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E3 sale (3DS/Wii U eshop Discounts for Mynintendo Members) @ Nintendo

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I couldn't see this posted elsewhere, but there's some decent discounts (by Nintendo standards) on a few decent games as below: EUROPEAN DISCOUNTS – UNTIL 22ND JUNE 2017 E3 Sale (Only open to My Nin… Read More
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I couldn't see this posted elsewhere, but there's some decent discounts (by Nintendo standards) on a few decent games as below:

EUROPEAN DISCOUNTS – UNTIL 22ND JUNE 2017

E3 Sale (Only open to My Nintendo members)

Wii U

Hyrule Warriors, Nintendo – £27.99 (€34.99)
Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time (Nintendo DS), Nintendo – £4.49 (€4.99)
Metroid (NES), Nintendo – £1.74 (€2.49)
Paper Mario: Color Splash, Nintendo – £27.99 (€34.99)
Splatoon, Nintendo – £24.49 (€27.99)
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, Nintendo – £34.99 (€41.99)
Super Mario 64 (Nintendo 64), Nintendo – £4.49 (€4.99)
Super Mario Galaxy (Wii), Nintendo – £8.99 (€9.99)
Super Mario Galaxy 2 (Wii), Nintendo – £8.99 (€9.99)
Super Metroid (Super Nintendo), Nintendo – £2.74 (€3.99)
Xenoblade Chronicles (Wii), Nintendo – £8.99 (€9.99)
Xenoblade Chronicles X, Nintendo – £34.99 (€41.99)
Yoshi’s Woolly World, Nintendo – £27.99 (€34.99)

New Nintendo 3DS

Super Metroid (Super Nintendo), Nintendo – £3.59 (€3.99)
Xenoblade Chronicles 3D, Nintendo – £27.99 (€31.49)

Nintendo 3DS

Hyrule Warriors Legends, Nintendo – £24.49 (€27.99)
Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam Bros., Nintendo – £24.49 (€27.99)
Metroid (NES), Nintendo – £2.24 (€2.49)
Poochy & Yoshi’s Woolly World, Nintendo – £24.49 (€27.99)
Super Mario 3D Land, Nintendo – £24.49 (€31.49)
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo – £27.99 (€31.49)
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1 Like #1
Super Metroid on new 3ds defo worth the money!!!! Thanks!!!!
#2
I wish they would hurry up with the VC for Switch! Might get Super Metroid - it's been a long time :)
1 Like #3
I probably wouldn't buy it now if you want it on the switch, they probably will make you buy it again
1 Like #4
Not really deals i don't think but thats just my opinion and understand people prefer digital :)
1 Like #5
How do you know if you are a My Nintendo member? I have a 3DS and Wii U but is this something you need to sign up for?
#6
I hope my virtual console purchases on 3ds and wii u transfer to switch otherwise I'm never buying anything digital from them again
#7
dr_spaceman
How do you know if you are a My Nintendo member? I have a 3DS and Wii U but is this something you need to sign up for?

Is a 2DS I have. Not sure why I said 3DS :|
#8
id like Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time (Nintendo DS) but perfer physical copies & i want Poochy & Yoshi’s Woolly World, but £24.49 is not a bargain as its only £28 for a physical copy so would expect that lower
1 Like #9
You can sign up and link your eshop accounts here . I don't know if you had to do it beforehand or not.
#10
Does Super Metroid only work on the new 3ds?

Anything special about it?

Is it in 3d?
#11
Demtendo64
I hope my virtual console purchases on 3ds and wii u transfer to switch otherwise I'm never buying anything digital from them again

Most companies expect you to re-buy your digital purchases for other platforms. I highly doubt that Nintendo are going to unlock the games for free on the switch if you own them on a 3ds or wiiu.
2 Likes #12
Zellith
Most companies expect you to re-buy your digital purchases for other platforms. I highly doubt that Nintendo are going to unlock the games for free on the switch if you own them on a 3ds or wiiu.


Sony didn't with a majority of their games being cross buy, neither does xbox with their backwards compatibility system and it doesn't matter what other companies do it's still scummy practice that treats consumers with no respect.
#13
I've just registered for My Nintendo, but it's still not showing the discounted prices on the shop. No idea what I'm doing wrong or how to link my 3ds to it! Any advice please?
1 Like #14
Heat added for the Xenoblade Chronicles discount.
#15
is this it? not more games?
1 Like #16
Typical Nintendo sale really ;)
#17
Nintendo's "sales" are a joke.
#18
Demtendo64
I hope my virtual console purchases on 3ds and wii u transfer to switch otherwise I'm never buying anything digital from them again

Haha nintendo would never do that, youll have to buy the titles again
1 Like #19
apparently the switch wont have a virtual console. but their subscription service allows you access to their library. something like £20 a year for access to the catalogue they plan to release
1 Like #20
Hektor
apparently the switch wont have a virtual console. but their subscription service allows you access to their library. something like £20 a year for access to the catalogue they plan to release
That's not correct. Yes, Nintendo's online service will include access to a catalogue of NES games, but this isn't a replacement for the Virtual Console. Nothing has yet been announced as to what form the Virtual Console will take, as and when it eventually appears.

