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Nintendo Select pricing now available via eShop

Want to grab some of the new Nintendo Select titles, but you don't want to leave the comfort of your home and you want to play instantly?! Good news for you, my friends! Nintendo has changed the eShop pricing on Nintendo Select titles to match their retail counterparts. If it's a Nintendo Select title with the cheaper price in store, now you can get that same price digitally!

Categories: Consoles, Portables
Tags: 3ds, eshop, wii-u

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lewdparty
Fri Mar 11 16 04:13pm
(Updated 1 time)

Neat! Also I had to see if it was here too and lo and behold it's on their web site too. So for those like me that want to gift it to someone via a download code. Example: http://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/super-mario-3d-world-wii-u

Ha just noticed the thumbnail for the trailer on that page. Very good choice in recommendation.

i wish theyd put mario all stars wii on the VC!!!! next steps?

There's any difference between Mario All-Star on the Wii and the SNES version? I would prefer the SNES version, it would be cheaper...

i just figured they would never release the SNES version at a reasonable price considering theyre still selling us those games via VC at full price. Im unsure if there are Wii differences from the SNES title. anyone? i would prefer the SNES vs as well, but it doesnt seem reasonable considering Nintendo. but all stars on my 3DS would be EPIC!

It's a promotion or a permanent drop on the price?

You probably found your answer by now but just in case you didn't these are permanent!

GET. TROPICAL. FREEZE. NOW!

Now if only they'd put all the games that have had the Selects status on there... (I'm looking at you, New Play Control Pikmin 2!)

It's really annoying that we in Europe have to wait another month before the new prices kick in. There's no reason why they can't reduce the eShop prices immediately. Other than them trying to milk the last cent from the higher prices.

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