Nintendo's first-party exclusives don't often drop in price. It's not uncommon to see Nintendo's big sellers keep their launch day price tag throughout an entire console generation and even beyond, but every now and then they buck that trend by adding a game to their "Nintendo Selects" program. Today is one of those times.
As Nintendo Selects, these games are dropped from the standard $60 (home console) or $40 (handheld only) price tags to just $20, and the discounted lineup just got a little better with the addition of three new games, all on Nintendo 3DS. The newcomers are Super Mario Maker, Majora's Mask 3D, and Star Fox 64 3D, all of which are either enhanced ports or remakes of past releases. Will you be taking advantage of these new price points?