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Player's Choice was a marketing label on select Nintendo games that had sold a certain number of units, originally one million copies before being reduced to 250,000 copies for the Nintendo GameCube. The label was introduced on May 20, 1996. Player's Choice games were also sold at a lower price point, typically $19.99, lower than the default $49.99. A lot of the more popular Super Mario games have earned the Player's Choice title. The Nintendo Selects label is the successor to Player's Choice, likely discontinuing Player's Choice on May 15, 2011.
List of Player's Choice Super Mario titles by system
Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Game Boy Color
Mario Kart: Double Dash!! (PAL Australia and New Zealand exclusive)
Mario Party 4 (European exclusive)
Mario Party 5 (European exclusive)
Game Boy Advance
- In Nintendo Monopoly, there is a Coin Block/Brick Block card that rewards the player with either $45 or $50 (dependent on whether it is the 2006 or 2010 version) for the Player's Choice Award.
- ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20070219174653/http://games.ign.com/articles/453/453311p1.html
- ^ May 16, 1996. Nintendo Introduces Players Choice Games. Nintendo. Retrieved March 17, 2021.
- ^ Reilly, Jim (May 4, 2011). Nintendo Confirms Wii Price Cut. IGN. Retrieved May 4, 2023. Archived from the original.