Seven games, including Muramasa: The Demon Blade and Arc Rise Fantasia, will kick it off in late February.
Starting late next month, Nintendo will kick off their new budget line of Wii titles in Japan. Called the Minna no Osusume Selection, which roughly translates to "Everyone's Recommendation Selection," the line will focus on rereleasing quality third-party software at budget prices.
In order to qualify for this branding, a game must have reached either bronze, silver, gold, or platinum status on the Nintendo Channel. In other words, gamers get to decide which games can qualify for this line. According to Nintendo, there are already 75 games that qualify for this line, but they have decided to kick it off with the following titles:
- 428 (Sega, Platinum)
- Muramasa: The Demon Blade (Marvelous, Gold)
- Arc Rise Fantasia (Marvelous, Silver)
- We Ski & Snowboard (Namco Bandai, Silver)
- One Piece Unlimited Cruise Episode 1 (Namco Bandai, Silver)
- Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World (Namco Bandai, Bronze)
- Dragon Ball Z Sparking! Meteor (Namco Bandai, Bronze)
Each of these games will cost ¥2,800 ($31) and will be available on February 25. There has been no word on whether or not the brand will introduce any more titles, or if Nintendo of America will start a similar line.
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