With its Nintendo Selects series of games, Nintendo reprinted and dropped the price of some of its biggest Wii U and 3DS hits. The selection has already grown since the label was introduced, but now it’s going in a decidedly more indie direction in Europe. Nintendo has announced physical releases for Fast Racing Neo and SteamWorld Collection for Wii U.
Fast Racing NEO is a high-speed, futuristic racer developed by Shin’en Multimedia that grabbed a lot of attention for being the closest thing gamers have seen to a new F-Zero for years. Picking up the physical copy will also get you the upcoming NEO Future Pack DLC, which includes eight additional tracks for the game. SteamWorld Collection will include both of Image & Form’s entries in the franchise, SteamWorld Dig and SteamWorld Heist, along with the latter’s The Outsider DLC.
Both of these packages will be released on September 30 and will be branded as Nintendo eShop Selects, which seems to suggest that more downloadable gems could find their way onto store shelves. Tragically, nothing has been said regarding price or the possibility of these games getting physical releases in other markets.
Source: Nintendo Everything