Three Classic Nintendo 3DS Games are Now Only $19.99
Super Mario 3D Land, The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds and Ultimate NES Remix Join the Nintendo Selects Library REDMOND, Wash., Jan. 16, 2018 – Starting on Feb. 3, and , two of the most acclaimed Nintendo 3DS games of all time, and , a wildly fun mashup of classic NES games starring classic Nintendo characters, are joining the Nintendo Selects library and will be available at a suggested retail price of only $19.99 each.
The Nintendo Selects library features a wide variety of games for various Nintendo systems, which can each be purchased for the suggested retail price of only $19.99. In addition to the newly added , and games, other games in the library include classics like Animal Crossing: New Leaf - Welcome amiibo, Kirby Triple Deluxe, Mario & Luigi: Dream Team and Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon.https://www.nintendo.com/nintendo-selects
If you're looking to grab a preorder when they go live in Europe, you'll be able to do so through this link. Thanks to NintenDaan for the heads up!
- available for Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon
- available from now until March 5, 2018
- those who purchase Pokemon Ultra Sun will receive a code to redeem Shiny Kyogre
- those who purchase Pokemon Ultra Moon will get a code for Shiny Groudon
- codes will be delivered via an Amazon email after the game is shipped
- codes can only be redeemed on a Japanese region copy of Pokemon Ultra Sun or Ultra Moon
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Up to this point, Pokemon Co. had created a small army of inflatable Pikachu mascot costumes for employees to wear at special events. Now they've added Eevee to the lineup, and they're showing the costume off in the tweets above. Can't wait for the first footage of one of these costumes accidentally deflating!
We hinted at this happening a week back, and now we have the official data. The Switch version of FIFA 18 has manged to outsell the PS4 version. As of right Jan. 7th, the Switch version has moved 89,329 copies, while the PS4 version has sold 77,892 copies. If EA was looking for proof that Switch owners are going to buy their sports offerings, there's your proof right there.
It seems like Nintendo built the Switch to set records, and that has happened once again. We now have details on how the Switch sold in its first 3 days of launch. In those 3 days, the platform sold 55k units. If you're thinking that's a small total, here's some food for thought. That 3-day total has managed to best the first month sales for any Nintendo platform launched in the region.