Reggie Fils-Aime: "What we’ve said is that as we communicate the specifics of the Nintendo Switch online service then at that point we’ll communicate what it is we’re doing with our legacy content."
#21
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#22
SUPERCOOLWILLOW
id like Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time (Nintendo DS) but perfer physical copies & i want Poochy & Yoshi’s Woolly World, but £24.49 is not a bargain as its only £28 for a physical copy so would expect that lower

It is when you consider Nintendo are guilty of higher prices for digital downloads compared to physical for a lot of their games. This price is a £10 saving on the physical release from the Nintendo UK store
1 Like #23
Great find!
#24
BerlinBear
SUPERCOOLWILLOW
id like Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time (Nintendo DS) but perfer physical copies & i want Poochy & Yoshi’s Woolly World, but £24.49 is not a bargain as its only £28 for a physical copy so would expect that lower
It is when you consider Nintendo are guilty of higher prices for digital downloads compared to physical for a lot of their games. This price is a £10 saving on the physical release from the Nintendo UK store

ive never bought from them direct as its always cheaper elsewhere so in my eyes the basic price is £28 for a phsyical copy which is not a big difference but to some it does matter so there is stuff here at some good prices but some are a bit meh but would love the other one in physical
#25
bass2655
Does Super Metroid only work on the new 3ds?
Anything special about it?
Is it in 3d?
No, it's not in 3D, but you do need the NEW 3DS to play it, since Nintendo decided to not let you play SNES games on the standard 2/3DS models. Because it's Nintendo.
#26
Who the hell is giving this "deal" heat? These aren't bargains. Nintendo don't know how to do a sale properly. A lot of these games even with the discounts can still be bought physically in the shops. And owning games physically is better than digitally.

We still have no idea if our purchases on WiiU/3DS can be transferred to the Switch. Hell, we don't even know when Virtual Console is launching there. It's pretty pathetic that after over 3 months after Switch's launch there's still no sign of it coming. Wii had VC at launch. 3DS had it. Wii U had it. It's ******* pathetic.

And don't get me started on their convoluted voice chat app that still won't be properly ready until next year. WTF?
#27
link2metroid
Who the hell is giving this "deal" heat? These aren't bargains. Nintendo don't know how to do a sale properly. A lot of these games even with the discounts can still be bought physically in the shops. And owning games physically is better than digitally.
I don't think anyone is saying that every offer is an amazing deal, but Xenoblade Chronicles is £8.99 while a pre-owned copy at Cex is £25 and Super Mario 64 was great value at full price and is a bargain at £4.49.

As for the Switch comments... this isn't a deal for the Switch games, it's a deal for Wii U and 3DS games.
#28
darthmarsden
bass2655
Does Super Metroid only work on the new 3ds?
Anything special about it?
Is it in 3d?
No, it's not in 3D, but you do need the NEW 3DS to play it, since Nintendo decided to not let you play SNES games on the standard 2/3DS models. Because it's Nintendo.


That's just pure dumb
#29
bass2655
darthmarsden
bass2655
Does Super Metroid only work on the new 3ds?
Anything special about it?
Is it in 3d?
No, it's not in 3D, but you do need the NEW 3DS to play it, since Nintendo decided to not let you play SNES games on the standard 2/3DS models. Because it's Nintendo.
That's just pure dumb
Emulation is quite a processor-intensive task - it needs the extra power that the New 3DS provides for SNES emulation.
#30
Illusionary
Emulation is quite a processor-intensive task - it needs the extra power that the New 3DS provides for SNES emulation.


Okay, point taken but I woulda thought the 3ds coulda handled snes.

Edited By: bass2655 on Jun 17, 2017 23:14:
#31
Sorry auto correct fail

3ds not ends
#32
Nintendo never do good deals or low prices. Even old games cost a fortune compared to PS4 and Xbox titles.

It's the main reason my WiiU gathers dust next to my PS4. I refuse to pay top prices for old titles.
#33
bass2655
Illusionary
Emulation is quite a processor-intensive task - it needs the extra power that the New 3DS provides for SNES emulation.
Okay, point taken but I woulda thought the 3ds coulda handled snes.

It can but Nintendo need to find a reason for people to buy NEW 3DS's and so this is the only way they'll let you play these SNES games.
#34
Illusionary
Emulation is quite a processor-intensive task - it needs the extra power that the New 3DS provides for SNES emulation.


I reckon that's horse sh*t, I used an R4 card in my original DS, and it coped with all SNES games I threw at it. I love Nintendo to bits, heck I have a Famicom Disk System, but their lack of crossplay type stuff is really burning for me. I get some people are ok with it, but ironically for me if it was one price, and I could play on my New 3DS, Wii U, or future Switch, I'd be way more inclined to purchase stuff, especially when I see it on sale

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