Nintendo Japan Announces Title List For Their Game Boy Advance 3DS Ambassador Program

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It’s now video game history: after the 3DS didn’t sell as well as expected, Nintendo decided to go for a sudden, massive price drop for its portable console worldwide. In Japan, for example, the price fell by 40% from 25,000 yen to 15,000 yen. Later, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata apologized to buyers and promised a bunch of free games for early adopters, no matter where the device was bought.

It took them a while, but Nintendo finally sent out an email to users in Japan that contains all ten Gameboy Advance titles that are part of the so-called “3DS Ambassador Program” (which is to make up for the price cut).

Here are the titles:

- F-Zero (“Maximum Velocity”)
Super Mario Advance 3
Zelda: The Minish Cap
Fire Emblem – Seima no Kouseki
Kirby & the Amazing Mirror
Mario Kart Advance
Mario vs Donkey Kong
Metroid Fusion
Wario Land Advance
Made in Wario

3DS users will be able to download these (pretty solid) games this Friday, free of charge. Expect Nintendo in the US and Europe to follow up soon.