If retailer pricing so far proves to be accurate, 3DS games will set US gamers back between $40 and $50.
US retailer GameStop has been issuing a list of software with prices to gamers who've jumped in early with pre-orders, setting most games at $39.99.
Only two games on the list - Dead or Alive Dimensions, Samurai Warriors Chronicles - are set at a pricier $49.99.
It also dates titles more specifically than Nintendo's announced 'launch window' stipulated during its 3DS event last week, setting key first party titles such as Mario Kart 3DS, Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Kid Icarus: Uprising and others for June 2.
It would be odd that all those huge games would be out on the same day, but if true June 2 will be this year's Christmas Day.
Here's the full list:
Dead or Alive Dimensions $49.99
Samurai Warriors Chronicles $49.99
Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars $39.99
Madden NFL Football $39.99
Sims 3 $39.99
Nintendogs & Cats $39.99
Steel Diver $39.99
Pilotwings Resort $39.99
Super Street Fighter IV $39.99
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Shadow $39.99
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell $39.99
Combat of Giants: Dinosaurs $39.99
Rabbids Travel in Time $39.99
Cartoon Network SuperToon Rumble $39.99
Animal Crossing 3D $39.99
Mario Kart 3D $39.99
Paper Mario 3D $39.99
Dream Trigger $39.99
Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D $39.99
Kid Icarus: Uprising $39.99
Star Fox 64 3D $39.99
Super Monkey Ball $39.99
Resident Evil: Mercenaries $39.99
Face Kart: Photo Finish $39.99
Pet Zombies in 3D $39.99