In this week’s episode of The Score we year your thoughts on how much you would be willing to pay for Captain Toad Treasure Tracker. Additionally, we ask for your favorite thing about the Gameboy, since the handheld recently turned 25!

The Score: Episode 57

The Score: What Would You Pay for Captain Toad Treasure Tracker?

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Last week, we asked you…

The Score: What would you pay for Captain Toad Treasure Tracker.

Head below and find out what you had to say.

Our Favorite Responses

I would buy captian toad for $40, but that is the max I would be willing to pay for it. It would be nice if they dropped the price down to $30 or $20 but reasonable I figured they would price the game at $40.

-ChrisF86

No more than $40 for me. And don’t even get me started on Mario vs. DK…

-Paleselan

$40 is cool with me.

-SirNintendo

no more than what’s equivalent to $30 usd in my currency..

-gmbalhajri

$40 seems like an ideal price to me, I guess it depends on the game’s length more than anything. Still, I’d like to see some more budget-priced Nintendo games in general, especially since older games rarely, if ever, go down in value.

On a side note, I really wish Nintendo would bring back “Player’s Choice”-style discounted re-releases. I mean, Nintendo Selects was a good start, but the selection was small and I feel like it started way too late into the Wii’s life cycle.

ProfessorIcepick

$30 for instabuy, $40 for “well, I’m really not playing a lot of games right now, it’s not ‘full price’ so… what the hell, I’ll give it a try!”.

-Jose Santos

It really depends on how lenghty the game is going to be. Those levels are kind of quick to finish, so, I think that if the game has enough content (100+ Levels perhaps?) I would pay 40$ or even more for it.

-Galespark

$30 brand new. I would gladly want a A Nintendo select price though.

-Gamer

I was on the fence about “Treasure Tracker” until the $40 price point was announced – now I’m definitely in! Sometimes (many times) $20 can make all the difference.

-STUOHQ

Certainly not full retail price. I’ve been thinking all along that it might be an e-Shop game for $20 and that’s what I’d really like to see. I’d be willing to probably pay up to around $30 for it.

-Deraj626

$20. I think the only way I’d buy this one is a used copy.

-Anonymous

Preordered mine for $30 at Kmart.

-Jung

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Written by Elia Pales

Elia Pales owns pretty much every single product Nintendo puts out, and due to his impulsive tendencies, he also tends to purchase every gaming product put out in general. When not gaming, he’s probably running cross country or writing. He makes sure to take regular gaming breaks, though.

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