Nintendo established the 3DS Ambassador Program as an apology to all of those early adopters that picked up the newly released handheld for its original price of $250. Nintendo slashed that number to $170 earlier this month, and so it's offering 3DS early adopters -- or "Ambassadors" -- 20 free downloadable games.
The first of those games arrive on September 1, a list of 10 classic NES titles that Nintendo has now identified in full. This list is specific to Japan for now, though the few previously announced titles have been identical across multiple regions.
Your 10 free NES games are: Super Mario Bros., Donkey Kong Jr., Balloon Fight, Ice Climber, The Legend of Zelda, Wrecking Crew, NES Open Tournament Golf, Yoshi, Metroid and Zelda II: The Adventure of Link. The initial releases will be just the games and nothing more, though Nintendo intends to add features like save states and digital instruction manuals (for free) further down the road.