Player's Choice

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Player's Choice (referred to as Nintendo Classics in Europe before being changed to "Player's Choice" with the Nintendo 64) is Nintendo's previous line of games which have sold well. Games in this line are reprinted with the "Player's Choice" logo on the box and cartridge to indicate their status. Player's Choice originally began with the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and Game Boy in 1996, and continued to be used for the Nintendo 64, Nintendo GameCube, and Game Boy Advance.

In 2011, the Player's Choice line would be succeeded by Nintendo Selects for Wii, Nintendo 3DS, and Wii U titles.

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Games published by Nintendo

SNES

The first set of Player's Choice titles were printed in May of 1996. The branding was applied to games which had sold over one millions copies on the system, and included fourteen titles in the United States, and twenty in Europe.

In Japan, certain Satellaview games were voted on by fans to be rebroadcast as part of the "Player's Choice Classic Soundlink" series.

SNES

* - Exclusively in PAL territories.

Satellaview

Game Boy

The first set of Game Boy Player's Choice titles launched alongside the SNES titles in May 1996.

Nintendo 64

Game Boy Advance

Nintendo GameCube

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