Amazon's Gold Box is full of DS treasures [update 5]

Hey, guess what? You can buy Super Smash Bros. Brawl on Amazon today (and today only) for $25.99!

What a minute -- why are we posting about a Brawl deal on DS Fanboy, of all places? Because, friends, that's just the tip of the iceberg. Amazon is offering up nine Nintendo deals today, which (if our guesses are correct) includes five DS games.

Since all of the said games are published by Nintendo you might own most of them already, but if not, they're games that are definitely worth getting for cheap. So, all you stingy folks that are able to order from Amazon.com should check past the break to see what Gold Box sales are in store for you today.

Note: These deals are listed in Pacific Time.
  • 6am-8am: "Set out on a wild and colorful quest to rescue kids investigate [sic] an ominous island." -- (Confirmed: Yoshi's Island for $19.99)
  • 8am-10am: "Set sail for waters unknown." -- (Confirmed: The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass for $22.99)
  • 10am-12pm: "Defy gravity across wild alien terrain." -- (Confirmed: Super Mario Galaxy for $34.99)
  • 12pm-2pm: "Run, jump, and stomp your way through unimaginable challenges." -- (Confirmed: New Super Mario Bros. for $22.99)
  • 2pm-4pm: "Race and battle your friends all over the world" -- (Confirmed: Mario Kart DS for $22.99)
  • 4pm-6pm: "Awaken your hero and animal within." -- (Confirmed: The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess for $34.99)
  • 6pm-8pm: "Beat Bowser in the race to the crystals." -- (Confirmed: Mario Party DS for $19.99)
  • "Travel to Sinnoh, complete your Pokédex, and become Champion." -- (Confirmed: Pokémon Diamond/Pearl for $22.99)
[Thanks to everyone who sent this in!]

[Update 1: Phantom Hourglass deal confirmed.]
[Update 2: Super Mario Galaxy deal confirmed.]
[Update 3: New Super Mario Bros. deal confirmed -- only 20 minutes in and 36% of discounts are claimed, yikes! This one won't last two hours, so we recommend moving fast.]
[Update 4: Mario Kart DS deal confirmed. Since the previous deal didn't end up selling out, we won't make a fool of ourselves and guess the same about Mario Kart.]
[Update 5: Caught 'em all!]

This article was originally published on Joystiq.