Steel Diver : Sub wars reduced on Nintendo 3DS eshop £6.29 - HotUKDeals
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Steel Diver :Sub Wars has been reduced on the eshop from £8.99 to £6.29.

Decent little game. Might use my free premium fivers for this. Loads of extra levels and stuff unlocked on top of the demo.
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#1
Is this temporary, or permanent?
#2
Temporary until 27 july. Trying to edit but phone beung a ball bag!!
#3
Then I'm gonna have to do it. Thanks for the heads up!
#4
Only £4.99 for a physical copy in Argos at the moment. And only £5.66 at Amazon so not sure how much of a deal this actually is.
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jaypr
Only £4.99 for a physical copy in Argos at the moment. And only £5.66 at Amazon so not sure how much of a deal this actually is.


I am pretty sure that this is a different game.
1 Like #6
I'm sure this was a free game at one point :s I definitely have it on my 3DS and I've never paid for anything on eshop before...
#7
CalumW96
I'm sure this was a free game at one point :s I definitely have it on my 3DS and I've never paid for anything on eshop before...

Yes it was free , but I think you only had access to two submarines, if you wanted access to all eighteen you had to pay.
#8
This is a little misleading, the deal is 30% off upgrade to premium. The game is free to play multiplayer and includes 2 single player levels.

You download the game which is free to play, then purchase premium upgrade in its store shop to access the extra 3 levels and a full fleet of 18 vessels.



Edited By: hotmep on Jul 19, 2014 13:09
#9
jaypr
CalumW96
I'm sure this was a free game at one point :s I definitely have it on my 3DS and I've never paid for anything on eshop before...

Yes it was free , but I think you only had access to two submarines, if you wanted access to all eighteen you had to pay.


Got it, thanks :)
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jaypr
Only £4.99 for a physical copy in Argos at the moment. And only £5.66 at Amazon so not sure how much of a deal this actually is.

Its not a deal. its another attempt at trying to get bad pricing by Nintendo hot.

COLD!!!!

Edited By: oUkTuRkEyIII on Jul 19, 2014 13:57: ....
#11
oUkTuRkEyIII
jaypr
Only £4.99 for a physical copy in Argos at the moment. And only £5.66 at Amazon so not sure how much of a deal this actually is.

Its not a deal. its another attempt at trying to get bad pricing by Nintendo hot.

COLD!!!!
thats not the same game luv.
#12
oUkTuRkEyIII
jaypr
Only £4.99 for a physical copy in Argos at the moment. And only £5.66 at Amazon so not sure how much of a deal this actually is.

Its not a deal. its another attempt at trying to get bad pricing by Nintendo hot.

COLD!!!!

Thats not the same game mate. The free to play game / demo is a good but you cant battle the best with the upgrade. The online multiplayer is great fun!

Edited By: allgonewrong on Jul 19, 2014 16:04: Typo
#13
What could Nintendo have done to make it clear the free-to-play eShop only download online multiplayer first person shooter Steel Diver: Sub Wars is a different game to the side scroller Steel Diver?

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