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US: Classic Mario, Zelda And Star Fox Games For Nintendo 3DS Now Only $19.99 Each

Starting on Feb. 4, three high-quality Nintendo 3DS games starring iconic characters – Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DSThe Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D and Star Fox 64 3D – are joining the Nintendo Selects library. Nintendo Selects is a collection of games 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. In addition to these three newly added games, other games in the Nintendo Selects library for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems include classics like Super Mario 3D LandAnimal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome amiiboKirby: Triple Deluxeand The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds. For a full listing of games in the Nintendo Selects library, visit

In the Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS game, build, play and share your own side-scrolling Super Mariolevels using a wide variety of tools. Want to make your cannons shoot coins or have Bowser fly? With the intuitive touch-screen controls of the Nintendo 3DS family of systems, creating levels is easy and fun. Plus, you can take on 100 built-in courses as you tackle the Super Mario Challenge.

The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D game brings Link’s classic adventure to Nintendo 3DS. This remastered and enhanced version features a cast of memorable characters, unforgettable gameplay and a dark and mysterious story. With control of time itself, Link must save the world of Termina from destruction by helping citizens, battling bosses and solving challenging puzzles.

Join ace pilot Fox McCloud in the Star Fox 64 3D game, an action-packed space shooter that puts you in the control of the classic Arwing ship as you blast, warp and barrel roll across space. Each mission in the game takes you through a different planet of the Lylat system as you face off against enemies, collect power-ups and fight powerful bosses on the way to the final battle against the evil Dr. Andross.

Anyone looking to play these great games on a system in the Nintendo 3DS family can pick up any one of these affordable options:

  • A black-and-turquoise or purple-and-silver New Nintendo 2DS XL system* pre-loaded** with the Mario Kart 7game at a suggested retail price of $149.99.
  • A Scarlet Red or Electric Blue Nintendo 2DS system with the New Super Mario Bros. 2 game pre-installed** at a suggested retail price of only $79.99.

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Source: PR

24 thoughts on “US: Classic Mario, Zelda And Star Fox Games For Nintendo 3DS Now Only $19.99 Each”

      1. @SuprchrissyBros, thank you for your paranoia. Not everything is bait and trolling, maybe google the meaning of these words and learn something new instead os using Slander to shut people down.

        Only bait here is you kiddo.

    1. Why? If ppl still buy them as an alternative to Switch that’s cheaper with excellent cheaper select titles than……??? Still a great handheld with an AWESOME library. I still use my 3DS just because of the various exclusive titles on it. Still can’t play Pushmo, Planet Robobot, Animal Crossing, Mario Maker and many others on Swirch YET. Till more port over I’m holding onto my 3DS XL

      1. Some people think that it dumbed too much down and some don’t like the changes the bosses received. While I personally don’t agree, I can totally understand where they’re coming from.

        If you were thinking about picking the game up, I’d recommend looking up the differences and changes from the original before you decide to get the remake or not

      2. Remember how you could beat Goht entirely by ramming into him as a Goron? Yeah, that’s not a thing in MM3D- every boss now exposes a weak point eyeball after being stunned (that’s all you can do to Goht as a Goron now in MM3D, is stun him). Worse, is Goron Link’s fists swing too high up to hit it- you have to take the mask off and hit the eye with Child Link’s sword. It entirely breaks the pace and needlessly extends the time it takes to beat him, in a game where time management is everything. This goes for every temple boss- whatever strats worked to beat them in the N64 original, don’t work on 3DS.

        But the worst offender is Twinmold. One of them can’t even be hurt until the first one is defeated, and the second beast fires projectiles in such a pattern that you’re almost guaranteed to get hit and knocked down before you can hit it, losing your window of opportunity in the process. I have never been able to beat Twinmold on 3DS in less than 12 in-game hours, and this is with time slowed down. It’s fucking horrible.

        They also changed how you get the Stone Mask. The invisible soldier who gives it to you is now located in Pirates’ Fortress, right under the ladder you need to climb to reach the upper areas of the fortress- he’s not in Ikana anymore. Coincidentally, this is the area of the game where you’ll use it most. His change of placement was ridiculous.

        And lastly, they royally fucked up Zora swimming. Remember how it worked on N64? Yeah, you can only do that while using magic in 3D, which means you won’t be doing it for long as it burns through magic very quickly.

        Stick to the N64 original- the 3DS remake took so many backwards steps in the name of “accessibility” it’s almost insulting.

    1. THe MOST dissapointed, hyperbole much ? You ever went outside your basement ?

      It’s an amazing remake. Only wanna be elite drugged up stoners wanna be special by crying how the Beatles are things and that and how Majora remake is sssoooo bad. Hipster 101

      1. Bro chill, I thought mm 3d was underwhelming compared to the other zelda remasters. it just doesn’t do it for me and i prefer the original. thats my honest opinion

  1. I’m very surprised that they’re still doing Nintendo Selects, there hasn’t been a new addition in forever. I’m also completely baffled why they finally decided to put Star Fox on. It’s been out for ages, what happened in 2019 to suddenly make it appropriate for Selects, but not before? Especially since Majora’s Mask and Mario Maker are so much more recent.

    My guess? They saw I just bought Star Fox 64 on Virtual Console and want to make me regret my decision. But I got it for only $6 thanks to my silver Nintendo Rewards points, so no regrets whatsoever!!!

    Lol. More seriously, I hope this means that we will eventually get some Selects titles on Switch as well. It would be wonderful if Mario Odyssey was given the Selects treatment before I buy a Switch. Too bad there is absolutely no way to know when and if that would ever happen!

  2. I’d NEVER buy a Nintendo Selects release. Nintendo screws up the cover art on them. I’d buy a used copy (of the original release) on ebay any day before buying a Nintendo Selects release. Funny thing is, I don’t recall anyone but myself ever complaining about this sort of thing. And that’s surprising, considering how touchy collectors usually are. I feel the same way about Gamecube Player’s Choice releases, and Playstation Greatest Hits releases. I only like original covers.

    Not that any of this was worth mentioning. It’s just annoying how, when the first-party titles finally go down in their crazy prices, they screw up the cover art. It’s a bit of a peeve of mine.

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