Complete List Of Titles For 3DS Ambassador Program (So Far…)

by Matt Helgeson on Aug 10, 2011 at 11:41 AM

Were you one of the early adopters that bought the Nintendo 3DS for $249.99? Following the upcoming price drop of the system to $169.99, Nintendo is hoping to make it up to you by offering 20 classic NES and GBA downloadable titles for free. Click this story to see what you can expect to get for free starting September 1.

Two groups of titles will be made available to 3DS Ambassadors for no cost. One is a collection of 10 NES games that will eventually be made available to all 3DS customers for purchase. The second group is made of some classic Game Boy Advance titles, which are not planned to be made available to the general public and will remain exclusive to 3DS early adopters.

To make sure you are eligible for the 3DS Ambassador program, you must connect to a broadband Internet connection and either perform a 3DS system update or connect to the Nintendo eShop by 11:59pm tomorrow, August 11.

Read on for the full list of confirmed (and a couple of rumored) games in the program.

NES Virtual Console Classics

So far, Nintendo has confirmed five of the ten NES titles that will be given away for free. Here’s a list:

Super Mario Bros.

Donkey Kong Jr.

Balloon Fight

Ice Climber

The Legend of Zelda

Next Page: GBA Classics For Ambassador Progam

Game Boy Advance Virtual Console Classics

Yoshi’s Island: Super Mario Advance 3

Mario Kart: Super Circuit

Metroid Fusion

WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$

Mario vs. Donkey Kong

Unconfirmed GBA Virtual Console Games

Note: Reports stemming from a Nintendo email that named two more GBA classic for the program surfaced recently. It’s worth noting that Nintendo released another statement stating that the previous email may have contained information that was inaccurate. We don’t know if these two titles will ultimately be a part of the program, but it's a strong possibility.

Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3

Kirby & the Amazing Mirror

Release Dates:

NES Virtual Console Classics – September 1

GBA Virtual Console Classics – No specific date, but before the end of 2011