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Video: Super Mario Maker For 3DS, Majora’s Mask 3D And Star Fox 64 3D Now Available As Nintendo Selects

Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS, The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D and Star Fox 64 3D have officially joined the Nintendo Selects lineup. This means that each of these games can now be purchased for $19.99. The 3DS lineup of Nintendo Selects also includes Super Mario 3D Land, The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D and many more titles. To view the entire lineup, click here.

10 thoughts on “Video: Super Mario Maker For 3DS, Majora’s Mask 3D And Star Fox 64 3D Now Available As Nintendo Selects”

  1. Great job Nintendo! I’m impressed that 3DS is still around. It’s nice to hear Nintendo Selects include Star Fox 64 3D and Majora’s Mask 3D. How about also arming the Swith with a Mario Maker, eh?

    1. If you buy digitally it doesn’t matter. If you aren’t a collector, the design doesn’t matter either. The price is significantly cheaper, not slightly. Overall, titles getting added to Nintendo Selects is a good thing for everybody.

      As for 3DS, it’s clearly on its way out, but there are some gamers who like to get in on consoles/handhelds toward the end of their lifespans in order to take advantage of all the price drops. They also get to buy to best models for their play style with full hindsight. So this news is significant to some people, just not you.

      Granted, it’s not exactly news, we’ve known about this for a while, they’ve just started advertising it again….

  2. I personally prefer Majora’s Mask to Ocarina of Time because of how experimental it is and how everything feels fresh and renovated. Plus for 3DS, the controls are better and easier because of the C-Stick.

  3. When they saw how well it sold for Wii U, why didnt they think of a sequel for the Switch knowing that back then the Switch was in R&D. Another PS5 killer that could had kept momentum of Switch sells if it had been worked on immediately. Switch ‘s weak power wouldn’t have to worry about PS5 if Nintendo worked on AAA immediately. All Nintendo does is praise their AAA games from months or years ago when they need to think about what to do next. Now look Nintendo has to start Metroid Prime 4 from scratch because they didnt work on it immediately.

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