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Aug
31
2011

Nintendo Selects series gets more games

Following the apparent success of Nintendo’s recent “Nintendo Selects” series – classic Wii games considered as shining examples of the console’s best, given a reduced price and brand new red-and-gold packaging to make them feel extra special – Nintendo has announced the addition of new games to the series.

Originally launched on May 20 in Europe, the Nintendo Selects series of four classic Wii Games – WarioWare: Smooth Moves, Mario Strikers Charged Football, Animal Crossing: Let’s Go to the City, and Wii Sports – will on September 16 have two more games added to this repertoire – Super Mario Galaxy and The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. This makes six games in Europe now given the honour of being considered Nintendo’s “Gold-Standard” Wii Games.

North American players get a slightly different and larger list of titles, with the four Nintendo Select titles of Mario Super Sluggers, Animal Crossing: City Folk, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess and Wii Sports being joined on August 28 with a further four titles: Punch-Out!!, Mario Strikers Charged, Super Mario Galaxy and Super Paper Mario.

The new entries to the regional line-ups makes WarioWare: Smooth Moves the only of the six European Nintendo Selects games to remain exclusive to Europe so far; while Americans get Mario Super Sluggers, Punch-Out!! and Super Paper Mario to themselves until at least next time around. What a gyp, huh? Still, what’s your take on the new entries to Nintendo’s “Select” list?

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