Nintendo’s director of the eShop operations, David Wharton, recently revealed that the lowest priced software available for 3DS systems via the eShop will be priced at a very reasonable $1.99 USD. The games available via eShop will range in price; at this point, all we know is that Super Mario Land will be priced at $3.99, with Alleyway and Radar Mission available for a slightly cheaper $2.99.
Wharton also let us know that 3DS owners will be able to add credit to the eShop in increments of $5, $10 and $20. Users who choose to pay with a credit card will be asked for their credit card details every time they add credit, which seems like a standard security measure.
This eShop news just gets me wondering when we’ll be seeing classic Zelda titles, like Link’s Awakening, available for purchase. How much do you think classic Zelda games will be priced at? As always, let us know in the comments.