Nintendo Launches Budget Wii Label In Japan

Wii games, cheaper! Nintendo is introducing the "Minna no Osusume Collection" (literally, The Everyone's Recommendation Collection), a line of cheaper Wii titles. But does low price mean low quality?

Nintendo is including titles with his user scores from the Wii's Minna no Nintendo Channel for the relatively low price of ¥2,800 (US$31). Each title then is given a rating that corresponds to the user rating. Seven "Minna no Osusume Collection" games will launch February 25 in Japan — as noted below with their respective rating:

428 ~Fuusa Sareta Shibuya de~* (Platinum)

Muramasa: The Demon Blade (Gold)


Family Ski: World Ski & Snowboard (Silver)

ONE PIECE Unlimited Cruise Episode One Nami ni Yureru Hihou (Silver)

Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World (Bronze)

Dragonball Z Sparking! METEOR (Bronze)

The box art for this budget line looks reminiscent of 1970s-style cigarette boxes. Smoke if you got them!

*If the Platinum rating does not convince you about 24-style visual novel 428, then perhaps the game's perfect Famitsu score will?


    huh i dont get it? so what kind of games are these? are they like flash games?

      like ps2 platinum games.

      Good games at lower prices.

        Except this time the cover is alot more presentable, and may even look more expensive.

    Terrible box art aside, there are some very good games there.

    I dont mind the box art :P

    I have muramasa, it's good fun. Wouldn't mind trying tails, but my wii-tv is tiny, need a bigger tv before i could "rpg" on it all day long.

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