Nintendo Selects

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Nintendo Selects logo used for all home console releases in Europe and Australia and early home console releases in North America

Nintendo Selects is a budget label line of best-selling games re-printed and sold at a lower price, introduced in May 15, 2011.[1] For example, in the United States when a Nintendo game is launched on the Wii console, its MSRP is typically $49.99 (£39.99 in the UK), and if the game is successful, selling over a million copies, later down the line Nintendo may decide to issue a re-print of the same game under the Nintendo Selects label, and lower its MSRP to $19.99 (£14.99 in the UK) as a promotional service for its consumers. Nintendo Selects is also a rebranding of the Player's Choice series. The Wii is the first console to have its titles under the Nintendo Selects label. The Nintendo 3DS and Wii U are the first consoles to have titles under the Nintendo Selects label both physically and digitally.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ハッピープライスセレクション
Happī Puraisu Serekushon
Happy Price Selection

External links[edit]


  1. ^ Reilly, Jim (2011-05-04). "Nintendo Confirms Wii Price Cut". IGN. Retrieved March 30, 2017.