Nintendo Player's Choice range grows

Nintendo announces that six GameCube games will be carrying lower price tags before the end of this month.

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Nintendo has today announced that no fewer than six of its award-winning GameCube games will be carrying new, lower price tags starting September 25. Three new games are being added to the Player's Choice $29.99 range, while three of the games that have already been available at that price for some time will have their prices reduced even further to just $19.99. The games covered by today's announcement are as follows:

$29.99 on September 25
Metroid Prime
Animal Crossing
Super Mario Sunshine

$19.99 on September 25
Star Fox Adventures
Pikmin
Luigi's Mansion

The packaging of games in the Player's Choice range is marked with a bright yellow border that makes them easy to spot in stores. Super Smash Bros. Melee has also been available as a Player's Choice game for some time and currently sells for $29.99.

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ChiefFreeman
ChiefFreeman

Nintendo needs to discount its first party games sooner. They are taking too damn long to do it on the Wii. Hopefully Wii U titles get discounted quicker.