Update: today, Nintendo uploaded a trailer for the Nintendo Selects titles released last week in Europe. You will find it below!
Edit: it looks like Nintendo Land is actually the 6th Nintendo Selects title. However, it seems it will not be avaialble in all countries, as it was not mentioned in the PR from Nintendo UK.
Tomorrow, the latest wave of Nintendo Selects will hit North America, with several Wii U, Nintendo 3DS, and Wii added. In Japan, Nintendo will launch the Happy Price Selection range next week, with 12 Nintendo 3DS games available at a reduced price. And next month, Europe will get another wave of Nintendo Selects titles, with the first Wii U games.
On April 15th, the following Wii U games will be added to the Nintendo Selects range in Europe:
- New Super Mario Bros. U + New Super Luigi U (Nintendo counts them as two separate games, which is why the PR mentions 6 titles)
- Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze
- Wii Party U
- The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD
- LEGO City Undercover
- Nintendo Land
They will cost 24,99€ / £19.99 each, and just like with the Nintendo 3DS titles added to the Nintendo Selects range last year, the price drop will also apply to the Nintendo eShop. In other words, it doesn’t matter if you only buy physical games, or prefer to get everything off the Nintendo eShop: on April 15th, you will be able to some great Wii U games for much cheaper than before.
Here’s the boxarts for those titles:
The PR does mention some important details: according to Nintendo, the 6 games listed above have sold a combined total of 4 millions units in Europe.
New Super Mario Bros. U + New Super Luigi U will be available for the first time as stand-alone title, except in Germany where it’s already available. Also, New Super Bros. U will be delisted from the Nintendo eShop, to be replaced by New Super Mario Bros. U + New Super Luigi U. Finally, the GamePad stand that came with Wii Party U will not be included in the Nintendo Selects edition.
Finally, here’s a trailer showcasing all those games:
Source: Nintendo PR