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Amazon: New Nintendo Selects Available For Pre-Order

Last week, we reported that a handful of games were being added to the Nintendo Selects line, which sees well-liked titles at a reduced price. Amazon currently has all of these games available for pre-order at their new $19.99 price. You Amazon Prime members know what that means–20% off! You can check below for a list of these new Nintendo Selects, and order them here.

Wii U

Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze
NES Remix Pack
Pikmin 3
Super Mario 3D World


Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D
Mario Party: Island Tour
Yoshi’s New Island


Super Mario Galaxy 2
Animal Crossing: City Folk
Donkey Kong Country Returns
Super Mario All-Stars

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15 thoughts on “Amazon: New Nintendo Selects Available For Pre-Order”

      1. |||Nintendo Dark Commander Quadraxis-NX Prime|||

        -||Once this comes to my territory I’ll pick it up myself too||-

          1. |||Nintendo Dark Commander Quadraxis-NX Prime|||

            -||Of course not that cheap but cheaper than it is now, some online stores sell the first Selects||-

  1. I’d argue it’s a shitty selection, but I actually don’t own DKC:TF or Pikmin 3. In fact, I’d say they’re two of the few major Nintendo releases I don’t have.

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  3. I’m actually considering buying physical copies of ones I ‘own’ digitally. DKCTF I have to see how far along I am in it to consider buying, and I think I have Galaxy 2 but I haven’t even started it up.

    I should have just skipped the digital deals since I always prefer physical.

    1. This is exactly why I’m picking these up. I own maybe half of these but they’re digital. :l damn those deals that really weren’t deals but they were advertised as deals and I bought them for only $10 off.

  4. I could’ve sworn Super Mario All-Stars was supposed to be a Collector’s item or something like that… Oh wellz.

    1. I’m wondering that myself. Since we can now get our games on Nintendo console either digitally or physically, will Nintendo Select games get a price cut on the eShop as well? If not, that’s some bullshit. lol

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