out to be true: four new games will slot into North America's budget range on 28th August. Topping the bill is legendary platformer Super Mario Galaxy, alongside papery adventure Super Paper Mario, Mario Strikers Charged Football and the non-Mario game
According to Kotaku's retail sources, the Wii's budget Nintendo Selects range will get boosted with four new titles in the coming weeks. Super Paper Mario, Super Mario Galaxy, Mario Strikers Charged and Punch-Out!! will join the line-up of $19.99 games later this month. We'll have more as we get it.
Console price drop incoming
The Wii is dropping to $149.99 in North America soon, but Europe's not being left out of the fun, as Nintendo of Europe has announced its own line-up of cheap Wii treats. From 20th May, the Wii will drop to £129.99 / €144.99 (approximately) with the launch of a new bundle that removes Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort...
It's all coming true
After some heavy speculation, Nintendo has officially announced Wii is dropping to $149.99 starting on 15th May. The pack-in title will change from Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort to Mario Kart Wii with a Wii Wheel, though the bundle still includes a Wii Remote Plus. Not only that, the Wii Select budget range we revealed...
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