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Box Art Revealed For New Nintendo Select Titles

As rumored, Nintendo has updated their Nintendo Select lineup and adds 4 new titles to its budget friendly list. The new Nintendo Select titles are as follows: Super Mario Galaxy, Super Mario Strikers, Punch Out and Super Paper Mario.

Check out the official box arts for the newly announced titles. (Mario Strikers Charged, Punch Out!! Wii, Super Mario Galaxy, Super Paper Mario, Wii)

jacksonmichael  +   1380d ago
I wish these were reversible like the New Play Control covers.
pcz  +   1379d ago
whats on the reverse side?
jacksonmichael  +   1379d ago
Just a better looking cover, basically.


pcz  +   1379d ago
lol you're right, it does look a lot better
colonel179  +   1380d ago
I think the box art for Nintendo's select look better and more elegant than PS3's greatest hits. I cringe when I see the Greatest Hits.
RustedMan  +   1380d ago
buy them before they go back into the Nintendo Vault!

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