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Player's a label placed on Nintendo console video games that have apparently sold well, and thus intend to attract more customers. The yellow label is placed above or beside the traditional console/handheld logo, and the side of the box's console logo is also turned yellow. It was initiated in 1996 for select SNES video games, and has been placed on games released for the Nintendo 64, Game Boy, GameCube, and Game Boy Advance. Additionally, they were sold at a much lower price.

Source: https://nintendo.fandom.com/wiki/Player's_Choice

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Nintendo Selects (formerly Player's Choice) is a marketing label used by Nintendo to promote video games on current Nintendo game consoles that have sold well. Nintendo Selects titles are sold at a lower price point than other games.

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The games later entered Nintendo's Player's Choice line in North America and were re-marketed with a significantly lower retail price. However, unlike the original release, the Player's Choice edition games did not include a bundled Wireless Adapter.

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