Nintendo is taking the wraps off a new 3DS handheld and announcing price drops for five 3DS titles and three Wii U games.

To start things off, the company unleashed a Super Mario 3D Land 3DS bundle, which includes a preinstalled copy of the game and comes with two cover plates — one sports an 8-bit smorgasbord of iconic characters such as Donkey Kong, Link, Mario, Samus and many others, while the other one features Mario.

It will hold interested customers back by $149.99, and hit shelves on Aug. 26.

Now, there are a total of eight games that are getting their prices permanently dropped to $19.99, joining the discounted lineup called Nintendo Selects.

Here's a list of the games that will be up for grabs at the reduced price:

Nintendo 3DS

Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon

Animal Crossing: New Leaf

Nintendogs + Cats: Golden Retriever & New Friends

LEGO City Undercover: The Chase Begins

Tomodachi Life

Wii U

LEGO City Undercover

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD

Nintendo Land

These titles are expected to get the price cuts on Aug. 26, the same day the new 3DS will roll out.

The fun doesn't end there either, as a handful of Wii U plus amiibo bundles are also set to become available soon.

Here's a list of what's in store:

 Yoshi's Woolly World with Blue Yarn Yoshi amiibo

 Yoshi's Woolly World with Pink Yarn Yoshi amiibo

 Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker with Toad amiibo

 Mario Party 10 with Bowser Super Mario amiibo

 Mario Party 10 with Peach Super Mario amiibo

Each one will cost $39.99, and they are going to be released on Sept. 9.

In other Nintendo-related news, the first 13 years of Nintendo Power are also up for free online via Archive.org. That means avid fans will be able to take a great, big trip down memory lane thanks to the uploaded catalog, which features games such as Super Mario 2, Metroid, Castlevania and a lot more others.

Don't forget to drop by our comments section below and let us know what you think of the new Super Mario 3D Land 3DS bundle, the additions to Nintendo Selects and the Wii U amiibo bundles.

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