With months left until the launch of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, you may be looking for some quality content to enjoy on your Wii in the meantime. Thanks to Nintendo’s Select line, you can do so at a budget price. Nintendo is expanding their Select line with four new titles that will carry the $19.99 price point. The new titles include a healthy helping Mario, including Super Paper Mario, Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Strikers Charged. The list also includes 2009′s Punch-Out!! These titles will be available at the reduce price starting August 28th.
Starting September 16th for Europeans, Super Mario Galaxy will also be available as a select, as well as Twilight Princess, which is already a select title in North America.
Steam, why you so generous with your sales? The time has come again to save ridiculous amounts of money on titles via Steam. Many titles, like Borderlands, Bit.Trip.Runner and Recettear sit at a whopping 75% off. Lead and Gold is even 85% off.
Of course, there are many other fantastic deals to be found, and you can find all of those over on Steam’s website. And if there’s nothing particularly interesting for you today, every day until July 10th, there will be new deals.
If you’re looking to fill out your PC collection, now’s the time.
Have $100 burning in your pocket and nothing to do with it? Nintendo might just have an a solution for you! Nintendo just announced that the Nintendo DS lite will be dropping to $99.99 – one penny short if a Benjamin. The price drop will take effect starting June 5th.
The Nintendo DS has a fantastic back catalog of software, including plenty of Mario titles. Mario Kart DS, New Super Mario Bros, Mario Party DS, Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Mini-Land Mayhem, Super Mario 64 DS, and Mario and Luigi: Bowser’s Inside Story will all be seeing reprints. This time around, they’ll feature a special red casing. Unfortunately, there was no mention in the press release of a price drop on these titles.
Of course, 3DS is already out there and 100% backwards compatible with DS software, but the DSlite also scores you access to the GBA’s massive back catalog. Not to mention that the DS games just look better on original system. And, of course, it’s only $99.99!