Nintendo eShop Offers Hit Nintendo 3DS In US

Nintendo eShop Offers Hit Nintendo 3DS In US

During Nintendo’s latest Nintendo Direct video yesterday they quickly announced an amazing limited time offer which brings together the best games the service has to offer for a fraction of the price.

We’ve listed all of the games, dates and times below but for reference titles include the fantastic Crashmo, Mutant Mudds and even Bit Trip Saga all for a reduced price.

The full list of discounted games and when they’ll be on offer (for what price) is listed below:

  • Bit Trip Saga (Starting 2/14) $14.99 > $9.99
  • Crashmo (Starting 2/21) $8.99 > $5.99
  • Fractured Soul (Starting 2/28) $11.99 > $7.99
  • Sakura Samurai: Art of the Sword (Starting 3/7) $6.99 > $4.99
  • Ketzal’s Corridors (Starting 3/14) $6.99 > $4.99
  • Mutant Mudds (Starting 3/21) $8.99 > $5.99

Will you be taking advantage of any, if not all, of these special offers?

[Source: Nintendo Everything]

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