Well, most of them will — and that includes Nintendo’s first-party titles.
According to a report at Vooks, most Wii U launch titles will be priced at $79.95 RRP, far lower than previous estimates.
This includes games like New Super Mario Bros. Wii, which is said to be retailing at the $79.95 price point, as is Batman Arkham City: Armoured Edition, Scribblenauts Unlimited and Tekken Tag Tournament 2.
There is mounting evidence to support that these price points are correct. Just a few weeks ago, EB had been taking pre-orders on Wii games at over $100, but now those prices have changed to reflect the lower RRPs. New Super Mario Bros., for example, is currently priced at $78.
There are exceptions: Call of Duty: Black Ops II, for example, seems to be priced at $109.95. But, for the most part, it seems as though we’ll be paying a little bit less than expected for most Wii U games.